DSI Sequential Prophet X


#1

What’s this???

I suppose this will be dropping at Superbooth


Superbooth 18
Superbooth 18
#2

Sounds good !
Like someone said on reddit.com/r/synthesizers : Capture


#3

It looks like 4 osc with 2 DCOs, 2 Sample Oscillators(Instrument 1 and instrument 2), effects section, analog filter(would love if the OB6 filter was in there), 16 voices. And loads of modulation options hopefully. Good stuff.


#4

The moment you announce you are ITB and this thread starts…:joy:


#6

I like the way DSI did the teaser video. If you were like me you started to watch and thought – piano sample synth … from DSI? … kinda boring … wait wait what’s going on? … whoa!


#7

Nice, another overpriced digital synth with loads of bugs which will never be fixed because they are busy developing the next synth.


#9

…as opposed to the cheap digital synths with zero bugs that satisfy 95% of users.


#11

Low-res photo taken from GS. If this isn’t supposed to be up, please, mods, let me know and I’d be happy to pull it. Pretty snazzy looking synth though :heart_eyes:


#12

Bet this comes in around $2500-$2900 and it’s going to steal a lot of would be Quantum buyers…


#13

Three small OLED? screens. Interesting approach rather than one larger screen; spread the display data out to the relevent parts of the synth.


#14

Whoa! I was just expecting another, slightly different sounding synthesizer- but that teaser actually really intrigued me!

Keeping an eye out for that one!


#15

Yep- this was my reaction entirely


#16

It’s also a sampler!


#17

No the article is just guessing it could be a sampler ::slight_smile:


#18

My guess is a rompler + curtis filters.
Im curious.


#19

Looks amazing
DSI is killing it
Hopefully desktop also


#20

This comment is likely to garner some backlash from those with short memories, but DSI has more than earned this contempt, so ya… Hear! Hear!

Cheers!


#21

The Pro 2, and Prophet 12 are both real slick. I’ve been fiending for the P12 for months now. I guess people are still sore about the Tempest?


#22

Well, the Tempest was certainly the tell-all example of how DSI handles product development and public relations; but in truth, all of their boxes have longstanding bugs, and if history is any guide, many of those bugs will persist until the product is discontinued.

I suppose it depends on how close you look and whether or not said bugs impede your workflow, but it’s worth the warning.

Cheers!


#23

Hoping this thing is like a turbo charged P12