Dave Smith Intros The DSI Tetra


Dave Smith put together this nice intro to the new Dave Smith Instruments Tetra synthesizer:

Tetra takes the award-winning sound and features of Mopho, multiplies them by four, and packs them in a box less than half an inch larger.

Tetra has multiple personalities. It is a four-voice, analog poly synth, a sort of mini Prophet. It’s a four-part, multitimbral synth with separate outputs, essentially four Mophos in one very compact box. And its a voice expander for other Tetras or the Prophet 08.

The DSI Tetra retails for $799. See our DSI Tetra synth coverage for details.

8 thoughts on “Dave Smith Intros The DSI Tetra

  1. This is a great synthesizer at a logical price, but, without a proper vst editor all these routings and features are wasted inside its cycling and boring parameter menu…the interface is nice but not as quick and flexible as a matrix interface (like Blofeld's). Many people have send emails to Soundtower and DSI, asking some info on the progress of the vst editor, but the companies found right to not respond to anyone…this is a shame for these products.

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