Dave Smith Instruments Tetra Synthesizer Review

Here’s a video review of Dave Smith Instruments Tetra synthesizer, via djthomaswhite:

Here is my two part review of the new Tetra Synthesizer by Dave Smith Instruments.

This is intended as an overview of the sounds and features of the synthesizer, with a small narrative about the over complex expectations of today’s synthesizer enthusiasts that sometimes push the fringe of synthesizer elitists. Treat it like an editorial, take it or leave it.

I love this powerful little synthesizer and have had more time to play with it since making this video footage last week. I hope you enjoy the sounds, and at $800 for a 4 voice true analog synth, you can’t go wrong.

Want more knobs? Use the editor and one of your multiple MIDI controllers.

Part 2 of the Dave Smith Instruments Tetra synthesizer review below.

2 thoughts on “Dave Smith Instruments Tetra Synthesizer Review

  1. Very good review… one thing tho.. the USB midi on the Tetra is NOTHING like the Virus… the USB on the Virus also transmits all the AUDIO… The USB on the Virus essentially acts as a full studio interface. Also, the level of integration with a DAW on the Virus is mind numbing. I guess you get what you pay for, right? Not hating on the Tetra at all… It is an amazing instrument. As a proud Evolver, Mopho, and Tetra owner, (and an Virus TI61) I can personally say I love Dave Smith Instruments.

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