Synth Jam With Custom Samples On The Sequential Prophet X

Sunday Synth Jam: Synthesist Gil Assayas shared this video song style synth jam, exploring the upcoming sample import feature of the Sequential Prophet X.

Here’s what he has to say about it:

“I’ve been beta-testing the upcoming sample import feature on the Sequential Prophet X, and I decided to have some fun with it. I sampled my own voice and then made an entire song and arrangement using nothing but that sample for everything!”

13 thoughts on “Synth Jam With Custom Samples On The Sequential Prophet X

  1. I think some are missing the point. Yes, the example isn’t great, but as an owner of the PX, I can wait to run my own samples through that filter.

  2. For anyone wanting sampling on a full keyboard like this (as i didn’t really see any use of the synthesis), check out the Roland w30. You can do all this on it from a very cheap unit on the used market.

  3. I was doing this 30 years ago in my Casio SK1. Love this machine though, sounds much better than what I expected. Shame you cannot filter the samples and the “analog” oscillators differently.

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