The Prophet Rev2 is Dave Smith’s reimagining of his Prophet ’08 poly synth — a modern classic that has appeared on countless recordings and stages since its debut in 2007. As Dave puts it, “The Prophet Rev2 is the realization of our effort to enhance and improve everything we could about the original design — all at a more accessible price.”

The Prophet Rev2 retains all of the key features of the Prophet ’08 and expands on them. It has twice the polyphony, twice the mod matrix, waveshape modulation on all waveforms, digital effects per layer in stacked or split voice mode, a polyphonic step sequencer per layer, and more. The result is a true analog powerhouse.

Best of all, you can download any of the many existing libraries of Prophet ’08 sounds and they will not only sound identical, but can be enhanced with the new features.

For those looking to save a little space within the studio, Dave Smith has produced the Prophet Rev2 Desktop module, in both the 8 and 16 voice versions. It retains all the features of the keyboard version minus the actual keyboard. 

Features

  • Desktop Module Version
  • 2 DCOs per voice
  • Analog VCAs
  • Multi-slope VCF
  • 3 envelope generators
  • 4 LFOs
  • 16-Voice Polyphony
  • Waveshape Modulation
  • Poly Step Sequencing
  • Programmable arpeggiator
  • 5-octave keyboard with semi-weighted action, velocity, and aftertouch
  • 512 Factory Programs (4 banks of 128) and 512 fully editable User Programs with 2 layers (2 separate sounds) in each Program

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