Monday, May 16, 2011
DSI Tetra Sequence Demo by The Synth Symp
Here's a little demo using my Tetra I got for Christmas. The Tetra is a great little piece of synth with an unfortunate interface and app holding it back. It's basically a 4-voice Prophet, but with even more features like sub-oscillators. The app that Soundtower makes (I won't even link it, it's that bad) doesn't play nice with DAWs, however, so any programming you'd like to do while recording this synth requires you to use the onboard controls, which is a fair amount of menu-diving, unfortunately. The app on its own works brilliantly for me but I've heard a ton of complaints from others, however, which is why I've joined the CTRLR crew (I've made a post about it earlier. MIDI controllers for every synth!). Let's hope Dave Smith and his crew cook up a Tetra keyboard sometime soon, otherwise I'll end up buying a Mopho keyboard to help this thing out (the Mopho keyboard's knobs map directly to the Tetra and they can be polychained). Enjoy! I think this turned out way better than I expected it would. The Tetra packs some great sounds.
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