MATRIXSYNTH: SEQUENTIAL PROPHET X | Sounds, Presets & Ambient Soundscapes【SYNTH DEMO】

Sunday, February 17, 2019

SEQUENTIAL PROPHET X | Sounds, Presets & Ambient Soundscapes【SYNTH DEMO】

Published on Feb 17, 2019 synth4ever

"Sequential Prophet X 61-key synthesizer demo, featuring Prophet X sounds, presets and ambient soundscapes. The Sequential Prophet X is a futuristic hybrid digital/analog synth that blends traditional synthesis with high quality samples from 8Dio.

The Prophet X is a bi-timbral, 8-voice-stereo, 16-voice mono/stereo, 32-voice paraphonic synthesizer. It has 2 sample-based oscillators + 2 digital oscillators, with 150 GB of internal samples from 8Dio and 50GB of additional storage for user-imported samples.

The Prophet X features an analog 4-pole resonant low-pass filter, digital high pass filter, 4 loopable five stage envelopes, 4 LFOs (triangle, saw, reverse saw, square, random), 64-step polyphonic step sequencer, arpeggiator, digital effects, a 16-slot modulation matrix with 28 sources and 92 destinations, 64 alternative tunings, semi-weighted keys with aftertouch, 512 factory & 512 user programs.

The 2 multi-sampled stereo instruments per voice feature editable sample start, sample end, loop size, and loop center, loop on/off, sample reverse, sample stretch, bit-rate reduction, and sample rate reduction which enables incredible sample control and movement.

The Sequential Prophet X allows for creative sound design and sonic exploration, putting cinematic performances at your fingertips. In this Prophet X demo I cover various sounds and presets as well as some ambient soundscapes to showcase some of the features of the Prophet X. This demo features pads, percussion, arpeggiators, cinematic strings, textures and piano improvisation.

The Sequential Prophet XL is the larger version with full-sized, semi-weighted, 76-key, Fatar TP/8 keyboard with velocity and channel (mono) aftertouch.

Both the Prophet X and Prophet XL are fantastic sounding hybrid digital/analog synths, and give you the power to create and compose music using both samples and synthesis in exciting new ways within a single instrument. "

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