Dave Smith Instruments "TETRA" Synthesizer Review Pt. 2





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Thanks to the "Too Much Time On Your Hands" crew for correcting this (repeatedly). You are right... I am wrong. So what? HA HA. Funny... I guess you neg-posters must use your blinker every time you make a lane change, never interrupt someone when speaking, and have never sent an email with ALL CAPS that wasn't meant to be yelling your point. Clearly no commenter here talks on their mobile phone in restaurants, eats with their mouth open, chews gum on the phone, or puts elbows on the table at dinner. Crossing the street without a crosswalk, using bathroom without washing hands, or dropping trash on the ground also never happens with this fine group of analytical gurus. C'mon gang. After all, it is "Synth DIY" not "Synth I Was Taught How to Say Everything Right."

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.

Thanks for stopping by! Check out www.davesmithinstruments.com for more information on the Tetra and the other Dave Smith instruments.

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