If you’ve been waiting for a polyphonic Mopho analog keyboard synth, your wait is over! Dave Smith Instruments has announced the Mopho X4, a 4-note polyphonic keyboard synth built on the same award-winning voice architecture as is found in the Mopho and Mopho Keyboard — two analog oscillators, two sub-octave generators, 2- or 4-pole Curtis low-pass filter, three 5-stage envelopes, four LFOs, a re-latchable arpeggiator, and a 16×4 step sequencer. Plus, 20 modulation sources can be routed to nearly 50 destinations.
The keyboard features 44 semi-weighted keys with aftertouch and velocity sensitivity. Full-size pitch and mod wheels can be freely assigned. Using Poly Chain, the Mopho X4 can be connected to a Mopho, Mopho Keyboard, Tetra, and Prophet ’08 for increased polyphony. Poly Chain up to three Tetras with the Mopho X4 for a massive 16-voice super synth!