DSI has introduced a new analogue synth to their range, the Mopho x4.
The new synth represents a notable upgrade to the Mopho Keyboard, which was released in 2010, by adding an additional three voices, a larger 44-note keyboard and greater functionality. Each voice has two analogue oscillators and two sub-octave generators. The Mopho Keyboard's 2- or 4-pole Curtis low-pass filter has been retained, while further features include four LFOs, three five-stage envelope generators, a re-latchable arpeggiator, 20 modulation sources with 50 destinations, and a 16 x 4 step sequencer. There is no word on availability as yet but price-wise the Mopho x4 will come in at a pretty reasonable $1299. The man himself offers an introduction to the Mopho x4 in the below video.