by Robin Vincent | Approximate reading time: 1 Minute
JSI Progue

JSI Progue  ·  Source: JSI


JSI has released a video of a prototype PROGUE which brings together elements of the Prodigy and Rogue synthesizers into one compact, DIY and cool looking box.



All we have is a video at the moment but it shows the PROGUE in action with almost a 20-minute demo stepping through all the various features. It has two oscillators with triangle, square and pulse waveforms, a noise generator, Moog style filter, two envelopes and an LFO. You have pulse width modulation on both oscillators with also an internal LFO and detuning. Add in some Glide and a high-pass filter on the output and you’ve got the essence of those very cool Moog monosynths.


They haven’t released any more information and there’s no website or anything to follow other than the YouTube channel. Looking through the videos going back a few years it looks like JSI has built a few MFOS synths, a Deckard’s Dream, a Gilbert and a few other bits and pieces.

The Progue looks like a nicely put together project that sounds great and I’m looking forward to hearing more about it as it develops.


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