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

JSI Progue  ·  Source: JSI

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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.

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PROGUE

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.

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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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