Dave Smith Instruments Evolver


Dave Smith Instruments Evolver is a synthesizer designed by Dave Smith, the founder of Sequential Circuits. It is a monophonic analog synthesizer with digital control and features. It has two oscillators, two sub-oscillators, two filters, two envelopes, two LFOs, and a modulation matrix. It also has a built-in arpeggiator and a step sequencer.

The Evolver has been used by a variety of artists, including Nine Inch Nails, The Prodigy, and Aphex Twin. It is known for its unique sound and its ability to create complex and evolving sounds.

The Evolver works by combining analog and digital components. The analog components are the oscillators, filters, envelopes, and LFOs, which are used to create the basic sound. The digital components are the modulation matrix, arpeggiator, and step sequencer, which are used to shape and manipulate the sound.

The Evolver has a variety of features, including a wide range of waveforms, a variety of filter types, and a range of modulation options. It also has a built-in effects processor, which can be used to add reverb, delay, chorus, and other effects to the sound. Additionally, the Evolver can be used to control external MIDI devices, allowing for even more sound manipulation.

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