The Prophet Rev2's sound comes from two DCOs per voice with four waveshapes (sawtooth, triangle, sawtooth + triangle, and pulse), a sub-octave generator and a 2/4 pole low-pass, resonant Curtis filter per voice. These are the same filters used in the Prophet '08, and also in many classic instruments of the '70s and '80s.
Dave Smith Instruments Prophet Rev2 16-Voice Analog Synthesizer. The REV2 is Dave Smith's reimagining of his Prophet '08 poly synth — a modern classic that has appeared on countless recordings and stages since its debut in 2007.
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Prophet Rev2 User’s Guide Getting Started 1 Getting Started The Prophet Rev2 is a 8/16-voice polyphonic synthesizer with analog oscillators, filters, and amplifiers. The majority of its sound-shaping controls are located on its front panel, putting a tremendous amount of power and versatility within easy reach.
EDIT: Nevermind. I missed the price post. $2000 for 16 voice and an 8 voice option for $1500, hmmm I don't know. 16 voice could drop signifcantly after a year. I would say wait for that, but I personally am not interested as the Prophet 08 isn't for me anyways. I have a Marion MSR-2 which is sort of a 16 voice P08 in a rackmount.