Do Evolver & Tetra have the same synth engines?
Kroy
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16th May 2012
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Do Evolver & Tetra have the same synth engines?

I've hear it said that Evolver and Tetra have the same synth engines.
But is this true because they sound different to my ears?
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16th May 2012
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Nope, evolver has 4 oscs per voice 2 analog and 2 digital its also true stereo in terms of filters etc.
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16th May 2012
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What about the oscillators themselves?
Tetra sounds more silky, smooth and sort of modern.
The filter is the same, right, though perhaps tweaked differently..?
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Allegedly the analog side of the Evolver is the same as the Tetra, Mopho, etc (more or less anyway). However, the Evolvers have true stereo signal paths, thus dual filters verus the mono path on a single voice of the Tetra.
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17th May 2012
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the Evolver also has all those digital effects so it goes through AD/DA converters.
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