Sequential is Back!

January 22, 2015

In an unprecedented gesture of good will, Yamaha Corporation and its President, Takuya Nakata, have granted possession of the Sequential brand back to its original owner and company founder, Dave Smith.


DSM02 Character Module Available!

January 12, 2015

Dave Smith Instruments is now shipping the DSM02 Character module, our second offering for modular synthesizers. The module takes its name from the Character section featured in the Pro 2 and Prophet 12 and features five digital effects: Girth, Air, Decimate, Hack, and Drive.


Tempest OS 1.4 Released!

January 3, 2015

Dave Smith Instruments has released a new operating system for the Tempest analog drum machine that adds a number of highly requested features and entirely new internal sounds, beats, and projects.


EM Reviews the Pro 2!

October 16, 2014

Veteran Electronic Musician reviewer Gary Yelton praises the Pro 2 for its "spectacular sound, impressive programming depth, intuitive user interface, excellent analog filters, CV connectivity, and first-rate construction."


Pro 2 Nominated for TEC Award!

October 8, 2014

The National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) has nominated the Pro 2 for a TEC Award. The TEC Awards honor outstanding achievements in professional audio production and product innovation.


The First Pro 2 Review is Here!

August 22, 2014

The German music magazine, Amazona, has logged the very first full-length, in-depth review of the Pro 2 and awarded it a "Key Buy." Reviewer Peter Grandl dives deep in his review and covers the Pro 2's many features and offers up a handful of choice audio demos.


The Pro 2 is Shipping!

August 12, 2014

Dave Smith has begun shipping the Pro 2, an all-new, feature-rich monophonic synthesizer. “We really raised the bar with this one,” said Smith. “As synth geeks, we asked ourselves what our ultimate mono synth would be. Then we built it.”


DSM01 Curtis Filter Module

August 11, 2014

Dave Smith Instruments is now shipping the DSM01 Curtis Filter module, our first offering for modular synthesizers. The module takes its name from the original filter chip designed by the late Doug Curtis and provides both a switchable 2/4-pole low-pass filter and a VCA.