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The Pro­logues have space for 500 patches and the 250 pre­sets on­board do a great job of show­cas­ing its versatility. There are also some handy patch or­gan­i­sa­tion fea­tures so you can eas­ily fetch a layer for your sound, add favourites (likes) or select sounds based on en­ve­lope length or how of­ten you use them. You can also cre­ate live sets to quickly move be­tween sounds live, and jump through patches a hun­dred at a time. The Pro­logue 16 also brings the lay­er­ing/split­ting and voice-spread func­tion­al­ity onto the front panel, while the Pro­logue 8 has all this hid­den in menus due to the more lim­ited front panel space (this makes the Pro­logue 16 more in­tu­itive). Also note that you can cross­fade be­tween splits for smooth sound tran­si­tions. In ad­di­tion, the Pro­logue 16 fea­tures an ana­logue LF Comp across its out­put which can be used to tame, smooth or ex­pand the son­ics. It sounds great and helps make basses pop/pump or it can sim­ply add ex­tra vibe to any sound – the only caveat is you can’t store the comp set­ting per­patch, so you must record your sound once you hit upon a sweet spot!

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