Other useful info!
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!