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Post: # 1355174Post lorez »

looks like Behringer have rolled out a number of great looking clones of classic synths and drum machines. Price points for some of these are insane

808

odyssey

Prosonus One

SH101

add in their Moog Model D clone and there is a lot of great retro synth clones for not much money.

Even the Neutron is building on top of the Deepmind wave of great value synths
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Post: # 1355181Post singlepup »

Just came to post about this. Absolutely getting the analog 808 clone.
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Post: # 1355182Post singlepup »

http://www.residentadvisor.net/news.aspx?id=41682

Behringer is also going to make Eurorack stuff...
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Post: # 1355183Post Fakir Mustache »

These have all been talked about before, I think.

They first had some sort of survey question about a drum machine before they had any synth out.

They talked about the ARP and had a computer picture around the time Korg came out with theirs.

I've seen pics of the SH-101 with that girl's hands before. Here's an article from December 2017:
http://www.synthanatomy.com/2017/12/the-bomb-has-burst-behringer-teased-6-new-synthesizers-wasp-deluxe-2600-cat-synthi-vcx3-ms-101-bk-gybu-k20.html
The Wasp and Cat would be cool, but I bet they're going to change the cosmetics on all of these before they actually come out.
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Post: # 1355211Post paul_ »

The ARP one interests me the most even though it's the only one mentioned where I'm actually happier with the iPad/laptop+controller scheme (for the sake of polyphony). Nonetheless, the desktop version of the Korg reissue has been on my list for awhile.

I like the Model D

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singlepup wrote:Just came to post about this. Absolutely getting the analog 808 clone.
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Post: # 1355242Post gusman2x »

Pretty much interested in all of these. Behringer are knocking this stuff out the park. When I had a go on a deepmind, it sounded phenomenal.
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At first they came for EHX
and I said nothing for I was not EHX
Then they came for Boss
and I said nothing for I was not Boss
Then they came for Moog, Roland, and Korg
How long before they come FOR DWARFCRAFT?
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Post: # 1355258Post lorez »

aen wrote:At first they came for EHX
and I said nothing for I was not EHX
Then they came for Boss
and I said nothing for I was not Boss
Then they came for Moog, Roland, and Korg
How long before they come FOR DWARFCRAFT?
In that line of thinking I f they come for dwarfcraft you’ll of made millions and you’ll be on your yacht not giving 2 fucks
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lorez wrote: How long before they come FOR DWARFCRAFT?
In that line of thinking I f they come for dwarfcraft you’ll of made millions and you’ll be on your yacht not giving 2 fucks[/quote]

Nah Behringer (Uli?) aren't paying anyone shit, hence why its so cheap for us. Think he waits till patents run out, then bums them original ideas into oblivion.
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aen wrote:At first they came for EHX
and I said nothing for I was not EHX
Then they came for Boss
and I said nothing for I was not Boss
Then they came for Moog, Roland, and Korg
How long before they come FOR DWARFCRAFT?
Use the money you made to buy Gibson, then make copies of Behringer pedals.
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Post: # 1357133Post Thomas »

singlepup wrote:http://www.residentadvisor.net/news.aspx?id=41682

Behringer is also going to make Eurorack stuff...
The Model D and upcoming Neutron are patchable and eurorack compatible. The D is actually in a Eurorack format case and comes with the ER connector.

It's the Oberheim clone I'm really interested in. ?The originals sound amazing but they're way out of my price range. I have the D and Deepmind, both are great!
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Post: # 1357140Post jcyphe »

Behringer give zero fucks :lol:

The funny thing is this is what everybody on all the music forums was asking for 10 years ago and now they're doing it. Cloning Boss, EHX, and the classic analog synths.

People want to try lots of different sounds on the cheap and eBay/Craigslist kinda killed the bargains in finding old analog gear or vintage EHX/Boss pedals for reasonable prices. Any doofus can do a google search and find out their old Keyboard sells for a nice chunk of change on the internet, it ruined the fun.
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Post: # 1360563Post singlepup »

New video posted today:

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Post: # 1360581Post lorez »

singlepup wrote:New video posted today:

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Interesting idea and I like the sound of the shaping tools it has. If it’s at the price point of the model d then I’d rather get this than the arturia impact brute they just released
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Post: # 1360589Post ekwatts »

Oh, Behringer are a shameful company. Utterly immoral and exploitative.

And they're making gear people want for low, low prices. So fuck it.

The new synth stuff is ridiculously good. The bit I find funny is that many on the synth sites that have been almost begging for this shit are now turning their noses up at it because it's Behringer. Whatevs, chaps.

In a similar vein, though, Behringer recently bought TC Electronic and have effectively "reissued" their supercheap pedals from way back under the TC brand, all single-use stompboxes with true bypass, metal enclosures, etc. There's tonnes of them, and they're about the same sound quality as the old plastic Behringers (ie: from amazing to not so good) but with all the improvements people were asking for in terms of durability, switching, etc. But there are plenty on other guitar forums *cough* who won't touch them because they're Behringer (and/or clones).

So, yeah, Behringer are an awful company for producing the things I want at prices I can afford (lolno srsly they are gobshites run by a cunt), but sometimes I wonder if they're worth having around just because they help expose some of the worst conservative prejudices of other musicians.
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Post: # 1361601Post lorez »

Has anyone heard any news when these might be released soon? Getting synth gas and not sure what to buy and want to give some of these a blast
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lorez wrote:Has anyone heard any news when these might be released soon? Getting synth gas and not sure what to buy and want to give some of these a blast
There's so much other stuff out there to GAS for, I'm not sure what to buy.

That Trax synth looks awesome, there are several very cool Dreadbox synths, there's a new Polivoks synth with no keyboard, and with keyboards there's the Minibrute, Novation Bass Station 2, and I'm seriously thinking about the Yamaha Reface CS.
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