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Behringer to release its own original semi-modular analog synth


Behringer’s next product will signal a break from the German audio equipment manufacturer’s series of synth clones. Over the past year, the audio company has successively released models of various different synthesizers, including Behringer-branded versions of the Moog Model D and the Oberheim OB-Xa.

While the production of affordable editions of top synths has of late constituted Behringer’s business model, Behringer is no stranger to the landscape of original synth design. The budget entity delivered its own DeepMind 12 synth, a competitively priced option at $999.

Behringer’s Neutron synth emerges as Behringer’s newest original endeavor. The Neutron synth arrives in an unmistakable scarlet color, equipped with two oscillator desktops, a 56-point patch bay, and sample/hold, LFO, overdrive/delay capabilities. Behringer has not yet announced the Neutron’s formal release date, nor its price.



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