OK. We're about to enter strangely familiar yet unchartered territory. Brace yourselves.
So, Behringer just teased another analog synth clone they're working on. This one appears to be a eurorack compatible clone of the 1970s The Cat by Octave. This classic synth is a mono/duo two-oscillator analog monster capable of square and sawtooth and a triangle on VCO 1.
It's not big news that Behringer are cloning an analog synthesizer from the 70s... but what does give us a little tickle is that Octave's The Cat, according to VintageSynth, was accused and sued of copying and cloning the ARP Odyssey design. So, in theory, Behringer are cloning a clone.
Of course, we fully expect Behringer as they have done with the Model D and talked about with prototypes of the RD-808 and others, to expand on what was possible with the original synths and improve upon connectivity by making it eurorack-friendly.
About The Cat: http://www.vintagesynth.com/misc/octavecat.php
More Behringer synth news and reviews here: https://ask.audio/search/all/behringer