Here's The First Video Review Of Behringer D Minimoog Clone

Sweetwater have just released a 32 minute video review of the Minimoog synth clone, Behringer D. Enough said. Sit back, watch and then decide whether this synth is for you or not.  

It was only a matter of time before the first big review of the now infamous Minimoog clone from Behringer got its own in-depth review. And this one comes to us in the form of a 30 minute video from Sweetwater. There's plenty of demos during the review to listen to. So sit back get comfortable with your headphones / in front of your studio monitors and enjoy.

OR... if you want to watch a video comparison between the Behringer D and a real Moog Minimoog, jump to here.

Here's what Sweetwater say about their video review:

"It's all there. Sweetwater's Daniel Fisher demonstrates the three punchy oscillators, classic 24dB/octave voltage-controlled filter with resonance, envelopes, LFO, portamento, and more. All instantly familiar — only smaller. The Behringer D is a Eurorack-sized reincarnation of the legendary analog monosynth that started it all. From fat pulsing basses to searing leads to celestial pads: the Behringer D puts a world of musical expression under your fingertips."

Behringer D

Behringer Model D Main Features:

  • 3 punchy-sounding voltage-controlled oscillators
  • Classic 24dB voltage-controlled filter with resonance (Emphasis)
  • Filter selectable for lowpass or highpass
  • Noise generator (selectable between White and Pink Noise)
  • Overdrive circuit
  • USB-MIDI plus 5-pin DIN In and Thru
  • CV connectivity
  • Glide (portamento)
  • External audio input
  • Low-output and high-output 1/4" outs
  • Behringer's 3-year warranty

The Behringer D was available to pre-order via Sweetwater but now isn't. The pre-order price via was $299. There has been some talk that the official price of the Behringer D will be $100 more expensive once it's released. We'll have to wait and see...

We'll bring you more videos, tests, demos and news on the Behringer D and other synths as we hear about them. And with the analog mono, minimoog-style synth war hotting up you may be interested in the Roland / Studio Electronics SE-02 which sounds great and includes a step sequencer. Watch our SE-02 demo and review here.

Rounik is the Executive Editor for Ask.Audio & the macProVideo Hub. As an Apple Certified Trainer for Logic (and a self-confessed Mac fanatic) he's taught teachers, professional musicians and hobbyists how to get the best out of Apple's creative software. He has been a visiting lecturer at Bath Spa University's Teacher training pro... Read More

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