As his company continues to evolve the landscape of classic and iconic synthesizers, Uli Behringer reveals how contentment now comes from giving back to the music community and underprivileged kids.
News is just in from Behringer and its mother company Music Tribe, that all 1510 MS-1 synths have now been shipped or are being shipped and are already arriving at their charity destination.
In just five years, Aston Mics have created innovative and excellent studio microphones for producers. It'll be interesting to see how they develop now Music Tribe (Behringer) have acquired them.
Behringer's Solina String Ensemble, a fully polyphonic multi-orchestral synthesizer originally distributed by ARP from 1974 to 1981, was announced 9 months ago, and now we have a first video demo.
It's now about 1-2 months away... Behringer's RD-9 is almost upon us. Check out this final demo video to hear what this drum machine sounds like.
The Oberheim OB-Xa originally created in th eearly 1980s is making its way into Behringer's synthesizer catalogue. And the first 100 pre-production UB-Xa models are now in BETA testing.
Take a look at this video to see and hear the prototype of the upcoming PRO-800 synth in action and hear from the team at Behringer behind recreating the Sequential Pro-600.
Behringer's quest to bring the most popular, iconic synthesizers from yesteryear into the modern age at budget prices and with affordable prices for everyone continues in a big way with the VCS 3.
Behringer has been on a roll with recreating synths of yesteryear and It was welcomed when they recreated one of the most popular synths of the 70’s, the ARP 2600. Let’s take a look and listen.
Taking its cues from its own popular BCR2000 MIDI controller and sequencer from 15 years ago, Behringer have unviled the feature list fo the upcoming BCR32. This could be a big hit.
From accurate, analog recreations to delightful digital machines and hybrid hardware units that push the sonic boundaries, 2020 has seen some excellent new hardware synths released.
It seems almost everyone in the synth community has had their say about the recent Behringer Swing vs Arturia KeyStep furore except Behringer themselves... until now!
When Behringer announced the imminent release of Swing, a MIDI controller and sequencer that bears more than a passing resemblance to the Arturia Keystep, heated discussions ensued.
Today Behrigner announces SWING, a USB MIDI keyboard controller with a 64-step sequencer and a whole lot of features for $99... and it's shipping next week.
There have been so many new product announcements from Behringer recently we're beginning to run out introductory paragraphs... here's their draft theremin and they want your feedback!