After the recent UB-Xa progress, firmware update, and call for beta testers, Behringer are turning their attention to the next big analog poly synth on the horizon...
So, you'd like to be a beta tester for the upcoming Behringer UB-Xa synthesizer? If you meet this criteria you could get hands on soon...
Since the Behringer 2600, ARP 2600 remake, was announced last week as being ready to ship, we've all been wondering how much this analog synth would retail for... now we know.
There's plenty of buzz around many of the Behringer recreation synthesizers... and the ARP2600 in particular has seen a great deal of the synth community eagerly awaiting its release.
It's a simple enough idea, bringing a host of quality guitar effects pedals into eurorack format at an uber affordable price per module... but it's also potentially a gamechanger too.
Not content with replicating the Prophet-600 6-voice synth, Behringer have collaborated with GliGli to create an 8-voice synth, PRO-800, with an impressively affordable price tag.
Many synth and drum machine enthusiasts have been waiting a while for news on Behringer's recreation of the Roland TR-909, their own RD-9. Today Behringer have spoken out.
Earlier this week Behringer put out a request for BETA testers to give the upcoming Wave synthesizer a proper work-out. Now synth engineer involved with the PPG Wave has become involved.
If you own an original PPG Wave synthesizer and would like to get hands on with the beta model coming from synthesizer powerhouse maker, Behringer, then start clearing desk space in your studio.
The Solina String Ensemble was a fully polyphonic multi-orchestral synthesizer with a 49-key keyboard that was distributed by ARP from 1974 to 1981. It's now being recreated by Behringer.
There's a new online marketplace that like Reverb, allows you too buy and sell music gear and communicate with the wider community, except this is one is completely free to use. Guess who's behind it!
Choosing a pair of budget studio monitors just got a whole lot easier thanks to this concise video by Consordini Musical Instruments which gives a brief overview of 9 of the best.
Imagine an affordable clone of the iconic Roland CR-78 analog drum machine... and what if you were involved in the creation process, including the design, of the machine itself. Hello Behringer...
If you want the sound of the TR-606 as found on records by Plasticman, Massive Attack and many Acid tracks then the Behringer RD-6 is for you.
The TD-3-SR from Behringer is an authentic clone with a sub â‚¬150 price point that seems almost too good to be true. Rishabh Rajan finds out if there's a catch in his video review.