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Behringer Polyphonic Synth In The Works
Behringer recently asked what it's followers would like to see included were the company to produce a synthesizer, with over 500 people having their say.
Now, it's kind of been revealed by company owner Uli Behringer that yes, they will make a synth and they've even revealed a couple of details.
The new Behringer synth will be developed in the UK, but we can't expect it any time soon. It will be a polysynth, developed with John Price, one of the best analog designers in the world. It will be affordable. Uli told Amazon.de, "I am of the clear opinion that today's synthesizers are simply too expensive and that we are trying to change."
We will bring you more details as they become available. You can read more from the Amazon.de interview over at SonicState.com.
By Alice Thomson
Posted on 25 Nov 2014 16:14 to category : Instruments News
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