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Old 04-08-2017, 12:45 AM   #1
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Behringer's Minimoog Model D??

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I imagine since it's Behringer, replacing the power supply and capacitors will be a must

But holy crap; can't believe they are doing this before any other mainstream company... and with midi? I dont think there is any reason why i would not get this.


What does everyone think??

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Old 04-08-2017, 01:48 AM   #2
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Re: Behringer's Minimoog Model D??

i think they're going to sell a ton of them. i might buy one for my own studio

they've got the sound nearly there, and it's too cheap to not tempt 95% of the gear heads out there. i'm glad that analog got back into style enough to where we're seeing the benefits of modern industrial work. i think this could mark a big shift in direction for behringer.
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Re: Behringer's Minimoog Model D??

Personally at that price point I am more interested in the new Novation monosynth or the Korg Monologue (onboard sequencers on both), but this new Behringer offering does sound damn good.

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i think they're going to sell a ton of them. i might buy one for my own studio

they've got the sound nearly there, and it's too cheap to not tempt 95% of the gear heads out there. i'm glad that analog got back into style enough to where we're seeing the benefits of modern industrial work. i think this could mark a big shift in direction for behringer.
Dude I totally agree. I think this might reinvigorate their brand. I know I hate their stuff cuz it's cheap and sounds horrible. Possibly this could mark a new era of care and quality.

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Re: Behringer's Minimoog Model D??

Behringer does have some overall inexpensive, yet quality pieces of gear. A lot of their stuff us basically garbage as well. Just need to fins the diamonds in the rough.

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Re: Behringer's Minimoog Model D??

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Personally at that price point I am more interested in the new Novation monosynth or the Korg Monologue (onboard sequencers on both), but this new Behringer offering does sound damn good.
I know you already have one, but the ms-20 mini is good in the price range too, I'm considering one. I saw a white edition on ebay for $350, and how can I not spring for that when my name is white noise?

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I know you already have one, but the ms-20 mini is good in the price range too, I'm considering one. I saw a white edition on ebay for $350, and how can I not spring for that when my name is white noise?
A fine point! The MS20 is much more my style than a Moog. Basically Id only want a Moog for bass. But Monark sorts that for me.

The MS20 is delightly a bit unusual. Nosiy. Squelchy. Ring Mod. You can feed ths signal back into itself.

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Re: Behringer's Minimoog Model D??

Certainly worth checking out at that price point. I wonder if this is the year where Moog's patent on the ladder filter expires? Would explain the clone. I love my Voyager, but if I didn't have it, I would be all over checking this out and spending much less. The voyager has been super stable and not flaked out on me ever, which is the only Moog product I can say that about. I wonder what the Behringer is like for oscillator stability?
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I wonder what the Behringer is like for oscillator stability?
If their stable then it wouldn't be a very good clone.

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Re: Behringer's Minimoog Model D??

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Personally at that price point I am more interested in the new Novation monosynth or the Korg Monologue (onboard sequencers on both), but this new Behringer offering does sound damn good.
The Monologue is a fine synth. Very capable, and I sorely regret not really utilizing it. An embarrassment of riches, for me, really. I'm also a big fan of the Moog Minitaur. I think I'll get me a Moogerfooger ladder filter. It's got its unique character, which I'm a total sucker for.

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