Behringer unveils plans for nearly 100 exciting new products
Behringer engineering teams are actively developing almost 100 products, sparking anticipation for the release of announced synths and drum machines.
Behringer’s engineering teams are currently developing nearly 100 innovative products. Now , what is the status of Behringer’s announced synths and drum machines that are yet to hit the market? Since unveiling its first synth, the Deepmind 6/12, in 2016, Behringer has inundated the market with a multitude of drum machine and synth announcements, drawing inspiration from various iconic gear. Noteworthy releases like the Monopoly, TD-3, and 2600 synths, along with the RD8 and RD9 drum machines, have successfully made it to market, offering impressive functionality at a budget-friendly price. Behringer’s approach often involves emulating vintage synths and drum machines, aiming to make music production more accessible by providing affordable alternatives to expensive tools. Despite ethical considerations, the company’s mission is clear: unleash the musician in everyone by breaking free from the constraints of costly equipment and replicating classic gear.
Despite an initial string of successful releases, Behringer’s recent track record reveals a decline in the ratio of announcements to actual product releases. It seems that the company has been making more announcements than bringing products to market. In fairness to Behringer, a rare phrase in this context, they have faced challenges, particularly with component issues leading to manufacturing delays. For clarity, Behringer’s official update on the status of all their announced products in the realm of hi-tech music production can be found directly on their Facebook page here.
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