MATRIXSYNTH: Behringer Synth

Thursday, August 24, 2006

Behringer Synth

Title link takes you to the Behringer Synth page on Synrise.

"These synth was built in 4865 hours of hard work by the 16 years old Ueli Behringer founder of the studio equipment firm BEHRINGER in ca. 1982. It seems to be an additive synthesizer if the 16 faders on the left side controls the spectrum of the first 16 harmonics."

via Frederic

6 comments:

  1. When is behringer going to start making vintage-inspired synths like in Music Thing's aprils fool post a few years back!

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  2. I would really like a Behringer synth. It would be the best way to dial in that 'Behringer' sound that everyone's talking about.

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  3. also.. 4865 hours of hard work? Was Uli ISO certified back when he was 16 to be that, (excuse the pejorative, but it fits here I thik), Nazi, about time tracking?

    I mean, I've consulted my Modavian Gypsy Astrologer, and she says it was only 3141.59265 hours of hard work.

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  4. Bah, he copied the additive synth Greg Mackie built in high school....
    ;-)

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  5. This looks very much like a synth called the beilfuss or something like that. Considering Behringer's history of copying others, I'm guessing that much of the 4865 hrs were spent taking apart someone else's work for documentation. Afterall, Behringer does make things. Why didn't they ever market this to recoup development costs?

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  6. 4865 hours for child labour in China

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