MATRIXSYNTH: New Behringer DeepMind12 Could Have Been Named the Phat 12 and Based on the Roland Juno-106

Friday, July 29, 2016

New Behringer DeepMind12 Could Have Been Named the Phat 12 and Based on the Roland Juno-106

Behringer DeepMind 12 First Look Video

Published on Jul 29, 2016 AMAZONAmag

"AMAZONA.de was live in Manchester to play Behringers DeepMind 12 Analog-Synthesizer and to have a long conversation with the engineers."

Update: above video in via Soviet Space Child.


This one in via Vince Ascoli spotted on Amazona.de.

Before we get to the name, the DeepMind12 will feature a step sequencer / arpeggiator. See the screenshot below. We knew about the arpeggiator but weren't sure about a sequencer.

As for the name, note the Phat 12 in the image to the left.

According to the article:

"The wait is over, finally we can share our knowledge about the Behringer Deep Mind 12 Synthesizer with the public. At the time, when I the Behringer Synthesizer in Manchester / England met for the first time, he was still wearing the name PHAT 12. Regular readers may remember: 2010 had us Uli Behringer concerned with a concept study, as we on our TYRELL SYNTHESIZER project with the AMAZONA.de readers worked. Already this study was called PHAT 108 and was obviously inspired by the look of the Juno-106th

At that time was planned, an 8-voice replica of the Roland Juno 106 produce, but soon rejected Uli Behringer this idea, because with every thought and with every additional consultant was added a new feature. The project suddenly PHAT was 108 no small matter more, but a tremendous thing. Yet this was not foreseen in 2010, as the market would develop for real analog synthesizer."

You'll find a Google translation of the full article here.

2 comments:

  1. Wow this is so exciting. I hope to god that it will be under 1000 for a price. is there a release date yet?

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