MATRIXSYNTH: Behringer Invites Designers and Engineers to Participate in Design of New Eurorack Modules

Saturday, April 14, 2018

Behringer Invites Designers and Engineers to Participate in Design of New Eurorack Modules

Update: First renders added. Clones of the Roland System 100m modules. You can find pics of the original Roland System 100m modules for comparison in the archives.

140 Dual ADSR + 1 LFO x2
182 Sequencer

This one was spotted by Soviet Space Child on Gearslutz where people are already chiming in.

"Hello everyone,

as you are aware, many of our synthesizers such as Model D, Neutron, Pro-1 etc. have been designed to be used as standalone instruments but also to fit the hugely popular Eurorack format.

Many of you have now requested for us to build individual Eurorack modules, powered Eurorack cases and especially bring back some of the legacy modular systems.

At the same time we also thought about inviting all designers and engineers among you to participate in this initiative.

The goal would be to build a wide range of modules and - as usual - at very affordable prices (target prices US$ 49-99) which would allow us to open this market and get as many people as possible into synths and making music.

Our synth teams are very excited about this potential direction and would love to hear your opinion.

Are you interested in Eurorack systems?
What modules would you like us to make?
What legacy modular systems would you like us to make?
What accessories do you require?

Thank you :-)



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