MATRIXSYNTH: Behringer Considering Eurorack Desktop Solina String Ensemble - Update: And a CS80?

Thursday, May 02, 2019

Behringer Considering Eurorack Desktop Solina String Ensemble - Update: And a CS80?


"In the '80's, combining a Solina stringer with a Small Stone phaser was the way to go.

That's our take on it - please ignore the date and price as we haven't decided if and when we will build this recreation."

From the PDF/screenshots:

SOLINA STRING ENSEMBLE

Legendary Analog String Ensemble Synthesizer with 49-Voice Polyphony, Ensemble Chorus, Vintage-Style Phase Shifter and Eurorack Fromat

Legendary analog stereo string ensemble synthesizer from '70's

Authentic reproduction of original "ARP/Eminent Solina SE-II" circuitry

Artist roster includes world's most famous pop, rock, jazz and disco musicians

Famous ensemble chorus effect utilizes Bucket Brigade Devices (BBDs) controlled by 2 LFO's

Authentic and classic phase shifter modeled after "Small Stone"

Dedicated Rate control and separate Color switch for fine-tuning of effects speed and tone

String section featuring violin, viola, trumpet, horn, cello and contrabass instruments

12 tone generators with octave divide-down technology to provide full polyphony

Complete Eurorack solution - main module can be transferred to a standard Eurorack case

16 controls give you direct and real-time access to all important parameters

Comprehensive MIDI implementation with MIDI channel and Voice Priority selection

3-Year Warranty Program

Designed and engineered in the U.K.

Competition: ARP/Solina US $1500
Est. Availability: Q4 2018
MAP: US $249.99



Update: Behringer also shared this:

"I’ve been thinking about this... Uli"


Remember, with the CS80 it's not just about the synth engine - it's about the interface and instrument as a whole. And... It not just about the visual/functional interface, it's how it feels - the specific feel of the aftertouch, pivoting, sliders, and how the synth engine responds to that. See the following posts for some perspective on that:

Non News? Yamaha Considering a New CS80?

Sonic TALK 575 - A Load Of Clap

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