Behringer Model D Analogue Synthesizer

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SKU
393180
Legendary Analog Synthesizer with 3 VCOs, Ladder Filters, LFO and Eurorack Format.
£293.00 £280.80 £234.00 Save 4%
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Behringer Model D Analogue Synthesizer


 

To relive all of your classic synthesizer memories or to create a completely new sound Behringer have created their own take on the 1970's acclaimed Model D synthesizer.

 

The Model D Analog Synthesizer Module is incredibly affordable but packs in a semi-modular linear workflow so that you can deliver thunderous performances without the need for an instruction manual.

 

Features:

 

  • Legendary analog synthesizer with triple VCO design allows for insanely fat music creation
  • Authentic reproduction of original “D Type” circuitry with matched transistors and JFETs
  • Ultra-high precision 0.1% Thin Film resistors and Polyphenylene Sulphide capacitors
  • Pure analog signal path based on authentic VCO, VCF and VCA designs
  • 5 variable oscillator shapes with variable pulse widths for ultimate sounds
  • Classic 24 dB ladder filter with resonance for legendary sound performance
  • Switchable low/high pass filter mode for enhanced sound creation
  • Dedicated and fully analog triangle/square wave LFO
  • 16-voice Poly Chain allows combining multiple synthesizers for up to 16 voice polyphony
  • Semi-modular design requires no patching for immediate performance
  • Overdrive circuit adds insane spice and edge to your sounds
  • Noise generator dramatically expands waveform generation
  • Complete Eurorack solution – main module can be transferred to a standard Eurorack case
  • 48 controls give you direct and real-time access to all important parameters
  • External audio input for processing external sound sources
  • Low and high level outputs featuring highest signal integrity signal stages
  • Comprehensive MIDI implementation with MIDI channel and Voice Priority selection
  • 3-Year Warranty Program*
  • Designed and engineered in the U.K.