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#2850802 - 04/21/17 08:16 AM Behringer Model D
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#2850810 - 04/21/17 08:50 AM Re: Behringer Model D [Re: MorayM]
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Did he say $399US??? shocked

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#2850821 - 04/21/17 09:31 AM Re: Behringer Model D [Re: Joe BrokeIt]
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I think that's what the kids nowadays call, "disruptive."

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#2850822 - 04/21/17 09:40 AM Re: Behringer Model D [Re: dje31]
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They may sell some.

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#2850828 - 04/21/17 10:44 AM Re: Behringer Model D [Re: Dave Bryce]
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Whoa.
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#2850831 - 04/21/17 11:14 AM Re: Behringer Model D [Re: FunkKeyStuff]
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Will any of us NOT buy one?
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#2850832 - 04/21/17 11:16 AM Re: Behringer Model D [Re: Beethree]
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Polychain would be, well, insane.
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#2850835 - 04/21/17 11:28 AM Re: Behringer Model D [Re: Beethree]
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Originally Posted By: Beethree
Will any of us NOT buy one?


the ones of us who can't deal with external power supplies. gofish
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#2850837 - 04/21/17 11:30 AM Re: Behringer Model D [Re: Beethree]
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Originally Posted By: Beethree
Will any of us NOT buy one?


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#2850843 - 04/21/17 12:02 PM Re: Behringer Model D [Re: The Real MC]
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Originally Posted By: The Real MC
Originally Posted By: Beethree
Will any of us NOT buy one?


wave

Me as well.

Nothing against the unit itself...I already have a Mini, and have never felt a need for another one.

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#2850844 - 04/21/17 12:04 PM Re: Behringer Model D [Re: Dave Bryce]
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I have a Voyager, but will still snag this at that price.
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#2850845 - 04/21/17 12:06 PM Re: Behringer Model D [Re: Beethree]
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#2850847 - 04/21/17 12:17 PM Re: Behringer Model D [Re: marino]
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For people who have a real Minimoog already, assuming the sound is right, would you consider this for live use instead of hauling out the real deal?
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#2850849 - 04/21/17 12:35 PM Re: Behringer Model D [Re: Mighty Ferguson]
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Yep, no need to replace my Voyager with one of these, but since the Voyager has ceased production, Behringer might capture some of the upper end of the market as well as those simply trying to save dough.
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#2850850 - 04/21/17 12:36 PM Re: Behringer Model D [Re: Mark Schmieder]
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If one could easily transfer patches, the point about this being a safer choice for gigs is well put.
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#2850852 - 04/21/17 12:40 PM Re: Behringer Model D [Re: Beethree]
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Originally Posted By: Beethree
Will any of us NOT buy one?


Nope.

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#2850853 - 04/21/17 12:45 PM Re: Behringer Model D [Re: Mighty Ferguson]
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Originally Posted By: Mighty Ferguson
For people who have a real Minimoog already, assuming the sound is right, would you consider this for live use instead of hauling out the real deal?


NOPE

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#2850854 - 04/21/17 12:46 PM Re: Behringer Model D [Re: Mighty Ferguson]
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Originally Posted By: Mighty Ferguson
For people who have a real Minimoog already, assuming the sound is right, would you consider this for live use instead of hauling out the real deal?

Just like in the movies when they bring in a stunt double for the dangerous scenes. Keep that prized Minimoog at home and let the $400 clone do the dirty work. thu Chances are it will be good enough for 99.9% of the audience - The .1% being Minimoog owners who know the difference. laugh
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#2850855 - 04/21/17 12:48 PM Re: Behringer Model D [Re: Beethree]
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Originally Posted By: Beethree
Will any of us NOT buy one?


Not my thing but at $340 (holiday sale) circuit bending a mini...
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#2850856 - 04/21/17 12:50 PM Re: Behringer Model D [Re: Marzzz]
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Does anyone know where I can by a MIDI file of that sequence they were using? That is gold.
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#2850858 - 04/21/17 12:55 PM Re: Behringer Model D [Re: Mighty Ferguson]
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Originally Posted By: Mighty Ferguson
For people who have a real Minimoog already, assuming the sound is right, would you consider this for live use instead of hauling out the real deal?

Yes - Not because of the relative value, but for the form factor.
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#2850861 - 04/21/17 12:57 PM Re: Behringer Model D [Re: Markyboard]
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I'm semi-retired, and teach keys part-time at the School of Rock. Along with teaching theory, technique and songs, I often delve into synthesis. This will make a great hands-on teaching aid for subtractive synthesis. Very intuitive panel layout. And at that price point, no big deal to be around kids with it.
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#2850862 - 04/21/17 12:59 PM Re: Behringer Model D [Re: Mighty Ferguson]
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Originally Posted By: Mighty Ferguson
For people who have a real Minimoog already, assuming the sound is right, would you consider this for live use instead of hauling out the real deal?

I would never use my Mini live. I have programs in my Kronos and PC3 that do that job very nicely for local gigs. idk

My Mini is purely for playing for fun and recording. twothumbs

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#2850864 - 04/21/17 01:09 PM Re: Behringer Model D [Re: Sam Mullins]
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Originally Posted By: Sam Mullins
Does anyone know where I can by a MIDI file of that sequence they were using? That is gold.


Careful, wouldn't want to violate the copyright deadhorse hitt

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#2850865 - 04/21/17 01:19 PM Re: Behringer Model D [Re: Mighty Ferguson]
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Originally Posted By: Mighty Ferguson
For people who have a real Minimoog already, assuming the sound is right, would you consider this for live use instead of hauling out the real deal?


I'll never use analogs on stage again. I still have nightmares about the air conditioning above the stage kicking on and the Mini going out of tune. Give me a Virus TI for live performance.

The only thing that would prompt me to buy one is a full set of patch points to connect to my modular.
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#2850867 - 04/21/17 01:23 PM Re: Behringer Model D [Re: Sam Mullins]
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Originally Posted By: Sam Mullins
Does anyone know where I can by a MIDI file of that sequence they were using? That is gold.


I have it in keyboard tab for you.
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#2850872 - 04/21/17 01:40 PM Re: Behringer Model D [Re: Beethree]
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Not because of the relative value, but for the form factor.

Yeah, the form factor looks great. Small enough that it shouldn't be hard to find a place for it (unlike the "full size" Creamware Minimax for example), but big enough that live control operation shouldn't be touchy (compared to, say, the Roland Boutique).
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#2850874 - 04/21/17 01:42 PM Re: Behringer Model D [Re: timwat]
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I know this was an "informal" video, but it's like the strategy was:

- let's make something that looks just like the Minimoog, stirring up all those old nostalgic feelings
- then let's make a video with that shows off none of the sounds that made people love the MiniMoog in the first place and in fact is quite annoying
- and for good measure let's make the camera work induce nausea.

Then dare them not to buy it for $400 smile



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#2850881 - 04/21/17 01:55 PM Re: Behringer Model D [Re: Beethree]
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Originally Posted By: Beethree
Will any of us NOT buy one?


I won't, even though Behringer looks like they have a winner. I bought a new Minimoog in 1979 and sold it (for $650, IIRC) less than two years later because I got really bored with that type of sound. I'm more of a Waldorf Quantum man myself. laugh

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#2850891 - 04/21/17 03:21 PM Re: Behringer Model D [Re: Mark Schmieder]
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Originally Posted By: Mark Schmieder
If one could easily transfer patches, the point about this being a safer choice for gigs is well put.


Assuming this thing has a good build quality.
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