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What synths should Behringer make next? POLL
View Poll Results: Vote for the synths you want Behringer to make
SH 101
114 Votes - 10.75%
SH 202
24 Votes - 2.26%
TB 303
96 Votes - 9.06%
Jupiter 8
385 Votes - 36.32%
Jupiter 6
90 Votes - 8.49%
Jupiter 4
110 Votes - 10.38%
OB-X
146 Votes - 13.77%
OB-XA
219 Votes - 20.66%
VCS-3
161 Votes - 15.19%
Synthi A
128 Votes - 12.08%
Polykobol
85 Votes - 8.02%
Polivoks
65 Votes - 6.13%
Mini korg 700s
48 Votes - 4.53%
Oberheim 4 voice
78 Votes - 7.36%
CS-80
299 Votes - 28.21%
PPG wave
133 Votes - 12.55%
Memory Moog
146 Votes - 13.77%
Prophet 5
208 Votes - 19.62%
Buchla easel
110 Votes - 10.38%
Voyetra 8
64 Votes - 6.04%
VP-330
62 Votes - 5.85%
Arp Quadra
68 Votes - 6.42%
Arp Chroma
55 Votes - 5.19%
Arp 2600
287 Votes - 27.08%
Arp sequencer
38 Votes - 3.58%
Synclavier
67 Votes - 6.32%
Wasp
72 Votes - 6.79%
SH1
20 Votes - 1.89%
SH7
55 Votes - 5.19%
SH5
80 Votes - 7.55%
Multiple Choice Poll. Voters: 1060. You may not vote on this poll

Old 5 days ago
  #2641
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Synth to add please: Korg Mono/Poly!
A great sounding easy to use synth.
Can someone PLEASE add it to the poll list??
Old 5 days ago
  #2642
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the sampler to rule them all is what i want more than anything.
a bigger volca sample with 32Gb memory and improved functionality, and the DAC, sample interpolation and presets / factory sounds of the S-1000, Emu-II and Fairlight
Old 4 days ago
  #2643
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the sampler to rule them all is what i want more than anything.
a bigger volca sample with 32Gb memory and improved functionality, and the DAC, sample interpolation and presets / factory sounds of the S-1000, Emu-II and Fairlight
Yes a proper sampler with today’s memory and technology would be a great and wanted addition.
Old 4 days ago
  #2644
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Crumar Spirit, please. Very unique sound and as-yet uncloned by anyone.
Old 4 days ago
  #2645
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what is that we hear you on facebook? Did you finaly year our cries for a modern take on hardware samplers?
Old 4 days ago
  #2646
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I thought it was a clone of the Poly 800
I did too at first, and then I thought: why would they clone *that*!
It would be funny if it is a poly800 clone though.. surely $199 inc tax, with a free keyboard stand and hardware sequencer thrown in. Or they could make it the size of a mousetrap with only access to parameters via USB.
Old 4 days ago
  #2647
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what is that we hear you on facebook? Did you finaly year our cries for a modern take on hardware samplers?
Send us the details!
(can't be arsed with FB..)
Old 4 days ago
  #2648
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I did too at first, and then I thought: why would they clone *that*!
It would be funny if it is a poly800 clone though.. surely $199 inc tax, with a free keyboard stand and hardware sequencer thrown in. Or they could make it the size of a mousetrap with only access to parameters via USB.
Reverse keys !!!!!!
Old 4 days ago
  #2649
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I want a fully knobby FM synth. 1 knob per function with 4 layers for FM. Akemies Castle with ADSRs and LFOs
Old 4 days ago
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I want a fully knobby FM synth. 1 knob per function with 4 layers for FM. Akemies Castle with ADSRs and LFOs
4 layers means 4 operators??
Old 4 days ago
  #2651
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4 layers means 4 operators??
4-part multitimbral from what I understand. 4-operator FM is a decent enough architecture, but having those extra 2 or 4 operators does mean a lot.

And yes, we absolutely need a proper hardware FM synthesizer with a proper interface. If Behringer makes an affordable, complex and hands-on FM synth, I'm probably going to get 2 of these. The more I program in FM the less I use other synthesis methods. I have recently come to realize how much I just love the sound of FM.
Old 4 days ago
  #2652
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4-part multitimbral from what I understand. 4-operator FM is a decent enough architecture, but having those extra 2 or 4 operators does mean a lot.

And yes, we absolutely need a proper hardware FM synthesizer with a proper interface. If Behringer makes an affordable, complex and hands-on FM synth, I'm probably going to get 2 of these. The more I program in FM the less I use other synthesis methods. I have recently come to realize how much I just love the sound of FM.
I get the point and agree, although I still enjoy other forms of sound synthesis, especially the additive synthesis on my Kawai K5000S.

A knobby FM synth would be a great instrument but I'd add some "macro" controls to emulate other architectures but yet having an FM underlying system (I'm thinking of the Korg DS-8).
Old 4 days ago
  #2653
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The more I program in FM the less I use other synthesis methods. I have recently come to realize how much I just love the sound of FM.
Same. You can get such rich harmonics and overtones by smashing one waveform into another and modulating the depth of the impact. I rarely use a naked waveform now, even in analog subtractive synthesis environments.
Old 2 days ago
  #2654
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I want a fully knobby FM synth. 1 knob per function with 4 layers for FM. Akemies Castle with ADSRs and LFOs
One knob per function on a 6- or 8- op FM synth is probably overkill, but the most important sound design controls on the front panel, perhaps on a per-operator level might be good enough. I can live with going one level deeper for less used parameters, BUT JUST ONE LEVEL OK YAMAHA!!

Ahem. I would have bought a MODX by now if it didn't have that screen interface and all that tedious screen-prodding modifying one parameter at a time.

Digital rotary encoders / sliders with LED position indicators are a must, so that the settings of the current panel controls can be viewed instantly. Like on the Hydrasynth, but with slightly higher res lights on the controls. I don't want to have to touch the control to find out the current value (that's aimed at you, Novation!).

Old 2 days ago
  #2656
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The poll didn't include the Juno-60 and Oscar. Pitty.
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