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Neutron vs Pro 1/MS1
Old 3 weeks ago
  #1
Gear Maniac
Neutron vs Pro 1/MS1

Currently I'm thinking about buying one more Behringer Synth. I already have a Model D.

I don't want to buy too many mono synths. In the past I had a SH-2 and loved it's sound (especially the high end and the sweet sounding modulation). Since all three synths (Neutron/Pro1/MS-1) are Curtis based. Now I'm asking myself, can a Neutron do the same sounds as a Pro 1 or a MS-1 in general?

I don't want it for bass (here DX-7 FM Bass is what I like), but for sweet sounding lead and arpeggio sounds.

Here the Neutron sounds quite beautiful. And here is an example of the beautiful SH2/SH-09 sound.

So which synth to buy?
Old 3 weeks ago
  #2
Gear Maniac
What would you say are the strengths and weaknesses of Neutron and Pro 1. Ok, they are different, but which is better for which kind of sounds?
Old 3 days ago
  #3
Gear Maniac
Is there really noone who can describe the differences in sound of the two Neutron/Pro1? Most demos only show bass sounds and wired stuff, but no nice singing lead sounds.
Old 3 days ago
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The Pro 1 has an arp and sequencer also. Neutron has more patch points.


I don’t think the Pro 1 is widely available yet so my opinion is based on having owned a real Pro One at one point. I would/probably will eventually get the Pro 1. I just like that sound, especially on bass...i know that’s not what you want to know, but that’s one of its strengths.
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