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Behringer DeepMind 6

Behringer DeepMind 6

  • Number of keys: 37 keys
  • Number of octaves: 3
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1.8 / 5
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4 years ago*
This review is for DeepMind 12, but since they are exactly the same in addition to the number of votes, I paste here! :-) ----------- Can not recommend this synth. First and foremost, it is generally a casual building, inside as well as outside. It appears that Midas in England and Behringer never made a synth before. When you need to insert two (2) fans into a synth, it will return to the drawing board, not on a production line in China. There is a less windy fan on the back, as well as a larger fan inside the synth. You can adjust speed, can also turn them off completely. But, they are sitting there for a reason (cash and unstable analog filters, etc.). How is the sound? Synthen itself is a rather weak story. The oscillator section is as basic as it may be, so you have very limited "basic sound" to start your creations with. Saw tooth and square waveform, 2 OSCs, no form of crossmod, ring mode and the like, can not even change the volume of the 2 oscillators available. I have owned a Juno 106 to be said, which is the synth that inspired this synthesizer apparently. However, this is a synth that markets as much more. Filter. Sounds ok, but keep in mind that all 12 are good, regardless of calibrations. Resonance goes overboard, totally unnecessary. The Amp part flaws break out very easily, really badly. Modulation. Yes you can modulate the most here and there, here is one strength. You have a 8-seat array, in addition to the more typical ones already in place in addition to the matrix. Effects. The second strength. Or weak point depending on how you look at the matter. Reverbs, delays, chorus and dist effects are there, and everything sounds good with great effects simply. The synthesis is analogous becomes uninteresting when everything is soaked in effects. You also have flanges, phaser, etc. To me it's all, and sounds like, an AU / VST synth in a box. Certainly with unstable filters, etc. Nothing wrong with digital synths, but do not forget that there are 2 fans in this, the synth is built seasight, slavish and cheap. The software is terribly buggy. It spells out loud sound burst look as tight, hanging out, both effect algorithms and analog components can get games, and if it's bad to hear someone's hearing.
*Edited 4 years

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