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What's The Next Analog Poly Synth From Behringer? You Choose...
Rounik Sethi on Mon, October 26th 0 comments
After the recent UB-Xa progress, firmware update, and call for beta testers, Behringer are turning their attention to the next big analog poly synth on the horizon...

... and they want to know what analog polyphonic synthesizer you'd like for your studio! Here's what Uli Behringer tells us about the next steps. And we'd highly recommend you follow up with your comments here on AskAudio or over on their Facebook post here.

As we’re reaching the completion of our flagship UB-Xa synthesizer, our Manchester engineering is getting ready for the next adventure. Over the past 3 years we have developed a highly advanced operating system for analog polyphonic synthesizers, which will allow to design future synths at a much faster time frame. We’ve invested huge amount of resources in building a highly configurable and scalable platform – a true industry-first innovation.

The UK synthesizer team is very excited to hear all your requests. Dream big - regardless of any current or second-hand market prices. For 30 years it has been Behringer’s philosophy to offer you products at real-world prices and at a fraction of any competition. How do we do this? We do produce all our products and even many components in-house and also don’t waste your money on advertisement. This allows us to pass these savings back on to you, while 100% of our proceeds get reinvested into the company – all for one purpose, to continue to offer you products at the highest quality and lowest prices. Of course, all our products come with an industry-leading 3-year warranty program.

So now it’s your turn and tell us which next poly synth you want us to make and why - a clone or new design. Shoot…

And one more thing.
We have recently launched our Music Tribe market place where you can buy and sell equipment - all for free. Unlike eBay or Reverb, we take zero commission. Check out https://freemusictribe.com
Uli Behringer

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