OK. Here's the big news... it's bigger than big... it's big, fat and it's called Poly D.
Yes, Behringer have only gone and given their Model D (Moog Minimoog Model D clone) greater polyphony and essentially created a 4-voice, polyphonic version of one of the world's most wanted synthesizers.
I'll repeat again. A polyphonic Minimoog Model D clone. Polyphonic. And it comes with a keyboard and 4-voices.
EDIT: From our understanding the 4 oscillators run through a single filter. This suggests the Poly D is paraphonic as opposed to polyphonic. However, it's still an excellent sounding machine and we'd highly encourage checking out the video below.
OK. Here's the skinny...
Here's a shot of the 4 oscillators on the Poly D:
We're going to update this article with details as they emerge on the new Behrigner Poly D.
Althought availability and price haven't been announced yet, we'd definitely expect this 'warp drive' beast to be below the $1,000 USD mark. I wouldn't be surprised if Behringher were somehow able to bring this into the $699 USD ball park area. They will probably sell a ton of these synths... and just in time for Christmas!
If you haven't already, watch the video above. Skip to around the 9:30 mark for music demos.
Wait... you want more video demos of the Behringer Poly D? Check out this video from MrFireChild...!
AND... Click here to watch the much anticipated Loopop review (with patching ideas).
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