Behringer Want To Hear Your Story

Use their Gear and Reach the World      30/07/10

I guess there can't be too many musicians who haven't come across a Behringer product at some stage of their musical career, and now the company wants to feature stories from their users in an up-coming promotional campaign...


"Musicians have many different goals when they acquire audio gear. Some are recording demos, some are looking only to perform live. Some perform to a devoted regional fan base while others perform on tour to crowds all over the world. Everyone has a unique story to tell.  

When we started 21 years ago, our founder’s dream was to engineer quality, affordable gear, so that musicians could focus on their inspirations and aspirations—not their challenges. We’ve seen  many testimonials from people just like you via our social media networks, such as, and

We’ve watched videos, and read posts and messages from people who’ve utilized BEHRINGER gear to reach new levels with their art. If you’re not already speaking to us through those forums, we’d love to hear from you.
How has owning a piece of BEHRINGER gear helped you take steps towards achieving your dreams?
We want to hear your story.
We’d like to offer the chance for you, and your story, to be featured in an upcoming global promotional campaign. If your story is selected, this could mean a rare opportunity to gain exposure to a worldwide audience via the web and in print.

Several ways to share your story: the best way may be with a video on Youtube (become a subscriber/friend to share the link). You can also leave a post on our Facebook wall with pictures or a video link. If you prefer, you can also send an email to

Thank you, from all of us here at BEHRINGER, for being a such a huge part of our company's story!


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