A Bank Of Patches For The DeepMind 12

Ben Crossland shows off his work      14/10/16

A good sign on the approaching release of the Behringer DeepMind 12 Analog poly synth, is that the factory presets are being loaded up. In this sounds only demo, patch designer Ben Crossland, perhaps known for his work on the Access Virus synths, shows some the bank of (128) patches he's created for the DM12 - ranging from lush, massively effected sounds, to more naked synth patches it gives a good idea of what sort of sounds this synth is capable of.

As we hear, its arrival is expected by the end of the year at $999, the UK price to be confirmed, but some say as low as £799 - we'll have to wait for confirmation.

No official specs or web page on the Behringer site yet, but when it comes it will be below

 

 

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