Cockdiesel wrote:I think you have to know what your dealing with. Not paying attention to the stuff you buy and pulling a fomo is a bad cycle.
Model d felt like the cheap squire Stratocaster vs a vintage fender. Yea they both might be close and are both guitars but that last little bit is all the magic. There are very legit uses for these generic instruments, don’t get it twisted. However I’ll say it again. I’ll take one oscillator of the moog-32 over the three and knock off filter on the model d. Anyday. Give me more midi options like parameter controls over midi and maybe my opinion changes some.
I think this is great on behringer because other companies slacking will need to actually get competitive. I would way rather go a behringer clone than any of the roland boutiques.
These will get you most of the way, same work flow magic, and with some work you can can even excel beyond the vintage sounds with todays plethora of options.
The thing is they are not cheap knockoffs.
The reason Behringer can afford to sell their products at lower prices is because they own an entire manufacturing city in China and acquired the companies who make the analog filter chips, opamps, capacitors, and resistors that Roland, Yamaha, Korg, and Moog uses for their synths.
They completely cut out the middle man, therefore cutting the costs to us the prosumer. Your Moog Mother32, Matriarch, and Grandmother got Behringer chips inside. Like most of your digital cameras have Sony sensors...