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Behringer Vocoder VC-340

Behringer Vocoder VC-340  ·  Source: Behringer

Behringer Vocoder VC-340 rear

Behringer Vocoder VC-340 rear  ·  Source: Behringer


The tease is over! Finally, Behringer gives us some images of the finished Roland VP-330 clone that they are calling the Vocoder VC340.


Vocoder VC340

It very closely resembles the Roland Vocoder Plus, to the point of being completely identical. Let’s look at the two side-by-side.

Behringer VC340 and Roland VP-330

Behringer VC340 and Roland VP-330 · Source: Behringer, Matrix Synth

There is currently no other information but we have to assume that it’s going to follow the functionality of the Roland. Behringer also highlights on the Facebook post that it’s also a “string ensemble”.

Of all the vintage synths Behringer could choose to cover this one, for me at least, is the oddest. As I commented in my article about the teasing I’m not sure how many of us need vocoders in our lives. But there you are. Do check out the SOS article below as it gives all the reasons why this is not just about robot voices for disco records. The VC340 looks perfect, because it looks exactly like the VP-330, and who doesn’t want a cool piece of retro gear cluttering up their studio?

More information

  • Behringer facebook post
  • Article on the VP-330 from Sound On Sound magazine September 1995


Behringer Vocoder VC-340

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