by Robin Vincent | 4,0 / 5,0 | Approximate reading time: 1 Minute
Behringer Victor

Behringer Victor  ·  Source: Behringer


Behringer has released a couple of new photos of the Eurorack version of the forthcoming PRO-VS mini synth. Now called Victor it’s the first news out of Behringer for months.



No new details to share about this Eurorack module other than Behringer saying that they’ve successfully squeezed the Pro-VS engine into the Victor module. But as Behringer has been quiet for so long, I felt it was worth reminding ourselves that they are still developing products.

The general idea with vector synthesis is that you have four oscillators placed in the corners of a 2D plane. You then use a joystick to move in the space between the corners generating continuously changing mixes of those waveforms.

The layout has changed a bit since we first saw a prototype of this module back in April and Behringer put a lot of this down to community input. It now has half as many knobs, it’s lost a couple of patch points and has gained a USB port. Behringer has moved on from the ugly-looking port from the BRAINS to a more pleasing USB-C port for the Victor. I hope that remains a trend.

Otherwise, it looks like a useful module. I like the fact that the joystick has an output for the XY movement, meaning that it could control other modules.

Hopefully, Behringer will soon get past the current issues they are experiencing due to the chip shortages. We’re looking forward to enjoying some of the back catalogue of promised synths and modules.

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