A video has emerged of some bloke tearing apart the forthcoming Behringer Model D analogue synthesizer. From the YouTube channel Synthpro they get to the guts of this Minimoog clone and find out what makes it tick.
Behringer Model D teardown
Everything is broken down to the smallest detail, every screw and component analysed and considered. The man also notes that it is a prototype and so things can change in the production model. You get a proper view of the guts of this synth with a knowledgeable narration. He mentions how it can be easily Eurorack – although we already know this to be a feature. There are other bits and bobs that will get tidied up and won’t make it into the final version.
The trimmers for the calibration are now located directly on the board and can be adjusted from the rear. Although for this you do have to open it. The board allows for modifications and looks easy to fix.
The man (Jareth) says that to him this is less of a classic but fabulous value for money. Check out the video for the full sense of what this synth is all about.