We saw a few of these modules in the video about their Eurorack case but now we have the full range of this System 55 modular Eurorack system.
Based upon the 55, 35 and 15 series of Moog Modular from the 1970s. Behringer has authentically reproduced over 20 modules in Eurorack format and this is a pretty extraordinary thing. They are not all ready yet and the video is showing many that are engineering samples and prototypes but they thought we’d appreciate a quick look at them. Behringer knows us so well.
Here’s what we have so far:
- 961 Interface – dual multi-channel V-trig to S-trig converter and dual S-trig to V-trig converter.
- CP3A-M Control Panel Mixer – 4 inputs, 2 outputs, 4 point multiple.
- 995 Attenuators – 3 separate attenuators.
- 911 Envelope Generator.
- 911A Dual Trigger Delay.
- 923 Filters – low and high pass.
- CP35 Attenuators – 4 passive attenuators and multiples.
- 921A Oscillator Driver.
- 914 Fixed Filter Bank – 12 bandpass filters plus low and high pass.
- CP3A-0 Oscillator Controller.
- 902 VCA – 2 inputs and outputs.
- 992 Control Voltages – 4-channel CV routing.
- 904A Voltage Controlled Low Pass Filter.
- 944 Multiples.
- 903A Random Signal Generator.
- CP1A Power Supply Module.
- 904B Voltage Controlled High Pass Filter.
- 921 Voltage Controlled Oscillator – 6 waveforms.
- 962 Sequential Switch.
- 921B Oscillator.
- 960 Sequential Controller.
No information on price yet but according to one entry on ModularGrid.net it’s going to be around €89. With the System 100 modules going for between $49 and $99 then these are probably going to be similar.
It’s interesting to note the CP1A power supply module as that’ll be able to run their 104HP skiff as well as anyone elses case for a lot less than what we normally pay. These are definitely impressive and exciting. Although I have this feeling, the same as with the System 100, that these are complicated modules that seem slightly weird compared to modern Eurorack modules and I wonder whether newcomers attracted by the price are going to struggle with how it all works. But for the rest of us – yay!