Synth Deals from Behringer, Moog, and Pittsburgh Modular!
This week’s Synth Deals roundup features some exciting offers from Thomann. From vintage-style clones to more involved semi-modular desktop synths and Eurorack modules, there should be someone for everyone here.
What’s on offer with this week’s Synth Deals?
Let’s take a closer look at what’s available:
Behringer 130 Dual VCA
- Get 40% off the Behringer 130 Dual VCA module from Thomann
The 130 gives you two VCAs in one relatively compact (16 HP) module. What’s more, each one has a set of 3 adjustable inputs and 3 modulation inputs that add more creative versatility.
The main output section gives you a choice of high and low gain options and you have a switch to select either linear or exponential modes. Overall, it provides great value at a price that’s hard to beat.
Behringer Wasp Deluxe
- Save big on the Behringer Wasp Deluxe from Thomann
Behringer’s affordable remake of the EDP Wasp from 1978 is a great addition to your synth collection. It captures all the elements of the original and can also be connected with your Eurorack system and used as a synth voice.
The Wasp was loved for its wonky and warm analogue tones, and this is a really affordable way to get there. With its multimode analogue filter and multiple LFO shapes, you can quickly create leads, basses, and rhythmic patterns.
- Get nearly 30% off the Behringer 2600 from Thomann
The famous ARP 2600 from 1971 is often rated by synth enthusiasts as one of the greatest instruments ever designed. Renowned for the pure sound of its oscillators and smooth musical filter, the 2600 has featured on countless tracks from some of our favourite artists.
Although it’s monophonic, it offers extensive sound-shaping capabilities. It shines on leads and basses, but you can also produce a wide range of more atmospheric sounds. So if you’re a fan of vintage synths, this is a great opportunity.
- Get 10% off the Moog Subharmonicon from Thomann
The Subharmonicon brings a slightly different approach to synthesis in a compact form factor. Each of the two oscillators has two subharmonic channels with individual parameters for both frequency and level.
What’s more, the dual polyrhythmic on-board sequencer provides an awesome starting point from a creative standpoint. Of course you get the classic sound of the Moog filter and a basic envelope system, but the modulation capabilities are wild.
Pittsburgh Modular Taiga
- Save 10% on the Pittsburgh Modular Taiga from Thomann
If you’re looking for a way into modular style synthesis, the Taiga provides a great set of tools for designing sounds and rhythms. Each of the 3 oscillators has individual controls for pitch, FM, shape (sine, triangle, sawtooth, square), and waveshaper/wavefolder.
In addition, there’s an arpeggiator, random sequencer, clock divider, and clock generator with tap tempo, sample & hold. You even get analogue delay built in. Overall, the Taiga offers an awesome approach to sound creation with great potential when linking with other gear.
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- Behringer 2600: Behringer
- Moog Subharmonicon: Moog