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Techno stalwart Peter Van Hoesen puts the new Behringer Model D Analog Synthesizer through its paces for Telekom Electronic Beats TV and Bonedo.de. It’s one of the most talked about synths to arrive in recent months, but can it live up to its reputation as an affordable alternative to the legendary Minimoog synthesizer? Van Hoesen gives us the lowdown. Wanna see more EB.TV gear reviews? http://bit.ly/2vI7gF5
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Monophonic synth or polyphonic synth? You’ve considered things like type of synthesis (analog versus digital), size, number of keys, and connectivity. You’ve thought about new versus vintage and weighed the pros and cons of both. You’ve made a list of different manufacturers, visited shops to try them out, and watched countless hours of demos on YouTube. But now the question is: Which do you need? Justin Delay is here to help make the decision less intimidating. Read more on Reverb: https://goo.gl/wRChg3 Get a Moog Grandmother: https://goo.gl/9PXoPY Get a Korg Prologue: https://goo.gl/DVs4zA Get a Korg Minilogue: https://goo.gl/aLzJWv
Behringer Neutron unboxing, demo, and ditty made using four patches created on it.
Grandmother is Moog's latest semi modular synth - this clip reviews it and explore's what give it its character. Want ALL my tips in one convenient place including those to come in the future? Check out my In-Complete Book of Electronic Music Ideas, Tips and Tricks: ► Patreon: https://patreon.com/loopop Money can't buy you Grandmother's love, but it can get you a Moog Grandmother. If you do choose to purchase it and want to help the channel, this affiliate link doesn't make it any more expensive but supports the channel - Thanks! Moog Grandmother: https://bhpho.to/2ALAlqt JOIN ME HERE: ► Web: https://loopopmusic.com ► Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/loopopmusic ► Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/loopopmusic ► Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/loopopmusic 1:10 What gives Grandmother her character 1:30 The Spring Reverb 2:30 The Mixer 3:20 Patch layout 4:20 User interface 4:50 Hard sync 5:25 Modulation 7:25 3rd oscillator 8:45 Playing chords 9:20 Short demo of the different waveforms 10:40 The low pass filter 12:40 The main envelope 13:30 A 2nd envelope 14:15 The arpeggiator and sequencer 15:45 Glide modes 16:20 Patch ideas 17:30 The utilities module 20:25 Generating feedback 20:50 More patching ideas 22:30 Playing paraphonically 25:00 Pros & cons Grandmother is the latest semi-modular analog synth from Moog. There have been increasingly more and more semi modular synths released in recent years and the demand for rewiring synths and interfacing them with other modular gear grows. In this clip I explore what's special about Moog's Grandmother, and it turns out there's quite a lot there, especially if you look beneath the surface. For example, while the front panel seems to show only two oscillators and one envelope, in reality, Grandmother has three fully functioning volt/octave oscillators (four if you count the self resonating filter), two and even three envelopes, and is capable of being played paraphonically. All of these and plenty more patching ideas, tips and tricks are explored in this clip NOTE: Occasionally I’ll try out affiliate marketing and include affiliate links. This means that I may earn a commission when you click on or make purchases via affiliate links. The content of this clip is entirely my opinion, and was not paid for or dictated in any what by the company creating the gear. Without addressing the particulars of products shown here as they might be under NDA, gear shown on this channel may be either sent by the manufacturer, on loan for review or bought at a discount.
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The Behringer Model D is an homage (or clone, depending on your point of view...) to the classic and legendary Minimoog Model D.
Behringer's main achievement, aside from creating a faithful and great sounding synth, is pricing it at $300. In this video I review some of the "cons" of this synth, and the many "pros" that make it a very enjoyable synthesizer, including three oscillators, a classic ladder filter, 5 modulation sources, two envelopes, two LFOs and a small but capable set of patch points.
Gear used alongside the D:
The Arturia Keystep
Cremacaffe Kosmo stand
NOTE: Occasionally I’ll try out affiliate marketing and include affiliate links. This means that I may earn a commission when you click on or make purchases via affiliate links. The content of this clip is entirely my opinion, and was not paid for or dictated in any what by the company creating the gear. Without addressing the particulars of products shown here as they might be under NDA, gear shown on this channel may be either sent by the manufacturer, on loan for review or bought at a discount.