Behringer have been shaking the music industry recently with their groundbreaking clones of seminal analogue synths from yesteryear, and it definitely doesn't look like they're slowing down anytime soon. They've now begun the roll out of the PRO-1 module, a fantastic sounding copy of Sequential Circuits' famous mono synth of the '80s.
Behringer's PRO-1 is an incredibly faithful replication of Dave Smith's original design, which was made popular via the likes of Depeche Mode, New Order and The Prodigy, with three simultaneous ocsillator shapes, two envelope generators, a classic four-pole filter, modulation matrix and a powerful LFO. There's also a 64 note dual sequencer and three pattern arpeggiator to send this thing straight into dank industrial territory, while 16-voice poly chaining lets you hook up multiple modules for a fat, creamy polyphonic sound.
Check out how the PRO-1 sounds below. We can't wait to get our mitts all over this thing!
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