Dino Park digs up some old CreamWare DSP synths and puts them in a DIY kit

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CreamWare was a big thing back at the turn of the millennium. The Pulsar system gave you an unparalleled computer-based, but DSP driven, virtual studio with emulations of some classic synthesizers and effects. Well, MakeProAudio is bringing them back with the oddly named Dino Park DIY kit. Dino Park CreamWare made some great synthesizer emulations […]

Behringer live stream their pre-NAMM demonstration synth party

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THERE ARE NO NEW SYNTHS! Behringer’s pre-NAMM party rolled into a live stream demonstration of four of their forthcoming and already known synthesizers. Hosted delightfully by original old school synth enthusiast David Perry and a more recent synth guy, musician and YouTuber MooT BooXLe. Behringer Live stream Demo Party The four synths on demo were the […]

Behringer Odyssey enters pre-production

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I heard vague and unsubstantiated rumours this week that Behringer was in financial trouble. Then a bunch of Midas engineers popped up and said no way, they are still hiring people to build cool and classic synthesizers. And as if to underline that statement Behringer has announced that their latest revitalised synthesizer, the Odyssey is […]

Superbooth 2018: Behringer Odyssey ARP clone turns up unexpectedly

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Just when you thought the Pro-One and RD-808 were enough to add to the DeepMind, Model D and Neutron, Behringer whips out an ARP Odyssey clone they are simply calling the Behringer Odyssey. Behringer Odyssey There seems to be a number of Behringer products that are not being shown to the general public, but rather are kept […]