As Behringer’s first foray into the world of synthesis, the DeepMind12 synthesizer has been the topic of plenty of conversation this past year. From Uli Behringer’s message-board missives to official release announcements, there’s been plenty of buzz — at NAMM 2017, we got to see what the fuss is all about in person.
It’s immediately clear that this analog/digital hybrid synth has a Juno-esque vibe. One thing you can’t tell from photos and videos is that it’s got surprising heft for a 49-key synth. It’s also got integrated wifi, allowing you to control it via tablet.
That functionality speaks to how accessible the DeepMind aims to be, and it’s got a street price of $999 to match. Check out Justin’s walkthrough of the DeepMind above — then check out the rest of our NAMM 2017 synth coverage below.
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