Behringer begins production of Pro-1 and Crave synths

Behringer has announced that production has begun for both Pro-1 and Crave synths.

The German company broke the news on Facebook, posting photos of the synths undergoing tests and being packaged into boxes.

The Crave, which was first unveiled at Winter NAMM 2019, is a semi-modular analogue synth with a price tag of $199. Its highlights include a 3340 analogue oscillator – which is also used on Behringer’s Neutron and Sequential Prophet-5 – a 32-step sequencer as well a 16-voice poly chain.

The Pro-1, is a Eurorack clone of Sequential’s Pro-One synth. The Pro-1 is also rumoured to have the same colour, layout, switches and I/O as its forebear.

More info at behringer.com


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