Behringer has now set its sights on creating a clone of Korg’s iconic ARP 2600 synth now that the synth is now out of copyright.
Behringer has shared some preliminary designs for their recently announced Minimoog clone, the Behringer D. You can see them below.
The company’s founder Uli Behringer shared the details via a post on the Gearslutz forum, stating that the designs were from an early prototype.
Behringer founder Uli Behringer has revealed that the tech giant intends to build a budget clone of Moog’s classic Minimoog Model D synth.
The announcement that Behringer are set to make a replica of the vintage synth, which was originally made in the 1970s, was made on the Gearslutz forum.
Behringer are free to clone the classic synth as the technology is now over 40 years old, meaning the patent on its engineering has expired.
Speaking about cloning the classic Minimoog synth, Behringer described the process as a “rather minimal engineering effort”.
Marquis Hawkes has turned in a remix of Herb Alpert’s 1979 hit single ‘Rise’ for the track’s remix EP, which will be released through Herb Alpert Presents / ADA on Friday 21st October. We’ve got the exclusive premiere of it below.
Having seen his work released through Dixon Avenue Basement Jams, Clone, Aus Music and Crème Organization in recent years, Hawkes has gone on to have a massive 2016 so far, with his ‘Social Housing’ album one of the standouts of the summer.
Clone TV have been crowned winners of the first ever business startup award in the EDM industry.
The company develops software to automate unmanned cameras for live streaming events. They won the award during EDMbiz, held last month in Las Vegas during EDC Weekend.