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Behringer's controversial Minimoog Model D clone has a working prototype

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Behringer are one step closer to the release of their controversial Minimoog Model D clone.

Pictures posted on the Gearslutz forum show a working prototype of the Model D clone circuit board, where you can roughly see the positioning of the knobs that are associated with the original’s control panel.

Whilst Behringer are moving fast with their clone of the legendary synth, they also state that whilst they have a working motherboard it will be some time before the actual product will hit the shelves — it's likely to land by the end of the year. 

Behringer broke the internet earlier this year with the announcement of their forthcoming range of ultra-affordable synths, that will retail for around $49.

 

Mick Wilson is DJ Mag’s Tech Editor. Follow him on Twitter here.

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