Behringer Deepmind 12
 
ANALOG
DIGITAL
POLY
FILTERS
ENV
LFOs
EFFECTS
ARPEGG.
SEQ
TIMBRES
OUR RATING
USER RATING
2 OSC
NONE
12 Voice
2 Filters
3 Env.
2 LFOs
4 Eff.
Yes
32 Steps
Mono
NOT YET REVIEWED
 

Release Date: 2016
Price at Release Date: $1049.99
(Current price may differ)

Specifications
• 2 Analog Oscillator(s)
• 12 Voice Polyphony
• Mono-Timbral
• 3 Envelopes
• 2 LFOs
• 2 Filters
• 4 Effects
• Arpeggiator
• 32 Step Sequencer
Please review the Behringer Deepmind 12


     
The Behringer Deepmind 6 and 12 are a departure from the idea that polyphonic analog synthesizers must be expensive and out of reach for the mass population. The Deepmind 6 and 12 series are great sounding analog synths, with great effects and a comprehensive mod matrix, at a ridiculously low price. The oscillators have plenty of low end and can sound very powerful especially if played in unison mode. When played in polyphonic mode they can produce wonderful dreamy pads and endless shimmers. If you've always wanted to own a polyphonic analog synth and you are on a limited budget without compromising sound quality, then look no further, the Behringer Deepmind series will meet all your expectations. We prefer the 12 voice version, however the 6 voice is fine for most applications.

SYNTHREV RATING: VERY HIGHLY RECOMMENDED AND INEXPENSIVE

PROs
- Great sounding fully analog synth
- Two LFOs, four effects, and three envelopes
- Great sequencer
- Easy to navigate the hardware interface, very intuitive
- 12 voice polyphonic
- Very inexpensive

CONs
- Screen is low resolution (but you get used to it)
- Some menu diving is necessary to take advantage of the mod matrix
PROs

CONs


The Behringer Deepmind 6 and 12 are a departure from the idea that polyphonic analog synthesizers must be expensive and out of reach for the mass population. The Deepmind 6 and 12 series are great sounding analog synths, with great effects and a comprehensive mod matrix, at a ridiculously low price. The oscillators have plenty of low end and can sound very powerful especially if played in unison mode. When played in polyphonic mode they can produce wonderful dreamy pads and endless shimmers. If you've always wanted to own a polyphonic analog synth and you are on a limited budget without compromising sound quality, then look no further, the Behringer Deepmind series will meet all your expectations. We prefer the 12 voice version, however the 6 voice is fine for most applications.

SYNTHREV RATING: VERY HIGHLY RECOMMENDED AND INEXPENSIVE

PROs
- Great sounding fully analog synth
- Two LFOs, four effects, and three envelopes
- Great sequencer
- Easy to navigate the hardware interface, very intuitive
- 12 voice polyphonic
- Very inexpensive

CONs
- Screen is low resolution (but you get used to it)
- Some menu diving is necessary to take advantage of the mod matrix