All things..? I thought you all loved the X-32
So far I've owned their Mixer (UFX), EQ (19" and mini FBQs), Crave and the Behringer D.
The UFX is one of the ONLY mixers that multi-tracks over USB. Artutia's LP is nice -but- Analog.
I returned the EQs due to their sonics.
But, the Sound of the Behr D and Crave ... Stupendous.
Behringer is copying - umm, learning, learning from the BEST.
But, the experience of Roland and Korg, etc. means better application of different knobs and switches, imo.
For example.. Clicky buttons on the Crave? not the greatest idea. nor was the seq/arp design.
But, the signal flow was very useful and I still copy it's 'patching' over to other synths.
I have not had any Build Quality issues with Behringer.
If the Behringer EQ module stands up to Mutable's Sheves ($$ x2), and the VCAs are clean, Im in.
the Sys 100 174... or 305 (below)
if not, I have my BEAST:
selig wrote: ↑
09 Jan 2020
I've totally held off from all things Behringer for many years now. I'm not 100% how I feel about what they're doing because there is an up side (more folks able to work with these amazing synths) and a down side (cheeper construction which would only matter over time, a race to the bottom on prices especially if/when they get into Eurorack modules, etc.).
I remember when plugins first came out in the late 1990s, and something like AutoTune was around $600. Now if you're not under $100 for any plugin you're "overpriced" and "gauging". I can see similar things happening in the hardware world to some degree… ;(