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Behringer DeepMind 12 True Analog 12-Voice Polyphonic Synthesizer

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True Analog 12-Voice Polyphonic Synthesizer with 4 FX Engines, 2 OSCs and LFOs per Voice, 3 ADSR Generators, 8-Channel Modulation Matrix, 32-Step Control Sequencer, Tablet Remote Control and Built-In Wifi

DEEPMIND 12

True Analog 12-Voice Polyphonic Synthesizer with 4 FX Engines, 2 OSCs and LFOs per Voice, 3 ADSR Generators, 8-Channel Modulation Matrix, 32-Step Control Sequencer, Tablet Remote Control and Built-In Wifi

 

Features

Classic polyphonic synthesizer with 12 true analog voices for insanely fat and authentic sounds

4 simultaneous world-class TC ELECTRONIC and KLARK TEKNIK FX with over 30 algorithms including Reverb, Chorus, Flanger, Phaser, Delay and multi-band Distortion

12 voices with 2 OSCs per voice with oscillator sync mode

2 LFOs per voice with 7 waveform shapes, key sync, MIDI sync and envelope auto-triggering

3 ADSR generators per voice for control of VCF, VCA and MOD envelopes 

Flexible 8-channel modulation matrix with 19 sources and over 130 destinations including effects parameters

32-step control sequencer with adjustable slew rate and MIDI sync

Full remote control via iPad*/PC/Mac* and selected Android* App over USB, MIDI or built-in WiFi for extended parameter control

49 semi-weighted full-size keys featuring velocity sensitivity and after-touch

Pure analog signal path based on legendary VCF and VCA designs

OSC 1 generates sawtooth and square/pulse waveforms with pulse width modulation

OSC 2 generates square/pulse waveforms with tone modulation

Selectable dual slope 12/24 dB analog low pass filter per voice with adjustable resonance

Envelope faders seamlessly transform individual envelope segments between linear, exponential and reverse exponential curves

Powerful unison and poly modes with detune, pan spread and drift parameters featuring up to 12 voices per note
 
Global noise generator dramatically expands waveform generation

Incredible polyphonic portamento with flexible fixed rate, fixed time and exponential pitch glide modes

Sophisticated arpeggiator with tap tempo button and user configurable pattern modes

Chord and PolyChord memories enable polyphonic performances from monophonic playing styles

True bypass mode for pure and high-integrity analog tone

Global variable 6 dB high pass filter with powerful bass boost switch

26 sliders and one switch per function give direct and real-time access to all important parameters

Spring-loaded pitch and assignable modulation wheels provide total hands-on performance 

LCD Display with encoder, navigation switches and data value slider for rapid menu parameter editing and program selection

1024 user program memories with “compare and match” feature to quickly match all analog controls to values stored in program

Fully servo-balanced stereo outputs for highest signal integrity

CV/pedal input for connection to modular systems

Comprehensive MIDI implementation (including NRPN/CC control of all parameters and bulk load/save)

Integrated and configurable WiFi client / Access point allows easy and secure connection to home network

3-Year Warranty Program*

Designed and engineered in the U.K.
 
 

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