Zukan wrote:So we all good with a company copying legendary synths and riding off the back of the painstakingly built brand?
I hear what you're saying, Zuke. I've certainly said my fair share about this issue in the past.
Putting aside Moog for a moment, if Behringer are prepared to produce the Pro-One that DSI aren't making, the ARP 2600 that ARP/Korg, aren't making, the OBXa that Oberheim aren't making, or the VP-330 that Roland aren't making... then fair game I say.
The Model D is slightly different, in that it does, indeed, tread firmly on the toes of what was
a current Moog model. However... when a company like Moog are happy to slap a cheap external PSU on a 3500 quid synth I can only have so much sympathy.
The main thing is that Behringer are doing all of this legally, and that's fair enough for me.