The Elf wrote:Speaking personally, I still wouldn't touch their analogue mixing desks, or a number of their accessories, but they seem to be doing a decent (if not flawless) job with their synth recreations.
OK, right. So I guess it turns out that Uli has good taste in synths and a talent for recruitment...
I'm just Googling this; I see they joined up with Rob Keeble's AMSynths in June 2019 for example. I suppose they've gradually built up a staff of highly skilled people with a passion for this stuff.
https://www.gearnews.com/behringer-is-s ... -amsynths/
All power to Mr Keeble who has seen an opportunity to get stuck into doing the thing he loves with the huge resources of Behringer working behind him.
Sounds like Mr Keeble (who helped design their 2600) started with a Minisonic from Practical Electronics in 1975, and by 2002 he was working on a clone of the Emu Modular.