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Todd Smith: Behringer Neutron & Model D - One Month Review

Todd Smith has had the new Behringer synths for a month now, and is prepared to share his thoughts. Both the Neutron and Model D offer a lot of value at a low price. Hell, there are VSTs that are more expensive than these analog synths. We've got several Moog Model D apps already, so I'm mostly tempted by that Neutron.

Video Description:

I've had the Behringer Model D and Neutron for a month now and wanted to clump them together in a fast review speaking about my experience with these Behringer analog synthesizers.

I wanted to touch base on the differences in these machines, may people have asked which one they should get if they could only afford one synthesizer. I try to give my opinion and hope it helps you on your electronic music journey.

You'll see MANY videos in the future featuring the Behringer Neutron & Model D so keep a ear out.

Reader Comments 1

That’s a good summary of the two. I bought the Neutron 7 months ago due to it’s diversity over the Model D. Then I went and bought a Model D 2 months later after reading all the reviews. Both units sound really good together. The delay sounds like crap. So I use an IK Multimedia iStomp with whatever delay sounds best loaded up. I should’ve bought 2 of them when they were around.

Cool that you have Gadget sequencing both units. That was the first thing I tried when we got Taipei. Quick and painless setup, and it was a fun jam. But I bought a Beatstep Pro right before the latest Gadget release and it’s a lot more fun than my iPad Mini 2. If you ever thought about buying a Beatstep Pro to sequence your Behringer synths, I highly recommend it. Forget about the Korg SQ-1. I gotta warn you that the timing drifts using the gate i/o, and there’s no 5 pin DIN for MIDI In. Only USB.

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