The latest teaser photo, above, shows a control panel that looks very close to that of a Roland VP-330, below:
With the Minimoog Model D clone (Behringer Model D) nearing completion, and confirmation that OB-Xa, OSCar, ARP2600 replicants and more are in the
works, Behringer have given us a big, juicy clue as to another synth clone they have in development.
The company has not made any official announcement about a VP-330 clone at this point, so details are to come.
Behringer has previously shared teasers for an entire studio of clones, including:
- WASP DELUXE Analog Synthesizer with Dual OSCs, VCF, Multi-Mode VCF, 16-Voice Poly Chain and Eurorack Format
- ARP 2600 Semi-Modular Analog Synthesizer with 3 VCOs and Multi-Mode VCF in a 6U Rack-Mount Format
- Octave The CAT Paraphonic Analog Synthesizer with Dual VCOs, 4 Mixable Waveforms, External Signal Processor, 16-Voice Poly Chain and Eurorack Format
- SYNTHI VCX3 Analog Synthesizer with 3 VCOs, VCF, LFO, Ring Modulator and Reverb
- MS-101-BK, MS-101-GY, MS-101-BU – Analog Synthesizer with 32 Full-Size Keys, 3340 VCO with 4 Simultaneous Waveforms, VCF, ADSR, 32-Step Sequencer, Arpeggiator and Live Performance Kit
- K-20 – Analog and Semi-Modular Synthesizer with Dual VCOs, Ring Modulator, External Signal Processor, 16-Voice Poly Chain and Eurorack Format
Roland has already reissued the VP-330, using ACB for their Boutique range of synths as the VP-03.
With Roland’s own VP-03 priced at just $349, Behringer should undercut that price in order to attract customers.
Behringer has shared these additional photos, which show the Behringer Vocoder and String Ensemble VC340 name. They have not announced details, but do note that they’ve added key velocity: