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  • UliBehringer
    Piano Man

    Can you guess the synth? This one's at a very early stage and we're now building our first prototype.
    I am sure you're all getting excited - I definitely am as it's one of my all time favorites Uli



    INNO Syst1 CN_Document_P0DNJ Pic01 _2019-05-27_Rev.0.jpg

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    • UliBehringer

      Judging by the amount and layout of the faders, my bet is on an Arp 2600 tribute.  

      • May 26, 2019
  • tth-music
    Contributor - Level 3

    Hi there.


    The Neutron sounds very good - but the red design is a little bit strange.


    But you can change it - with a little help from Finland.


    Have a look:


    The red design:Behringer Neutron-107.jpg


    And now my favourite overlay:

    Ostern 2019-109.jpg


    ..with a little bit patching:

    Ostern 2019-110.jpg


    Heinakroon made the overlays - thanks to him.

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    • tth-music

      I got one as well and the overlay help a great deal with the workflow- especially in a dim lit room 


      here is mine:

      neutron new frontpanel.png

      • May 23, 2019
  • scarum
    Contributor - Level 1

    I'm trying to update the Neutron to 2.0, but I can't because it says I need a newer OSX version. Which I'm not going to do, cuz my system is stable.


    Is there a solution? It's weird because in the update notes it says it should work for Yosemite (which I'm on):

    Neutron Firmware Update Instructions


    An updater tool has been provided for the following platforms
    Windows PC (Win 7 – Win 10)
    Apple Mac (OSX Yosemite, El Capitan & MacOS Sierra)
    N.B. Please unzip the Apple Mac tool prior to installing and running the following steps

    Screen Shot 2019-05-17 at 1.16.22 PM.png


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    • scarum


      The procedure is: right click on app -> show package contents-> macos folder -> run neutron updater with terminal.



      Although this can't be necessary, or at least should be documented, Behringer!
      • May 17, 2019
    • scarum

      I was unable to view this post because of my router login issue which got resolved with the help of IP Login guide. Great efforts. Thanks for sharing it. It's useful for me. 

      • May 17, 2019
    • scarum

      Change the app version or install on other operating system and then you can do cbs tv streaming easily. Let me know if this helps!

      • May 25, 2019
  • UliBehringer
    Piano Man

    Thank you for all the valuable input we have received from you. We went back to the drawing board and made some changes. Let us know your thoughts. Uli



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    • UliBehringer


      How much wiggle room do we have on this please, I would like to have a go at rearranging some things

      • May 18, 2019
  • TC-Mike
    Triber Moderator

    Hi all,


    here are some pictures from last weekends Sooperbooth in Berlin.



    Arriving at the FEZ, a former east german socialist recreation center, located in a beautiful forrest area that hosts the world's most important trade show for all things synthesizers.



    At the Behringer booth a working 909 prototype was shown alongside the Crave and the rest of the bunch.

    Great to see that our team added some useful performance features like step probability and more. 
    latest word on availability is around september. 





    Anna taking pictures of our booth. In the background  you can see Dave and Rob from the Midas synth team.



    Modular synths everywhere!   really dig the gold etched front panels here...



    First prototype of the Super 6 synth by a new player on the market ( UDO - started by former Modal engineers)

    Lovely instrument with some interesting features.


    Waldorf Kyra prototype was demoed.....   


    more modular synths:



    first Teenage engineering new pocket operator modular 400 system in the wild.


    Mg gear spotting: our TC hall of fame being used to demo modular  IMG_20190510_142321.jpg

    more gear spotting : Behringer Bass synth pedal amidst a modular setup



     eye catching headphone designs at the Fenix booth....


    nifty little processing devices from Bastl. .. 


    one trend i've noticed is Tube based eurorack modules. here we have the first eurorack module utiliziing Korg's NuTube technology in a dual tube distortion with bias and tilt control and tuneable feedback!! -sounds awesome, but pricepoint is around 400 bucks




    More Eurorack stuff:


    and the award for best front panel design goes to...     


    Pittsburgh Modular's new "voltage research labratory" 


    Pioneer Dj released the Squid, a 16 track stand- alone seqencer . Didn't see that one coming, but was quite impressed by featureset and UI. Most feature ladden sequencers available for Eurorack are far from intuitive and suffer from workflow compromises due to limited physical control options. 



    Steinberg design study for the ELK OS-  a musical framework that allows easy porting of software instruments and FX (VSTs) to embedded hardware.  Very exciting technology and my guess is that we will see more Plug- In developers branching out into hardware products.  Here we see a prototype of Cubase's Retrologue VST synth in a box.



    there are also a lot of new FX modules for Eurorack and another trend is eurorack manufacturers porting their designs into guitar pedals too:





    Who else was at Sooperbooth? How did you like it? 



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    • TC-Mike

      some more pictures and a little video showing a custom guitar controler based on the Bela platform


      Din sync latest product a monosynth based on Roland Jupiter 6 with the Filter of a jupiter 4Din sync latest product a monosynth based on Roland Jupiter 6 with the Filter of a jupiter 4the Manther- another Sh 101 inspired productthe Manther- another Sh 101 inspired productModular  systemModular systemIMG_20190510_150626.jpgYou don't have to be into cable management to love eurorack ;-)You don't have to be into cable management to love eurorack dreadbox Hypnosis- awesome looking FX box with an 80s vibe- love itdreadbox Hypnosis- awesome looking FX box with an 80s vibe- love itnew analog drum synth from the Division departement  inew analog drum synth from the Division departement iIMG_20190510_181236.jpgyet another Sh101 tribute -sporting a different look  with a very flat enclosure and the options to run on batteriesyet another Sh101 tribute -sporting a different look with a very flat enclosure and the options to run on batteriestransducer based resonance corpus used for instument amplification- interesting concepttransducer based resonance corpus used for instument amplification- interesting concept



      (view in My Videos)

      • May 13, 2019
  • David_Hilderman
    Solution Leader


    Aaron and I had a great time in Mexico City showing the people there our amazing TC Helicon gear.  I love the reaction when people first experience harmony out of our products.  Many thanks to Inovaudio for a great setup!!

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  • cnotez69
    Contributor - Level 1
  • MarcPautz
    Volunteer Moderator

    Spending some quality time with the TC Electronic Brainwaves Pitch Shifter.  Anyone else had a chance to play with one?



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    • MarcPautz

      Not yet, but can't wait to get my grubby little hands on one 

      • April 17, 2019
    • MarcPautz

      Yes! I got mine a couple of weeks ago, but I am still wrapping my own brainwaves around it. I'm really loving the Detune Chorus. I think I actually like what it does for my sound better than the Mimiq. There's less latency than with the Mimiq, but I am going to need to do a little bit more testing with both before I have a final answer on that.

      • April 18, 2019
  • Schecter777
    Contributor - Level 1


    I have two questions regarding the TC sentry noise gate pedal, any help would be much appreciated.


    1) Parametres in toneprint app? There is no "official" explaination yet on what the parametres do (in the case of the noise gate) and I know almost nothing about audio engineering, so i can't customize the levels without doing random things. If anyone knows something about that would be cool


    2) Sustain being cut down? It is a major problem that sometimes happens at high gain settings where you need tighter gates, the problem is that sustain will be cut down. Again probably it could be tweaked from the toneprint app but i don't have any idea on how to adjust parametres. Any clue?


    Here they are some photos from the toneprint app:image.pngimage.pngimage.pngimage.png

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    • Schecter777

      It's always going to be a trade-off between noise and sustain with a gate. You can lower the threshold, which will keep the gate off for lower guitar signal.


      You can make the attack longer so the gate takes longer to engage, but that will give you noise if you play staccato.


      You can also alter the knee. 


      Basically threshold sets the level where the pedal gates. Attack sets how long it takes to gate. Hold sets how long the pedal waits before it checks for signal again. Release sets how fast it opens the gate. Damping sets how much it turns the signal down when the gate is closed. The knee sets how sensitive the gate is near the threshold. Hard knee gates right at the threshold, soft knee gates a like at a time. I believe ratio is related  to this.


      Best bet is to find presets you like and look at the settings.

      • April 16, 2019
  • pinhead
    Contributor - Level 2


    Hey everyone, I'm in need of a little advice here regarding multiple cabs. I'd like to run both cabs at once, and still use my attenuator. Being that the head has parallel outputs, is this possible without an attenuator for each cabinet? Obviously, I'd have to chain both cabinets into one line for this to work.

    I'm attaching a picture of the rear plates of my gear for reference. Feel free to draw lines for the proper hookup and reupload it, if possible. Any help would be greatly appreciated. I don't want to screw my gear up, and I know there's probably multiple ways, but I'd like to learn to do it correctly.

    A few notes:
    1) My head is a Bugera V55HD Infinium with parallel outs with switchable resistance (4, 8, or 16).
    2) The attenuator is a Bugera PS-1 Powersoak with 4, 8, and 16 ohm inputs to match whatever you're setting the head to.
    3) The 2x12 is a Bugera 212TS with 4 or 16 ohm inputs in mono.
    4) The 4x12 is a Bugera 412TS with 16 ohm input and output in mono.

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    • pinhead

      Head 8Ω<---->Power Soak at 8Ω<---->412TS <-->212TS: Both cabs in 16Ω: With both cabs in parallel the powersoak sees 8Ω.


      • March 14, 2019
    • pinhead


      • March 14, 2019
    • pinhead

      Hey @DaveMorrison thanks so much for your replies. Sorry, I didn't get a notification.
      What you have there is exactly what I figured, but I thought the cabs would end up as 32 ohms in that setup.
      The cabs are in series, correct?

      • March 23, 2019
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