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NAMM 2015: The Rumours Begin
As well as the KORG ARP Odyssey synthesizer which was rumoured in February, Behringer will be bringing out their version of the ARP Odyssey.
Taking to Facebook to ask their fans what they thought, Behringer suggested that they'd build an authentic version, but adding 3-mode VCF circuitry and full MIDI/USB compatbiility.
In Arturia news, they have confirmed the launch of an audio interface at NAMM 2015. The high-end interface will be portable, easy to use, although there are no other specifications or even a name yet.
Teenage Engineering have also revealed that they will offer something new at the NAMM show on 22nd January.
By Alice Thomson
Posted on 24 Dec 2014 14:35 to category : Instruments News
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