Ahead of the 2018 NAMM Show, Behringer is teasing a new synthesizer that appears to be a clone of the classic Roland Vocoder Plus VP-330.
The latest teaser photo, above, shows a control panel that looks very close to that of a Roland VP-330, below:
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
In addition to these synths, Behringer has teased five new drum machines:
- RHYTHM DESIGNER RD-808
- RHYTHM DESIGNER RD-909
- RHYTHM DESIGNER RD-999
They have not announced official details or a release date for any of these devices.
Update: 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:
Roland VP-330 image via Reverb