Behringer today share this teaser of their plans for an ARP 2600 clone.
The first Behringer 2600 teaser, above, features AMSynths’ Rob Keeble sharing discussing his background and how he’s involved in creating the Behringer 2600 clone. It also features sounds and footage of a vintage ARP 2600, but no details on the ‘BARP 2600’.
The second teaser video, below, features video and sounds from a prototype of the Behringer 2600:
The Behringer 2600 is a more compact design that dispenses with the built-in speakers. Keeble notes that the electronics are surface-mount instead of through-hole. It looks like the Behringer 2600 also eliminates the original’s case and keyboard, which should allow it to be much more affordable.
Details on pricing and availability are to be announced, but Keeble says that they are aiming to have the production version to show at Superboth 2020.
Update: Behringer’s third teaser for their 2600 offers more audio demos: