Behringer today announced Spice, a copy of the Moog Subharmonicon in desktop format.
The key visible differences in the design are that the Spice adds MIDI In/Thru, which will make it easier to sync to other MIDI gear; it’s desktop-only format, so it can’t be mounted in a Eurorack system; and it is designed to be cheaper to manufacturer.
The company has not announced specifications or features, presumably because their audience will understand that it’s a copy of the Subharmonicon.
The Behringer Spice completes the company’s Moog knockoff trilogy:
- The Behringer Crave is designed to be an inexpensive, unofficial copy of the Moog Mother-32;
- The Behringer Edge is designed to be an inexpensive, unofficial copy of the Moog DFAM; and
- The Behringer Spice is designed to be an inexpensive, unofficial copy of the Moog Subharmonicon.
Pricing and Availability:
Behringer says that the Spice is “undergoing final beta testing and hopefully will go into production soon”. They are targeting a $249 USD price.