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One Synth To Rule Them All!
This is my first foray into the world of hardware synths. I've only had it for under a month now, but it is amazing. The downside that some people see is that the waveforms are limited, but that doesn't really matter since it is based off a Juno 106 which had a limited number of waveforms. I'm able to create awesome bass sounds and a bevy of retro sounds for my synthwave productions. I also wanted to see just what I could produce with it and after awhile created a psytrance track entierly with deepmind sounds. I am still very green on learning to program this synth, but am looking forward to the journey.
Lots of Synth for the $$$
Initially billed as a juno 106 clone (it gets close) the DM12 is far more synth than a Juno. 12 voices that can be stacked and octaved in interesting ways, a deep mod matrix, mod envelope and great sounding FX make this synth some of the best bang for your buck currently on the market. If Behringer can keep up this level of product at the reasonable price point it can be purchased at I think a lot of us will be taking a harder look at the brand. This synth does not feel like a compromise. The only thing i find lacking is a sine osc, but as intended to be a 106, it makes sense that it's not there.
Great value again and again from behringer
12 voices, 2 osc, 2 lfo, 3 env, 4 fx slots. no competition at this price point whatsoever. sound quality is great with the weak point for me being the fx section. filter sounds great, env are greatly developed with the adjustable curves, patch making and saving is the best I have ever seen on a analog synth. overall just a joy especially for $400-$600