Oh, great, Behringer also have 22 Moog modules I guess?
I’m worried about Behringer. They’re using this time machine a lot, without thinking about the dangers of the temporal paradox.
There’s reason to be concerned.
One, we’ve seen they already have entered some alternate reality where they’re in Banaheim, in the previous video.
Two, I really don’t want to have to write about Moog modules. But here we go. Yes, another video:
The 22 modules come from the System 55, the System 35, and the Model 15, from 1973. Moog Music has already recreated these as ultra-limited, handmade editions; no word yet on what’s actually inside the Behringer remakes.
I’m not going to go through these, but it seems Behringer’s plan is to dump a bunch of remakes onto the market. We’ll see what impact that has on the market for other hardware, which has tended to have a significantly higher price point. It seems it will inevitably hit other vintage-inspired modules, but it could impact the market for other modules, too.
See you at Superbooth, I guess? I expect Behringer will be exhibiting again. They may need … a bigger…
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