Welcome to my first video with the Behringer Model D. Most of us know that this is based on (clone, copy, whatever you want to call it – no politics here though!) the classic Moog Minimoog Model D and if you didn’t now you do. In this video I introduce the device tell you what it is, go through the features and show off several patches and sounds ranging from FM, filter oscillator, bass line, filter sweeps, making percussion sounds, eurorack modulation, audio rate modulation, CV over LFO, noise, feedback and a whole load more.
The full videos of those little patch jams will all be uploaded separately and I’m working on a series of videos looking to highlight each section of the device included the controllers and connections, oscillator bank, mixer, filter, modifiers and output section. As well as then going beyond that into some sound design and integration with a eurorack case and system.