Behringer tease a Eurorack version of the ARP 2500

“What would you say if we made one of the world’s most desirable synths available to you?” says Behringer in a Facebook post.

Behringer have been creating many high-profile Eurorack module format clones of some of the most popular synthesizers such as the Roland System 100M, as well as Moog’s 55, 35 and 15 modules.

The latest Eurorack version Behringer are working on appears to be the ARP 2500, according to a recent Facebook post.

The 1970s 2500 is one of the most complex modular sythesizers ARP developed. Including 15 modules, combining VCO, oscillators, filters, envelope generators, modulators, sample & hold sequencer, and more.

No word yet on pricing or availabilty.

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