Behringer just unveiled the return of a Roland drum machine classic

It’s been a month since 808 Day and Behringer have just gotten the world drooling again over the return of another of Roland’s classic Drum Machines.

At this year’s Knobcon, the self proclaimed “World’s Only Synthesizer Convention”, Behringer unveiled the latest modern update for one of Roland’s classic and modern music-shaping drum machines. This time they are are bringing back the 909 day, as announced on 909 Day unsurprisingly, in the shape of the RD-909.

The interface seems to have a similarly updated design as the RD-808 has been given, however details are currently limited. The prototype currently is unfortunately only a 3D printed prototype and not a working device so we don’t quite know how it works or sounds yet.

There is also no word yet on release dates or prices so we’ll just have to make do with salivating over a picture for now until Behringer bring out more details, hopefully soon.

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