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Introducing the Behringer UB-Xa

Sounds absolutely fantastic.

Comments

  • Sounds beautiful.

  • @knewspeak said:
    Sounds beautiful.

    Honestly. Sounds like a dream synth.

  • @cyberheater said:

    @knewspeak said:
    Sounds beautiful.

    Honestly. Sounds like a dream synth.

    Just wish it was available as a module.

  • It does sounds great but with my precious experiences with Behringers synths I’ve kinda sworn off buying anything from them that isn’t one of those sub-$100 pocket synths. Maybe the quality is better now though. It should be anyway after how long they took on this.

  • Idk, my DM12 is still pretty solid after 4+ years of ownership. Never had a single issue with it, other than being bewildered by its depth.

    This new synth looks and sounds amazing.

  • @HotStrange said:
    It does sounds great but with my precious experiences with Behringers synths I’ve kinda sworn off buying anything from them that isn’t one of those sub-$100 pocket synths. Maybe the quality is better now though. It should be anyway after how long they took on this.

    Yeah I had a Pro-1 die on me. Sounded great but I’d rather have stuff I can rely on.

  • Sounds great indeed!

    @BroCoast said:

    @HotStrange said:
    It does sounds great but with my precious experiences with Behringers synths I’ve kinda sworn off buying anything from them that isn’t one of those sub-$100 pocket synths. Maybe the quality is better now though. It should be anyway after how long they took on this.

    Yeah I had a Pro-1 die on me. Sounded great but I’d rather have stuff I can rely on.

    Oh that's sad. But it's analog, repairing it shouldn't be too difficult.

  • No matter what I do, I will never understand people’s love of the oberheim synth…to me it’s nothing special at all. The only unique thing it can do is not cut out as much bass when the resonance gets pushed up. I just can’t make myself GAS for it at all.
    It’s right up there with those thin Dave Smith offerings that I don’t like. The trifecta of synths I hate are: OB anything, Prophet anything, and most of all Korg wave station. No Thanks. My Fantom EX, deepmind12, peak, hydra, microfreak, minifreak, osmose, and Iridium all sound much better and can produce way more variety to my ears than this 1500 behringer clone or its 5000.00 oberheim twin. If I am spending that kind of money it’s easily on a Super Gemini! No comp!

    This is all my venting and opinions…and do not reflect the opinions and worship of other gear users…lol

  • I think it sounds great

    Now if I only had an extra $1000 to toss around 😋

  • Hopefully the tech they've developed for this flagship poly will get used in other polysynths they develop.
    I believe they are working on a Juno 60/106. When that comes out it will be day one for me.

  • @MrSmileZ said:
    No matter what I do, I will never understand people’s love of the oberheim synth…to me it’s nothing special at all. The only unique thing it can do is not cut out as much bass when the resonance gets pushed up. I just can’t make myself GAS for it at all.
    It’s right up there with those thin Dave Smith offerings that I don’t like. The trifecta of synths I hate are: OB anything, Prophet anything, and most of all Korg wave station. No Thanks. My Fantom EX, deepmind12, peak, hydra, microfreak, minifreak, osmose, and Iridium all sound much better and can produce way more variety to my ears than this 1500 behringer clone or its 5000.00 oberheim twin. If I am spending that kind of money it’s easily on a Super Gemini! No comp!

    This is all my venting and opinions…and do not reflect the opinions and worship of other gear users…lol

    That’s definitely a paragraph of piping hot takes lol. Couldn’t disagree more personally.

  • @BroCoast said:

    @HotStrange said:
    It does sounds great but with my precious experiences with Behringers synths I’ve kinda sworn off buying anything from them that isn’t one of those sub-$100 pocket synths. Maybe the quality is better now though. It should be anyway after how long they took on this.

    Yeah I had a Pro-1 die on me. Sounded great but I’d rather have stuff I can rely on.

    I had to exchange and the multiple different Neutrons and Odysseys. After that I kinda gave up on them.

  • So what’s the price of this beast ?

  • @cyberheater said:
    Hopefully the tech they've developed for this flagship poly will get used in other polysynths they develop.
    I believe they are working on a Juno 60/106. When that comes out it will be day one for me.

    They already have integrated some of that know-how within the Pro-800 Poly Aftertouch, also CC control over parameters, not exactly ground breaking but a Sub £400 analog synth with these features I’d say that’s a reasonably good deal.

  • @knewspeak said:

    @cyberheater said:
    Hopefully the tech they've developed for this flagship poly will get used in other polysynths they develop.
    I believe they are working on a Juno 60/106. When that comes out it will be day one for me.

    They already have integrated some of that know-how within the Pro-800 Poly Aftertouch, also CC control over parameters, not exactly ground breaking but a Sub £400 analog synth with these features I’d say that’s a reasonably good deal.

    It’s a great deal. I’m obsessed with the Juno sound so will wait

  • @cyberheater said:

    @knewspeak said:

    @cyberheater said:
    Hopefully the tech they've developed for this flagship poly will get used in other polysynths they develop.
    I believe they are working on a Juno 60/106. When that comes out it will be day one for me.

    They already have integrated some of that know-how within the Pro-800 Poly Aftertouch, also CC control over parameters, not exactly ground breaking but a Sub £400 analog synth with these features I’d say that’s a reasonably good deal.

    It’s a great deal. I’m obsessed with the Juno sound so will wait

    Wouldn't the DeepMind cover that?

  • Nothing wrong with Behringer, but, I would rather buy the new Yamaha Genos V2 instead…

    Ooops, the Genos V2 was a little more expensive then OB-xa…

  • @rs2000 said:

    @cyberheater said:

    @knewspeak said:

    @cyberheater said:
    Hopefully the tech they've developed for this flagship poly will get used in other polysynths they develop.
    I believe they are working on a Juno 60/106. When that comes out it will be day one for me.

    They already have integrated some of that know-how within the Pro-800 Poly Aftertouch, also CC control over parameters, not exactly ground breaking but a Sub £400 analog synth with these features I’d say that’s a reasonably good deal.

    It’s a great deal. I’m obsessed with the Juno sound so will wait

    Wouldn't the DeepMind cover that?

    I heard the chorus on the Deepmind can get very close but doesn’t quite nail it.

  • @cyberheater said:

    @rs2000 said:

    @cyberheater said:

    @knewspeak said:

    @cyberheater said:
    Hopefully the tech they've developed for this flagship poly will get used in other polysynths they develop.
    I believe they are working on a Juno 60/106. When that comes out it will be day one for me.

    They already have integrated some of that know-how within the Pro-800 Poly Aftertouch, also CC control over parameters, not exactly ground breaking but a Sub £400 analog synth with these features I’d say that’s a reasonably good deal.

    It’s a great deal. I’m obsessed with the Juno sound so will wait

    Wouldn't the DeepMind cover that?

    I heard the chorus on the Deepmind can get very close but doesn’t quite nail it.

    Yes, to emulate it you really have to use quite a few fx slots or all, but to me it’s the filter that isn’t as close to the original Juno’s.

  • edited November 2023

    Nothing behringer has made so far, including the new stuff, can defeat the behringer deepmind 12…change my mind. I’ll wait as you struggle to find untrue answers and make no case what so ever. I’ll even state this fact, behringer hasn’t made a better synth than the deepmind ever ever, and from the looks of it…never will.

  • @MrSmileZ said:
    Nothing behringer has made so far, including the new stuff, can defeat the behringer deepmind 12…change my mind. I’ll wait as you struggle to find untrue answers and make no case what so ever. I’ll even state this fact, behringer hasn’t made a better synth than the deepmind ever ever, and from the looks of it…never will.

    I'm glad you like your Deepmind. LOL :smiley:

    I've heard loads of YouTube vids of it and it sounds fantastic. Everyone I've heard of who's bought one love 'em.

  • @HotStrange said:

    @MrSmileZ said:
    No matter what I do, I will never understand people’s love of the oberheim synth…to me it’s nothing special at all. The only unique thing it can do is not cut out as much bass when the resonance gets pushed up. I just can’t make myself GAS for it at all.
    It’s right up there with those thin Dave Smith offerings that I don’t like. The trifecta of synths I hate are: OB anything, Prophet anything, and most of all Korg wave station. No Thanks. My Fantom EX, deepmind12, peak, hydra, microfreak, minifreak, osmose, and Iridium all sound much better and can produce way more variety to my ears than this 1500 behringer clone or its 5000.00 oberheim twin. If I am spending that kind of money it’s easily on a Super Gemini! No comp!

    This is all my venting and opinions…and do not reflect the opinions and worship of other gear users…lol

    That’s definitely a paragraph of piping hot takes lol. Couldn’t disagree more personally.

    You wouldn’t want a UDO Super Gemini over the behringer UBxa? Hahaha I can’t logically understand this at all. You must like synth horns a lot, because that’s all the oberhiem engine can seem to do very well…or maybe you cover Van Halen jump a lot? The UDXA doesn’t even have effects…I do think they have announced somewhere that it’s 850-900 usd though…so I guess that would be good news for you. Now you can synth horn your way thru 2024! :). Synthwave bruh!!!

  • edited November 2023

    @cyberheater said:

    @MrSmileZ said:
    Nothing behringer has made so far, including the new stuff, can defeat the behringer deepmind 12…change my mind. I’ll wait as you struggle to find untrue answers and make no case what so ever. I’ll even state this fact, behringer hasn’t made a better synth than the deepmind ever ever, and from the looks of it…never will.

    I'm glad you like your Deepmind. LOL :smiley:

    I've heard loads of YouTube vids of it and it sounds fantastic. Everyone I've heard of who's bought one love 'em.

    Deepmind 12 is really a good value for the $. I don’t think anyone who loves synths could go wrong here, just remember it takes balanced cables. Most of the mods and the filter can get into audible ranges, and the mod matrix just makes this very powerful. The effects are really decent and add to the deepmind a lot. Using the iPad app also gives it the ability to morph between 4 patches…a lot of people don’t use this, or don’t make videos of it. I am not hating on anyone who loves the Oberheim; I just think it’s too samey. The synth just reminds me of a Korg polysix… it’s fat..but it doesn’t really have much variety in comparison to other synthesizers. If you play 80s rock and 80s synth driven music in a cover band, then the UBxa is probably exciting to you. If you want to have a synth that can craft a wide range of sound …it’s not it…at all.

  • @MrSmileZ said:

    @HotStrange said:

    @MrSmileZ said:
    No matter what I do, I will never understand people’s love of the oberheim synth…to me it’s nothing special at all. The only unique thing it can do is not cut out as much bass when the resonance gets pushed up. I just can’t make myself GAS for it at all.
    It’s right up there with those thin Dave Smith offerings that I don’t like. The trifecta of synths I hate are: OB anything, Prophet anything, and most of all Korg wave station. No Thanks. My Fantom EX, deepmind12, peak, hydra, microfreak, minifreak, osmose, and Iridium all sound much better and can produce way more variety to my ears than this 1500 behringer clone or its 5000.00 oberheim twin. If I am spending that kind of money it’s easily on a Super Gemini! No comp!

    This is all my venting and opinions…and do not reflect the opinions and worship of other gear users…lol

    That’s definitely a paragraph of piping hot takes lol. Couldn’t disagree more personally.

    You wouldn’t want a UDO Super Gemini over the behringer UBxa? Hahaha I can’t logically understand this at all. You must like synth horns a lot, because that’s all the oberhiem engine can seem to do very well…or maybe you cover Van Halen jump a lot? The UDXA doesn’t even have effects…I do think they have announced somewhere that it’s 850-900 usd though…so I guess that would be good news for you. Now you can synth horn your way thru 2024! :). Synthwave bruh!!!

    😂 are you okay friend? You seem to be really upset about this for some reason. Super confused by your reaction. Not gonna justify the assumptions with a reply though, doesn’t seem like you’d listen anyway. Happy Thanksgiving 👍🏻

  • @HotStrange said:

    @MrSmileZ said:

    @HotStrange said:

    @MrSmileZ said:
    No matter what I do, I will never understand people’s love of the oberheim synth…to me it’s nothing special at all. The only unique thing it can do is not cut out as much bass when the resonance gets pushed up. I just can’t make myself GAS for it at all.
    It’s right up there with those thin Dave Smith offerings that I don’t like. The trifecta of synths I hate are: OB anything, Prophet anything, and most of all Korg wave station. No Thanks. My Fantom EX, deepmind12, peak, hydra, microfreak, minifreak, osmose, and Iridium all sound much better and can produce way more variety to my ears than this 1500 behringer clone or its 5000.00 oberheim twin. If I am spending that kind of money it’s easily on a Super Gemini! No comp!

    This is all my venting and opinions…and do not reflect the opinions and worship of other gear users…lol

    That’s definitely a paragraph of piping hot takes lol. Couldn’t disagree more personally.

    You wouldn’t want a UDO Super Gemini over the behringer UBxa? Hahaha I can’t logically understand this at all. You must like synth horns a lot, because that’s all the oberhiem engine can seem to do very well…or maybe you cover Van Halen jump a lot? The UDXA doesn’t even have effects…I do think they have announced somewhere that it’s 850-900 usd though…so I guess that would be good news for you. Now you can synth horn your way thru 2024! :). Synthwave bruh!!!

    😂 are you okay friend? You seem to be really upset about this for some reason. Super confused by your reaction. Not gonna justify the assumptions with a reply though, doesn’t seem like you’d listen anyway. Happy Thanksgiving 👍🏻

    Not upset at all. I listen occasionally, laughing out loud. Happy Thanksgiving to you as well!

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