Behringer Brains


Eurorack Module

  • Multi-Engine Oscillator
  • 20 Synthesis algorithms with 3 editable parameters each
  • An integrated OLED oscilloscope
  • A USB-B port for firmware updates
  • CV inputs for selecting: algorithms, pitch, level and trigger
  • CV inputs with bipolar attenuators for FM, morph and timbre
  • 2 Audio outputs
  • Current consumption: 130 mA (+12 V) / 10 mA (-12 V)
  • Width: 16 TE
  • Depth: 45 mm


  • Virtual Analogue
  • Waveshaping
  • FM 2 operators
  • Grains
  • Additive
  • Chords
  • Speech
  • Karplus Strong
  • Super Saw
  • Wavetable Oscillator
  • Rain
  • Noise
  • Dust
  • Modal Strings
  • FM Drum
  • Bass Drum
  • Snare Drum
  • Hi-Hat
  • Cowbell
  • Toms
available since March 2022
Item number 522238
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Analog No
Digital Yes
Width 16 TE / HP
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Bob Breeks 03.04.2022
This is a beautifully presented piece. Reminds me of an old ROM module with 199 sounds, except its 2020 not 1985, and the sound files are almost limitless, the future looks bright. Especially with the OLED screen.
It wouldn't be a daft idea to buy six of them and have a megga sound bank.
Very impressive.


Behringer add extra DNA to the code
Enslaved.electron 30.04.2022
Well they are at it again and this time I'm glad they are ! The source code (open source ) was Plaits from MI but they added more spice to its Synthly DNA charms .I immediately hooked it up and i find its a brilliant module and has a well placed and bright Oscilloscope screen (OLED), one that I'm used to looking at on my Korg Monologue but I'm blessed with 20/20 vision , as well as the extra DNA and I really find it mesmerising just watching those peaks and troughs ' dance like the shadows from fire on the cavemans wall ,it's a serious module for all 'and I'm sure even the naysayers will warm to its charms in time. The buttons and nobs are even and well spaced the smaller gain ones under Timbre, Frequency (FM) and Morph are shallower than its bigger brothers so be prepared to pinch they feel rock solid and speak to the longevity intended as well so the quality is there, but that one gripe is all I have ,I find the rest quite novel and I could play with it all day the speech setting has me laughing for ages and I can be Hawkins whenever I feel the need to break some theoretical waveforms and bring them forth into my holographic reality and it really works hard to keep you entertained and I'm sure with the USB hookup present and face front will endulge us with many an update I'm sure and im glad Behringer went with it rather than over the 3.1mm audio interface no faffing definitely quicker I'm sure, hook it up to the Sequencer and step it up a level, lol, you can't miss seriously and I'm glad they have made it beginner friendly and sensibly low key (I expected at least one blinking LED per nob) that way you can concentrate on your waves and beats and more modules circulate the quicker our poor eurorack pockets can get a price break and pair it with a clouds patch in your kick and snare and your guaranteed to get some ambient bliss at least so what more can I say? it's a win win and companies like Korg known for their boutique Volca range need to take note (I'd love to see a eurorack version of Sample and Drum) and costs less than a night out at the arcade and cinema with your mates or if your the older ilk a night at the pub followed by takeaway vindaloo, I wish I had more space and more time but I say if it has you curious you have to buy one and don't look back Behringer are a relatively new company compared to the aforementioned Korg, Roland, Yamaha you know they are still finding their feet and I'm sure have lots more in store , checkout their Facebook page, Give your pocket a break, I can think of at least four modules I can replace or don't need to buy now I have it ,and grab one with the oscilloscope added more value for money and a worthy and welcoming addition to my rack .
Verdict :- no brainer ☆☆☆☆☆


Versatile all-in-one soundsource
Streamer69 09.05.2022
Reminds me of microfreak a bit


Behringer rules
grabs 05.04.2022
It's more than a regular orc unit!


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