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Behringer Pro-1

Analogue Synthesiser

  • Dual VCO design based on CEM3340
  • Sawtooth and pulse waveform for VCO A
  • Sawtooth, Triangle and Pulse waveform for VCO B
  • Pulse Width Modulation
  • Noise generator
  • 24 dB low-pass filter with resonance
  • 2 ADSR envelopes for VCF and VCA
  • LFO with sawtooth, triangle and rectangle waveform
  • 2 Modulation buses
  • Sequencer with 64 notes storage capacity
  • Arpeggiator
  • Audio input for sound processing external sources
  • Can be used as a complete Eurorack synthesiser voice (width: 80 HP)
  • Poly-Chain function for connecting up to 16 devices
  • 6.3 mm Line output
  • 3.5 mm Jack stereo headphone output
  • MIDI In / Thru and USB-MIDI
  • Dimensions: 95 x 424 x 136 mm
  • Weight: 1.8 kg
  • Includes power supply (12 V DC)
  • Suitable optional cover: Art.477466 (not included)
  • Suitable optional cases: Art.#480286, Art.483005 (both not included)
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Further Information

Design Desktop
Polyphony 1
Sound Generation Analogue
MIDI interface 1x In, 1x Out/Thru
Storage Medium Internal
USB-port Yes
Effects No
Arpeggiator Yes
Number of Analog Outputs 1
Digital Output No
Display No

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True value-for-money synth
Korvin, 28.06.2020
What Behringer did by adding a small patch bay really brings the initial Pro One synth architecture to modern times. The capabilities, especially when using stack cables, are numerous. Coming from a VST-only background, this module was a massive breath of fresh air for me, especially because of the feedback loop options. To clarify, I am not referring just to audio feedback, but even feedback routing like Mixer Out to OSC PWM.

As for the sound, it is capable of deep bass for sure, but where it shines is the higher frequencies. The oscillators have crisp, clear highs, and the Curtis filter is beautifully paired with them. Because of this (by default) bright sounding setup of components, I found the Pro-1 cutting through my mixes where Diva or other VSTs were lost, even when purposefully drowning them in long reverb. (as you do)

I use this module for both clear melodic content, and experimental music sound design, and I thoroughly enjoy it in both.

The cons I could spot where that, some features are hidden and need to be looked up online, and the Resonance CV tends to get loud easily.
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A source of inspiration
S_VG, 02.11.2019
Very well build quality, amazing sound (really takes you back...) and enough features to spark your creativity. The first time you played on this thing, time passes by as you fiddle with the controls and just listen to this beauty. Add a little bit of post-processing to this and you've got yourself a nice sounding new asset. I suggest taking a look at this video for a good explanation on every feature: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L9rSB-72UAg
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Kaseki, 19.03.2021
How I use it:
The Behringer Pro-1 is a beast at making thick basses. I love making deep reese basses, and this is where the modulation part of this synth really shines!

Pros & Cons:
+ It sounds like a proper analogue unit.
+ It's very good for basses and subs.
+ The modulation part is perfect for me.
+ It has Eurorack capabilities.

- It can get repetitive. There's not a whole lot of different sounds you can make. But it's great for basses, which is why I'm keeping it :)
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Terrific
Robert7183, 15.05.2020
Amazing quality for the money. I have a neutron and a d from behringer as well but this is the one i like best of the 3. it is simpler/easier to use than the others - the controls seem a lot more solid and responsive than the other two and it has a sequencer which adds to the fun plus the modulation matrix is pretty easy to get your head around relative to the modulation on the other 2. If you want to buy one of the behringers and you are new to analog synths this is probablty the one to buy. Highly recommended.
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