ARP 2500 modules by Behringer - engineered by Amsynths

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ARP 2500 modules by Behringer - engineered by Amsynths

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Rob - I read that you're finished with the Behringer collaboration. I'm chomping at the bit for the new ARP 2500 modules that you worked on with them. Anything you can tell us about that collaboration ( e.g. your favorite modules )?
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I'm ending this thread because I just discovered the Behringer ARP 2500 modules thread.
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I couldn’t say much in August due to NDA, but very pleased to see the 2500 modules getting to customers. The basic modules are released first and then then the more complex modules. The 1005 is a very flexible module for creating ring mod sounds and both filters have a very clear quality. The Env generators are fast and snappy and the vco creates many different waveforms. Amazing price as well...
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Rob,
Last word I got from Sweetwater was Filtamp is supposed to arrive later in January.
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Champing at the bit. FTW!
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