Da frach' ma lieber Novation als Behringer nach..Circuit und MonoStation in einem Gerät. Die MonoStation könnte meinetwegen ein VA sein, dafür dann poly. Deswegen hab ich bei Novation auf Twitter schonmal gefragt. Gewissermaßen eine Ultranova im Gehäuse der MonoStation, von mir aus auch etwas größer. Fanden sie ganz spannend. Mir ist im Grunde egal, wer das baut.
Halte ich bei denen für denkbar, machen sie halt gleich einen Stapel davon für alle..SEQ12 für 450,-€
Wobei: Die haben ja ganz viel Entwicklung in den PEAK reingesteckt: Sowohl Software als auch Hardware. Wäre es nicht denkbar, dass sie darauf basierend etwas mit Drums machen?Hab ich doch schon. Sie fanden die Idee nicht dämlich. Vielleicht basteln sie bereits an dem Teil.
Ich halte deren Datum auch für weitgehend überschritten, weil es einfach very very special interest ist. wer eine will hat eine.Bitte keine 303. Ich ertrage dieses Quak, Quak, Quak nicht mehr. Mit der Dose machen gehörlose Menschen degenerierende Antimusik
Michael Thorpe and Mode Machines join Behringer to Lead German Synthesizer and Lighting Division
Michael Thorpe (former CEO of Mode Machines) has joined Behringer to lead its German synthesizer, lighting and accessory divisions in his role as Customer Solutions Leader (CSL).
Michael has been in the audio industry since 1996 and successfully ran his company Mode Machines which designed and manufactured products for the music industry.
During more than 20 years Michael gained tremendous experience in product design, manufacturing and also marketing, which he will now bring to Behringer.
Michael commented: “I am so excited to join the Behringer team and be part of the synthesizer Revolution. For decades my passion has been with synthesizers as well as the music industry in general and in February 2018 I had the chance to personally meet Uli Behringer. I was immediately inspired by the vision and energy behind the company and the man and it became clear that I wanted to join the team and help execute this vision which is so close to my heart.”
Uli Behringer commented: “For 30 years, Behringer has only had one mission - to carefully listen to our customers and deliver great products at prices they can afford. As a musician and engineer myself, my passion has always been with synthesizers. At Behringer, we are extremely dedicated and passionate about bringing incredible instruments to the market and helping musicians to fulfill their musical dreams.
We are on the constant lookout for amazing talent and when I met Michael Thorpe, I was greatly impressed by his tremendous experience and love for the industry. I am very happy for Michael to lead our German synthesizer team whose purpose is to design classic as well as innovative new analog synthesizers, drum machines and sequencers, etc. He will also lead our recently founded lighting and accessory divisions where we will equally deliver innovative and extremely cost-effective products and solutions.
Michael continues: “Over just two years, Behringer has become a leader in the synthesizer market and we will now deliver the same success related to lighting equipment and accessory products. My team and I are very excited and we will go the extra mile to deliver amazing results for our customers.
We are constantly looking for new Customer Solution leaders and Product Category Managers as well as engineering talents to join our other divisions. We encourage you to join this incredibly creative and powerful team - just like I did!”
and successfully ran his company Mode Machines