Behringer's Neutron is a paraphonic analog synthesizer sporting two 3340 oscillators. Its completely analog signal path boosts its sonic capabilities while its semi-modular design gives users plenty of options in regards to sound creation and customization. Users can patch to oblivion or perpetrate functions that do not require patching. Onboard conveniences include an oscillator waveform control that blends between 5 shapes, MIDI I/O, a noise generator, and overdrive circuit for some extra grit.
Paraphonic synthesizer with dual 3340 analog oscillators
Completely analog signal path
Semi-modular architecture negates the need for patching in some circumstances
Oscillator waveform control morphs between 5 shapes
Dedicated pulse width control
Paraphonic mode allows for separate control of each oscillator
VCF capable of self-oscillation
HPF and LPF outputs
2 ADSR EGs
Multi-stage BBD-inspired delay
Overdrive circuit for gritty analog warmth
LFO with 5 shapes and sync functionality
Noise Generator for dynamic exploration
Includes attenuators, multiples, summers, and a slew limiter
32 in / 24 out patch matrix provides plenty of options
Audio-rate S&H with glide
Soothing headphone output with reassuring level control
Neutron With Malekko Sequencing And Blck_Noir Drums
The Behringer Neutron semi-modular synth is generating the synth line, with the Endorphin.es Blck_Noir making the drums. The Malekko Varigate 4+, Voltage Block, Quad Envelope and Quad LFO are providing all of the modulation and sequencing for both the drums and synth. The drums are run through the Eventide Euro DDL delay module.
The Neutron has two 3340 oscillators, a state variable VCF and a built in delay and distortion.