Scorching on the heels of the announcement of the PRO-VS, Behringer has revealed one more compact synth it has within the works, the JP-4000, which comes very, very low worth of simply $49.
The JP-4000 is a four-voice hybrid paraphonic synth, outfitted with two analogue modelling oscillators per voice, a two-operator FM engine and an analogue filter. There’s additionally two LFOs, a built-in arpeggiator, an OLED show and a 16-note contact keyboard.
Because the identify suggests, the synth attracts inspiration from the Roland JP-8000, initially launched in 1996. The JP-4000 is a recreation (of kinds) which fashions itself after the sound engine of the Roland synth; it consists of the unique’s supersaw waveform in its arsenal of sounds.
The JP-4000 is bus powered, and with its MIDI connectivity, you’ll be capable of hook up an exterior keyboard to carry out with it.
As with the Behringer PRO-VS, the JP-4000 isn’t out simply but. However it’s focused to launch formally in June at that low worth of $49.
And for those who missed out on Behringer’s announcement of the PRO-VS, it’s a compact synth primarily based on Sequential’s VS synth from 1986, with a mini contact keyboard, a 4D joystick, 127 wavetables and 32 presets. It’s stated to launch at $99 later this yr.