BEHRINGER Teases An Upcoming Sequential Circuits Pro-One Synthesizer Clone!

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Do you remember the moment where Uli Behringer announced to bring many well-known vintage analog Synthesizers on the market again? At first one does not believe completely but more and more it became reality. With the Model D, he already demonstrated that he can replicate old synths very nicely. If we can trust further news, a UB-Xa (Oberheim OB-Xa) and VP-340 (Roland VP-330) Vocoder is also in the works.

Today, the company has posted a picture on Facebook on which we can see another new recreation, the Pro-One from Sequential Circuits.

Desktop Or Keyboard Version?

If you follow the work of Behringer, you no longer have to wonder if this new Synthesizer will become analog or digital. IT’s certainly more exciting to consider whether it’s a desktop or a Synthesizer with a keyboard. If you look closely at the board, you will recognize a MIDI socket on the right side, which hints at a desktop variant of the Pro-One.

CV/Gate Inputs?

Same as the Model D from Behringer, the “Uli-Pro” includes CV/Gate inputs or outputs on the top right which makes it possible to mount it in a Eurorack system.

The picture is taken from a software emulation but if they take the same design, the next Behringer Synthesizer clone looks something like this

The Sound Of The Originals?

The question of the sound quality will be interesting. Will the Behringer clone sounds like the well-known Pro-One from Sequential Circuits? With the Model D, he demonstrated already that a clone can sound damn good for a price of $299 USD. Urs Heckmann from U-he has already shown that software emulations (Pro-One) can reproduce the sound character very close.

More information will come in future here: BEHRINGER 

Source: Facebook 


  1. The size…. the mysterious jacks on the front… the midi in on the front panel… this is eurorack isn’t it? Not that I’m complaining. I’m thinking small eurorack case with this and a different filter and/or fx module and that’s it. Self contained and lovely.

  2. I know I’m a little late to the party but felt the need to say “As a former owner of an actual Sequential Circuits Pro-1 the photograph of the board is far from being a clone. When the sequencer/arpeggiator function failed I opened up the case to see why. I had never seen such an amazing pcb in any other device before… The magical way solder was applied selectively on copper traces to render Fairies and Pixies frolicking in a field of Mushrooms under the watchful gaze of a Wizard made it almost impossible to reassemble the synth and imprison such a scene to darkness after swapping in a new 555 timer dipchip which restored that amazing synth to fully operational status. I had nearly forgotten about the photograph taken of the board so long ago, not seen in many moons… I’ll keep looking. =^.^= ©1988-2023

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