Behringer Teases New Product For NAMM 2020, RD-9 Retail Version?

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Behringer will announce a new electronic music product on January 16th for NAMM 2020, maybe the retail version of the RD-9 or a polysynth? 

It’s time again this week. The NAMM takes place in Anaheim. Although Behringer has had no stand at the trade fair for two years, they always present new products at this time. Two years ago it was the Neutron, last year the Crave Synthesizer. Both instruments are on the market now.

Today, the company is again teasing a new product for NAMM 2020. They do not give us any information about what they will preset but only a countdown from 10 to 1. It looks like they might show the finished retail version of the RD-9, a clone of the Roland TR-909 drum computer. The pictures indicate such a release.

New Analog Synth Clone, New Poly?

Or will it be something completely different? Maybe we’ll see an analog clone of a classic again or finally another real polysynth like the DeepMind, not a Para-D?

Behringer will announce this new product in the next three days so on January 16th during NAMM 2020

More information here: Behringer

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