Behringer's DeepMind 12 offers a lot of sonic possibilities at a very attractive tag price. As the name suggests, this synth is deep, so dive into this inspiring course, and see what Behringer's DeepMind synths are all about!
With its 2 DCOs, 4 effect engines, 2 LFOs per voice, 3 ADSR, 8-channel modulation matrix, and 32-step sequencer, Behringer's DeepMind 12 packs a lot of punch. In this course, our outstanding instructor Rishabh Rajan reveals all about this versatile synth.
Rishabh starts the course with an overview of DeepMind 12's main parameters and controls. He explains how to mix, match and tweak the two DCOs, and how to sculpt your sound with the High-Pass and the 2/4 pole resonant Low-Pass. You learn to get super rich sound with the Poly controls, and you discover all the modulation possibilities available with the LFOs, envelopes, and modulation matrix. And last but not least, you learn how to bring your synth patches to life with the arpeggiator, sequencer, polychord, and effect section.
So no matter which DeepMind synth your interested in learn everything about Behringer's analog/digital hybrids in this ear-opening course by synthesis expert Rishabh Rajan.
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gabe r. wrote on June 19, 2020
i love it! very informative, i learned a lot from the great instructor he explains it very well. Thanks!
Steven Wallace wrote on October 20, 2018
This is a very much required course as Behringer provide almost nothing to help you get started. The course basically talks you through the synths features from start to end. However, it does assume the user has previous knowledge of synths. I'd also like to see a few examples of making patches from start to end from a course of this price. Don't get me wrong, I have found this course very useful to get going with this synth, but it could be better for a newb like me.
Ivan Dubinsky wrote on November 21, 2017
A very good overview of the Deepmind 12. I'm almost tempted to plunk down my cash to get one now that I've seen this tutorial. A "Cluster pluck"? Oh, my goodness, Rishabh...you do have a sense of humour!! ;-)