Yep! Had a min to try before I leave for work. That was it! I didn’t even notice that last night… thank you for pointing it out!
maybe it’s a bug , I will try to contact behringer.
I discovered another thing, if You are on paraphonic mode , and you enable the key split , the paraphonics does’nt work anymore , but It still not splits the osc behaviour. I also tried some ''note priority ''combination without succes
Response from Behringer on FB ‘‘There’s lots of details about Neutron in the full manual found on our website, have you checked there yet?’’
The manual just says : Key split
Create a key split at the desired note. Notes played below the split point will
trigger oscillator 1 and notes above will trigger oscillator 2.
this is my experience - good synth, woeful direct support - I asked the question and it was missed/ignored in a way that smacked of ticking a box, rather than actually reading what was written - as per above observation - annoying - I’ve spent a bit of time with the sysex messages too and it’s the same story
I’d suggest to anyone wanting to leave the editor running whilst doing proper work with it to think again - it funnels a shed load of sysex strings to keep the tuning display live/responsive - I’d like to see an option to disable that - it’s a huge distraction if you’re looking at the i/o
on Friday i got my Neutron… it sounds good but very raw and massive with balls in the lowend, quite different from what I’ve heard in any other analog synths … it’s not an aesthete
Thinking of getting one, need some analog bass
Would you guys recommend?
I don’t know. You can do a lot of stuff with it, but if it’s bread and butter you’re after, the model D might be a better option
I’m looking for thick analog bass.
And i want to pair it with my eurorack and eventually use it for my live set next to the dt and dn.
I checked the sonic state video and a lot of vids online.
I feel more drawn to the neutron than the D. maybe because i can find a bit more use for it with my eurorack.
Fair warning: I haven’t used it without running it into the external audio input of the Moog Grandmother yet, but holy cow does it shake the room when I make a bass patch!
Edit to say that while the GM has low end balls, adding the Neutron really kicked it in.
So the black faceplate overlay in the vid amku links to is only $40 USD.
Plus the lettering glows green when you put it in BLACK LIGHT. Looks like they have got other products planned, and maybe other accessories for the Neutron.
I notice there are a bazillion ideas for alternative overlays for the Neutron over here.
If you know of other companies that are doing accessories, or mods or bending the Neutron i’d love to hear about them.
BTW: Graydon the people that did the video amku references, and that do the black light overlay, have another video doing the THX zoom sound at the beginning of movies by multi-tracking a Neutron. Heck it wouldn’t cost to much to do the same thing ‘live’ with multiple Neutrons.
[So will this quiet anyone complaining about the Neutron color? Probably not.]
Ill be honest, the original red neutron is ugly but an ugly faceplate does not = ugly sound.
If I end up getting a neutron ill probably get a custom faceplate but at the end of the day we get synths to play them, not to stare at them.
Im sure people will be complaining anyways, its a Behringer after all
haha. Behringer is the New, High Quality Standard in manufacturing.
they‘ve reinvented a lot of the Analog circuitry for the synths by producing them on their own.
no need for a supply chain.
You know…Companies will ask them to produce their own stuff in Ulis mega City.
btw. there’s only one fully capable -made for iOS- Dock for professional use of Apps and utility on the IPad and such… Splitting the lightning slot into real hardware.
guess what…it’s from Uli Behringer.
Behringer should make overlays them selfs, 40 usd for overlaying 250usd synth is strange…how will the poor musicians do that ??
The Moog DFAM comes with a set of heavy cream colored paper overlays that you can just drop on and it shows you how to patch the synth for some particular sound. It includes connections across the patch panel, and knob and switch settings as part of that. That would be nice for the Neutron as well – and easy enough as a DIY.