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Behringer UB-1 Synthesizer


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Description
Uli Behringer, the company’s founder, was committed to music and technology from a very early age, and had constructed a synthesizer (the UB-1) by the age of 16.

Uli Behringer's describes the UB-1

When I was a young kid, I built an electric piano/synthesizer called the UB1 (picture below). The synth had two analog oscillators and a filter that was so unstable that at times it acted as an oscillator - and this was not by design.

The keyboard and the massive toggle switches on the right side came out of an EKO organ that didn't survive the impact of my screwdriver.

The UB1 was nothing great by today's standards but I believe it is this very keyboard that sparked off my passion for music and electronics and later got me into this wonderful industry.

Unfortunately the UB1 got lost during a factory move and for the past 40 years I always wanted to build a synthesizer again.
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Technical Specifications
Type: Analog
Synthesis: Subtractive
Oscillators
Oscillators: 2
Waveforms: Sub Oscillator
Filters
Filters: 1
Filter Notes:
+ complex filter networks
Polyphony & Tuning
Polyphony: 12
Timbrality: 1
Tuning: Standard
Modes: Polyphonic
Case
Case: Keyboard
Keyboard: 61 keys, Non-weighted, Plastic
Controls: Buttons, Knobs, Sliders, Switches, Pitch -Wheel
Display Type: LED
Connections
Audio Output Connections: 1/4" Phone Jack
Production
Year Released: 1977
Units Made: 1
Used By
Designed by Uli Behringer at 16 years old.

Product Links
Company Product Sites:
[+] www.music-group.com
Pricing
MSRP List Price: Prototype - convert
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