DeepMind 12 Lead Engineer Interview

US Firmware makes many things possible      25/08/16
    MP4 4:9 mins    

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Modular Meets Leeds was the first public outing for the Behringer DeepMind 12 -  the team working on it took the opportunity to come along and see what the public made of it. We grabbed a short chat with Rob Belcham,  the engineer behind many of the design decisions for the new instrument.

Rob gives us an insight into where they can go from here, and what is possible with firmware updates. Even though the DeepMind 12 is still so new, there are no details about it yet on the Behringer website.
Expected to ship by the end of the year, priced at $999 - UK price TBC

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