For a ton of synth ideas, tips and tricks check out my book on Patreon: ► Patreon: patreon.com/loopop Product links (affiliate): ► Behringer Model D: amzn.to/2Kf6kyF ► Arturia KeyStep: amzn.to/2ADpcIq ► Check out new and used deals on Reverb: reverb.grsm.io/BehringerModelD Other places I hang out: ► Web: loopopmusic.com ► Facebook: facebook.com/loopopmusic ► Instagram: instagram.com/loopopmusic ► Twitter: twitter.com/loopopmusic My music: ► Bandcamp: loopop.bandcamp.com ► Spotify: bit.ly/LoopopOnSpotify ► Apple Music:http://bit.ly/LoopopOnAppleMusic Want to email me personally? ► Ziv (at) loopopmusic.com ************ The Behringer Model D is an homage (or clone, depending on your point of view...) to the classic and legendary Minimoog Model D. Behringer's main achievement, aside from creating a faithful and great sounding synth, is pricing it at $300. In this video I review some of the "cons" of this synth, and the many "pros" that make it a very enjoyable synthesizer, including three oscillators, a classic ladder filter, 5 modulation sources, two envelopes, two LFOs and a small but capable set of patch points. Gear used alongside the D: The Arturia Keystep Cremacaffe Kosmo stand NOTE: Occasionally I’ll try out affiliate marketing and include affiliate links. This means that I may earn a commission when you click on or make purchases via affiliate links. The content of this clip is entirely my opinion, and was not paid for or dictated in any what by the company creating the gear. Without addressing the particulars of products shown here as they might be under NDA, gear shown on this channel may be either sent by the manufacturer, on loan for review or bought at a discount.