Behringer’s RD-78 Drum Machine is generating buzz as it nears the final stages of pre-production, with units currently in the hands of beta testers for sound fine-tuning. Drawing inspiration from the iconic Roland CR-78 Drum Machine, Behringer’s dedication to replicating the original circuitry, including original coils and LC filters, adds to the anticipation surrounding its release.
- Incorporates exact circuitry of Roland CR-78 Drum Machine
- Original coils and LC filters
- Blends nostalgia with modern technology
- Individual audio outputs
- MIDI & CV connectivity
- Drum fill and Variation parameters
- Utilised same original circuitry and LC filters and coils.
The CR-78, renowned for its role in shaping the history of drum machines, holds a significant place in music evolution, recognized for its association with classic tracks like Phil Collins’ “In The Air Tonight” and Hall & Oates’ “I Can’t Go For That.” Given the rarity and high demand for original CR-78 units, Behringer’s affordable recreation promises to make this iconic sound accessible to a wider audience, offering a blend of nostalgia and contemporary features. As Behringer progresses toward the official launch of the RD-78 Drum Machine, enthusiasts eagerly anticipate its arrival as a noteworthy addition to their lineup, embodying the legacy of the CR-78 while embracing modern advancements in music technology.