This pair of videos offer a complete, in-depth guide to the Behringer Neutron semi-modular synthesizer.

The Behringer Neutron is a dual-oscillator, semi-modular analog synthesizer of original design. It features internal normalization, so it can be used without any patching, but offers a matrix of patch points on its right side, so you can override the internal signal flow.

The first video, above, covers each aspect of the Neutron, including its oscillators, sync, paraphonic, filters, LFO, envelopes, envelopes, sample &hold, Slew rate limiter and attenuator.

Topics covered:

0:00 – intro
01:27 – Default patch
03:37 – VCO’s
10:55 – Paraphonic
14:14 – OSC Sync
16:25 – Note priority
23:03 – Filter
37-16 – VCA
41:18 – LFO
55:55 – ENV retrigger
58:36 – OD
01:03:33 – Delay
01:06:24 – S&H
01:12:55 – Slew rate/limiter
01:18:08 – Attenuators
01:22:55 – Autoglide
01:27:45 – OSC2 key trkg
01:29:54 – LFO reorder
01:35:57 – Key splitting
01:39:05 – Conclusion

The second video, below, covers each aspect of the patch bay, including demonstrating the use of each input and output.

Topics covered:

0:00 – intro
01:59 – OUT/IN
03:09 – OSC’s
08:58 – ATT 1/2
20:53 – Shape 1/2
25:12 – PW 1/2
28:39 – VCF, Freq mod, Res
36:40 – Invert
38:17 – VCA,VCA CV
42:43 – E. Gate 1&2
47:56 – ENV 1&2
53:21 – Midi Gate
55:31 – LFO/UNI OUT
01:02:32 – Rate, Shape, Trig
01:11:27 – Mult in/out
01:14:32 – SUM
01:20:30 – S&H
01:28:05 – SLEW
01:34:12 – OD/Overdrive
01:41:12 – Delay
01:45:23 – Output/Noise
01:49:01 – Assign

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