As September 9 came close, everyone could predict at least one thing – that Behringer would do something special. The RD-909 is Behringer’s nod to Roland’s eternally tasteful groovebox, the TR-909.
Behringer has unveiled their tribute to one of the world’s most recognisable drum machines, the Roland TR-909. Behringer’s version is labelled the RD-909.
Details are thin on the ground at the moment, with the price point and release date yet to be announced. True to recent form, they just left a lazy pic on their social media and let speculation reign.
With their 808 clone set to come in at less than US $400, we can expect its new stablemate to fetch a similar price tag.
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