Originally from the same era as other archetypal analog monosynths like the Roland SH-101, the Sequential Circuits Pro-One laid claim to many heavy basslines of the ’80s.
Behringer have been in the mood to revive a few classics of late, and the Pro-One could be next on the list.
Behringer are working their way through a list of analog synth favourites in order to bring these luscious sounds to a new generation. It seems that the Sequential Circuits Pro-One could be getting a reboot.
Though there isn’t a firm date on production yet – or any other details regarding the clone for that matter – the photo that they’ve posted up on their Facebook page shows a faithful recreation of the front panel of controls.
They have, however, taken away the keyboard and made it into a Eurorack compatible module. As ever with Behringer, you’ll just have to stay tuned to see what develops.
This is the latest in a series of clones that have been announced by the budget synth company. Last year Behringer announced that they would be taking on the Minimoog, and as recently as last month, the company hinted that there was a clone of the classic ’80s synth Roland Jupiter 8 in the works.