Behringer to Release Theremin, Keystep Knock-Off, and a Remake of Their Own BCR2000


Despite what is happening in the world, it doesn't seem that Behringer is affected in any way. The company continues to announce and release new products. Just a few days ago, they revealed Behringer SWING, a shameful clone of Arturia's Keystep that is still in production.

In addition to that, Behringer will also release a $99 Theremin with a filter, delay, and quantization built-in.

Finally, the company asked their fans whether they would like to see a remake of BCR2000, a beloved cheap MIDI rotary controller from the 00s. If the resurrection will go through, the new version called BCR64 will be much sleeker, will have built-in MIDI connectors and many of the same features.