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Behringer Bass Synthesizer BSY600
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Behringer Bass Synthesizer BSY600

BEHRINGER adds sixteen new effects pedals to its collection of guitar, bass and keyboard effects processors. 24-bit RSM, or Real Sound Modeling pedals utilize DSP algorithms developed by BEHRINGER’s team of acoustic, hardware and software engineers.


Based in Willich, Germany, and led by Senior Product Manager Jan Duwe, BEHRINGER engineers have analyzed virtually every parameter of musical instrument sound production; from room acoustics and instrument construction materials, to electronic modification and amplification methods. The result is a new line of pedals that model everything from room reverberation to tape flanging and echo, to acoustic guitar simulation and more.

“Developing RSM pedals has been a multi-year program for us that has resulted in a platform on which we can develop in many directions”, states Duwe. “Our 24-bit hardware, firmware and software system will allow us to model many acoustic spaces, instruments and electronic modifications; at very little cost to the customer. One could easily be misled by the compact pedal form factor, but under the hood of our RSM processors you will find a lot of substantial FX for DJ’s, keyboardists and guitar amp effects loops alike.”

BEHRINGER RSM pedals include chorus, phase shifting, flanging, reverb, delay, echo, octave, dynamic formant eq, acoustic modeling, rotary, harmonizing and synthesis modeling.

"Real Sound Modeling" foot pedals with DSP algorithms
24-bit A/D/A conversion
Rugged impact-resistant injection molded cases
Sealed rotary controls
Dual outputs for stereo or split-signal applications
Ultra-bright On/Battery LED
Battery or DC powered

Price details per pedal (all shown ex local tax) : US - $74.95 UK £36.00 Euro 54 €
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