The music and sound industry is increasingly about big-league consolidation. InMusic – the company behind Akai and M-Audio – is growing. Long-standing Japanese titan Yamaha has snapped up Line6. Gibson now includes everything from Tascam to the website Harmony Central to consumer gear branded Philips. (And yes, throw out whatever you think you know about Gibson from the 90s – this has nothing to do with that.)

Now, count the giant MUSIC Group – the parent of Behringer, with Uli Behringer as its chief – among the big sharks on the acquisition market.

MUSIC Group announced today it has acquired TC Group. You probably know them as the makers of vocal effects and guitar effects and sound processing and mastering, under brands like TC Electronics and TC Helicon, or for their Tannoy label. And that’s clearly a big part of this deal, with MUSIC Group’s presence in that market with Behringer as well as Midas and Bugera tube amps (among others).

It’s more than that, though. TC Applied Technologies are in semiconductor designs, networking, and interface tech too, which gives Behringer a big boost in terms of intellectual property and the electronics market beyond musical instruments. And closer to home, MUSIC Group call out their interest in A/V and broadcast.

For their part, Danish-based TC say that they had other big suitors, but chose the Behringer folk – I wonder who those other players may have been.

Regardless, this is very big news, combining two powerful international companies. And any of us who think of Behringer as the “cheap mixer people,” we may do well to take them seriously – MUSIC Group now have their own factory complex in China and a 300-person engineering team.

The strange thing to me about musical instruments is this play with giant transnationals with their own manufacturing and engineering capabilities, and integrating marketing networks. So much of the interesting stuff, the culturally impactful designs, still somehow happens in tiny one-person and several-person boutique operations.

It was single-engineer shops that launched the modular renaissance. It was the monome that wound up in the Museum of Modern Art and re-popularized grid-based interfaces. These are products that ship a tiny handful of units and earn very little money, if they break even at all. The cultural capital is far outweighing the actual sales. At some point, it seems that will create real tension. And, on the other hand, all we do with chips and software – from DSP to microcontrollers to your laptop – rely on bigger-scale operations. Not one boutique maker of software or hardware can claim independence from the larger electronics manufacturing community.

But whatever deeper questions, keep an eye out for MUSIC and TC. A new giant is born.

  • Just popping in to say how much I love TC products.

    • Chris Stack

      Big fan here too. My TC-Helicon Voiceworks has been a a very important part of my setup for almost a decade, and I’m not even a singer.

  • Just popping in to say how much I love TC products.

    • Chris Stack

      Big fan here too. My TC-Helicon Voiceworks has been a a very important part of my setup for almost a decade, and I’m not even a singer.

  • Just popping in to say how much I love TC products.

    • Chris Stack

      Big fan here too. My TC-Helicon Voiceworks has been a a very important part of my setup for almost a decade, and I’m not even a singer.

  • nayseven

    Great, can be definitively a good news for musicians ! (hope it’s the same for TC employees)

  • nayseven

    Great, can be definitively a good news for musicians ! (hope it’s the same for TC employees)

  • nayseven

    Great, can be definitively a good news for musicians ! (hope it’s the same for TC employees)

  • fgvyti

    TC quality and Behringer price??? Fuck yeah baby, bring it on!!!!

    • Martin Wheeler

      I would love to buy a $20,000 TC System 6000 Mkii for $299.99. I would even be willing to travel to the Chinese factory to pick it up, on my flying pig. I wonder what the big post facilities who have tens, or in some cases hundreds, of thousands of dollars invested in 6000s are thinking ? Not that they were particularly well served by TC recently, but Behringer ? Come on.

      • foljs

        Yeh, because what we all care for are the $20,000 TC products….

        • Martin Wheeler

          Define “we”. What makes you think “we all” have the exact same focus that you do ? They are standard issue in sound-for-picture mixing facilities worldwide, so if you ever have anything to do with making music for film, ( or for that matter if you ever go to the movies !) then maybe you might just care too.

          • foljs

            “””Define “we”. What makes you think “we all” have the exact same focus that you do ?”””

            Statistics. The ratio of people who buy TC products (a reverb, a vocal processor, etc) vs the people who buy $20,000 TC products is so big it’s not even funny.

            “””They are standard issue in sound-for-picture mixing facilities worldwide, so if you ever have anything to do with making music for film, ( or for that matter if you ever go to the movies !) then maybe you might just care too.”””

            Sure, but then again I’d most likely be commenting in some trade mag or site with others in the same business as me, not in a generic forum for electronic music dabblers and fans, where people complain about the price of a $800 synth.

          • Martin Wheeler

            I’m sure Peter will be thrilled to find out that his forum is somehow both “generic”, but also reserved for “dabblers” ! 😉 Actually I think you will find that your idea of the range of people who read CDM is well wide of the mark. Personally, I mainly do music for film, I don’t have a $20.000 TC system in my own studio, nor am I in the market for one, but just last week I attended the final mix of a movie that I did the music for, and guess what ? my music was treated to a very discrete, but very appropriate dose of surround reverb from … a TC 6000. Are you suggesting that I should keep my comments to myself because I’m not a “generic dabbler” ? 😉 In fact I’m far from being the only person doing music for picture that hangs around here. But those systems aren’t even reserved for movie mixes. Many music recording studios have them. Do you think that nobody that reads CDM ever recorded anywhere except in a home-studio ? Of course TC sells many more units of their cheaper items than of their 6000 systems, and you are of course entitled to your focus, but if you assume that something that you are not personally interested in must then necessarily be of no interest to “we all”, well I’m sorry, but you are wrong.

  • fgvyti

    TC quality and Behringer price??? Fuck yeah baby, bring it on!!!!

    • Martin Wheeler

      I would love to buy a $20,000 TC System 6000 Mkii for $299.99. I would even be willing to travel to the Chinese factory to pick it up, on my flying pig. I wonder what the big post facilities who have tens, or in some cases hundreds, of thousands of dollars invested in 6000s are thinking ? Not that they were particularly well served by TC recently, but Behringer ? Come on.

      • foljs

        Yeh, because what we all care for are the $20,000 TC products….

        • Martin Wheeler

          Define “we”. What makes you think “we all” have the exact same focus that you do ? They are standard issue in sound-for-picture mixing facilities worldwide, so if you ever have anything to do with making music for film, ( or for that matter if you ever go to the movies !) then maybe you might just care too.

          • foljs

            “””Define “we”. What makes you think “we all” have the exact same focus that you do ?”””

            Statistics. The ratio of people who buy TC products (a reverb, a vocal processor, etc) vs the people who buy $20,000 TC products is so big it’s not even funny.

            “””They are standard issue in sound-for-picture mixing facilities worldwide, so if you ever have anything to do with making music for film, ( or for that matter if you ever go to the movies !) then maybe you might just care too.”””

            Sure, but then again I’d most likely be commenting in some trade mag or site with others in the same business as me, not in a generic forum for electronic music dabblers and fans, where people complain about the price of a $800 synth.

          • Martin Wheeler

            I’m sure Peter will be thrilled to find out that his forum is somehow both “generic”, but also reserved for “dabblers” ! 😉 Actually I think you will find that your idea of the range of people who read CDM is well wide of the mark. Personally, I mainly do music for film, I don’t have a $20.000 TC system in my own studio, nor am I in the market for one, but just last week I attended the final mix of a movie that I did the music for, and guess what ? my music was treated to a very discrete, but very appropriate dose of surround reverb from … a TC 6000. Are you suggesting that I should keep my comments to myself because I’m not a “generic dabbler” ? 😉 In fact I’m far from being the only person doing music for picture that hangs around here. But those systems aren’t even reserved for movie mixes. Many music recording studios have them. Do you think that nobody that reads CDM ever recorded anywhere except in a home-studio ? Of course TC sells many more units of their cheaper items than of their 6000 systems, and you are of course entitled to your focus, but if you assume that something that you are not personally interested in must then necessarily be of no interest to “we all”, well I’m sorry, but you are wrong.

  • fgvyti

    TC quality and Behringer price??? Fuck yeah baby, bring it on!!!!

    • Martin Wheeler

      I would love to buy a $20,000 TC System 6000 Mkii for $299.99. I would even be willing to travel to the Chinese factory to pick it up, on my flying pig. I wonder what the big post facilities who have tens, or in some cases hundreds, of thousands of dollars invested in 6000s are thinking ? Not that they were particularly well served by TC recently, but Behringer ? Come on.

      • foljs

        Yeh, because what we all care for are the $20,000 TC products….

        • Martin Wheeler

          Define “we”. What makes you think “we all” have the exact same focus that you do ? They are standard issue in sound-for-picture mixing facilities worldwide, so if you ever have anything to do with making music for film, ( or for that matter if you ever go to the movies !) then maybe you might just care too.

          • foljs

            “””Define “we”. What makes you think “we all” have the exact same focus that you do ?”””

            Statistics. The ratio of people who buy TC products (a reverb, a vocal processor, etc) vs the people who buy $20,000 TC products is so big it’s not even funny.

            “””They are standard issue in sound-for-picture mixing facilities worldwide, so if you ever have anything to do with making music for film, ( or for that matter if you ever go to the movies !) then maybe you might just care too.”””

            Sure, but then again I’d most likely be commenting in some trade mag or site with others in the same business as me, not in a generic forum for electronic music dabblers and fans, where people complain about the price of a $800 synth.

          • Martin Wheeler

            I’m sure Peter will be thrilled to find out that his forum is somehow both “generic”, but also reserved for “dabblers” ! 😉 Actually I think you will find that your idea of the range of people who read CDM is well wide of the mark. Personally, I mainly do music for film, I don’t have a $20.000 TC system in my own studio, nor am I in the market for one, but just last week I attended the final mix of a movie that I did the music for, and guess what ? my music was treated to a very discrete, but very appropriate dose of surround reverb from … a TC 6000. Are you suggesting that I should keep my comments to myself because I’m not a “generic dabbler” ? 😉 In fact I’m far from being the only person doing music for picture that hangs around here. But those systems aren’t even reserved for movie mixes. Many music recording studios have them. Do you think that nobody that reads CDM ever recorded anywhere except in a home-studio ? Of course TC sells many more units of their cheaper items than of their 6000 systems, and you are of course entitled to your focus, but if you assume that something that you are not personally interested in must then necessarily be of no interest to “we all”, well I’m sorry, but you are wrong.

  • Charlie Cowper

    This is bad news. A friend of mine works for music group and he hates it. They buy small companies, fire the staff and move production to China. This just happened to Turbo Sound Speakers in the UK, and another small hifi company. People who had worked there for 60yrs suddenly let go. These premium brands will still be touted but the quality will surely be compromised.
    Behringer is bad news.

    • That may be, in those cases. But TC isn’t a small company – and it’s clear that they were hired for their engineering resources, which are significant not only in MI but in AV, broadcast, and (!!) semiconductors.

      A number of the recent acquisitions I mention above have a lot more to do with capital resources and market power, and some of the companies acquired are much happier with their new owners. So that’s not to comment on MUSIC Group, generally, but it appears on the surface that this acquisition is at least strategically similar to those – which means you actually want the operation to continue as-is, but with more power in the global market.

      Generally, what compromises quality is really to do with what happens to those human resources.

      • samuel

        Another thing that is interesting here is that Turbosound and Klark Teknik/Midas were failing companies. TC Group is far from that (the ageing private owners were looking for a way to retire and TC Group needed more cash to grow further – all out there if you care to look). Going to be interesting, once you get past the Behringer sigma, admittedly brought on Uli and his previous shenanigans himself. Maybe he’s grown up a little now? Working as an MI retailer of both brands, much prefer TC’s way of doing things. Would hint that actually the Music Group staff have more to be worried about actually.

      • foljs

        “””But TC isn’t a small company”””

        It’s not a big one either. Yamaha is big (over $12 billion revenue across departments). A company like TC or even Korg is comparatively tiny (a few tens of millions).

        Remember how EMU, the seemingly big established player, was bought and died market-wise in a couple of years or so…

    • Freeks

      Those ppl would have been fired anyway. Turbo Sound was something in the 90’s, but not anymore. Owners are probably glad that they got even something out of it.

  • Charlie Cowper

    This is bad news. A friend of mine works for music group and he hates it. They buy small companies, fire the staff and move production to China. This just happened to Turbo Sound Speakers in the UK, and another small hifi company. People who had worked there for 60yrs suddenly let go. These premium brands will still be touted but the quality will surely be compromised.
    Behringer is bad news.

    • That may be, in those cases. But TC isn’t a small company – and it’s clear that they were hired for their engineering resources, which are significant not only in MI but in AV, broadcast, and (!!) semiconductors.

      A number of the recent acquisitions I mention above have a lot more to do with capital resources and market power, and some of the companies acquired are much happier with their new owners. So that’s not to comment on MUSIC Group, generally, but it appears on the surface that this acquisition is at least strategically similar to those – which means you actually want the operation to continue as-is, but with more power in the global market.

      Generally, what compromises quality is really to do with what happens to those human resources.

      • samuel

        Another thing that is interesting here is that Turbosound and Klark Teknik/Midas were failing companies. TC Group is far from that (the ageing private owners were looking for a way to retire and TC Group needed more cash to grow further – all out there if you care to look). Going to be interesting, once you get past the Behringer sigma, admittedly brought on Uli and his previous shenanigans himself. Maybe he’s grown up a little now? Working as an MI retailer of both brands, much prefer TC’s way of doing things. Would hint that actually the Music Group staff have more to be worried about actually.

      • foljs

        “””But TC isn’t a small company”””

        It’s not a big one either. Yamaha is big (over $12 billion revenue across departments). A company like TC or even Korg is comparatively tiny (a few tens of millions).

        Remember how EMU, the seemingly big established player, was bought and died market-wise in a couple of years or so…

    • Freeks

      Those ppl would have been fired anyway. Turbo Sound was something in the 90’s, but not anymore. Owners are probably glad that they got even something out of it.

  • Charlie Cowper

    This is bad news. A friend of mine works for music group and he hates it. They buy small companies, fire the staff and move production to China. This just happened to Turbo Sound Speakers in the UK, and another small hifi company. People who had worked there for 60yrs suddenly let go. These premium brands will still be touted but the quality will surely be compromised.
    Behringer is bad news.

    • That may be, in those cases. But TC isn’t a small company – and it’s clear that they were hired for their engineering resources, which are significant not only in MI but in AV, broadcast, and (!!) semiconductors.

      A number of the recent acquisitions I mention above have a lot more to do with capital resources and market power, and some of the companies acquired are much happier with their new owners. So that’s not to comment on MUSIC Group, generally, but it appears on the surface that this acquisition is at least strategically similar to those – which means you actually want the operation to continue as-is, but with more power in the global market.

      Generally, what compromises quality is really to do with what happens to those human resources.

      • samuel

        Another thing that is interesting here is that Turbosound and Klark Teknik/Midas were failing companies. TC Group is far from that (the ageing private owners were looking for a way to retire and TC Group needed more cash to grow further – all out there if you care to look). Going to be interesting, once you get past the Behringer sigma, admittedly brought on Uli and his previous shenanigans himself. Maybe he’s grown up a little now? Working as an MI retailer of both brands, much prefer TC’s way of doing things. Would hint that actually the Music Group staff have more to be worried about actually.

      • foljs

        “””But TC isn’t a small company”””

        It’s not a big one either. Yamaha is big (over $12 billion revenue across departments). A company like TC or even Korg is comparatively tiny (a few tens of millions).

        Remember how EMU, the seemingly big established player, was bought and died market-wise in a couple of years or so…

    • Freeks

      Those ppl would have been fired anyway. Turbo Sound was something in the 90’s, but not anymore. Owners are probably glad that they got even something out of it.

  • andruss

    what’s the relationship between TC and dynaudio. does this deal include anything in that?

    • ja

      Both Dynaudio and TC were part of Harman Group

      • samuel

        Not true, Dynaudio and TC Group have never been part of Harman (quite the opposite in fact). TC Group have had a development relationship with Dynaudio since 1999 and have had worldwide exclusive distribution for 11 years!

        • ja

          I’m beginning to remember things incorrectly. Thanks for correcting me 🙂
          There are just too many enormous companies around.

      • djsmps

        Neither were part of Harman.

  • andruss

    what’s the relationship between TC and dynaudio. does this deal include anything in that?

    • ja

      Both Dynaudio and TC were part of Harman Group

      • samuel

        Not true, Dynaudio and TC Group have never been part of Harman (quite the opposite in fact). TC Group have had a development relationship with Dynaudio since 1999 and have had worldwide exclusive distribution for 11 years!

        • ja

          I’m beginning to remember things incorrectly. Thanks for correcting me 🙂
          There are just too many enormous companies around.

      • djsmps

        Neither were part of Harman.

  • andruss

    what’s the relationship between TC and dynaudio. does this deal include anything in that?

    • ja

      Both Dynaudio and TC were part of Harman Group

      • samuel

        Not true, Dynaudio and TC Group have never been part of Harman (quite the opposite in fact). TC Group have had a development relationship with Dynaudio since 1999 and have had worldwide exclusive distribution for 11 years!

        • ja

          I’m beginning to remember things incorrectly. Thanks for correcting me 🙂
          There are just too many enormous companies around.

      • djsmps

        Neither were part of Harman.

  • Not happy with what happened to M-Audio and AKAI after the InMuusic Purchase. But this might be a Step- Up for Beheringher LOL

  • Not happy with what happened to M-Audio and AKAI after the InMuusic Purchase. But this might be a Step- Up for Beheringher LOL

  • Not happy with what happened to M-Audio and AKAI after the InMuusic Purchase. But this might be a Step- Up for Beheringher LOL

  • Well, as you mentioned, Peter, the large corporations continue to grow ever larger, while the small boutique shops continue to specialise even further. For the former, it is about optimising the bottom line through making the manufacturing process cheaper (and size/numbers is one factor in there) and growing their intellectual property pool (read: they acquire companies for their patents and their engineers’ knowledge.) It is never about the acquired company’s accounting department…

    Like it or not, but that’s how the game goes. Record labels, book stores, film makers – heck, even coffee shops, groceries and shipping companies follow the same principle.

    But all that size-does-matter game is ultimately worth nothing without the crazy innovations from those small sized, boutique makers of stuff. It is their visions that turn into products that almost nobody can afford – until the large scale manufacturer comes and brings it to the mainstream. Ultimately, at least for the world of music making, I cannot see any bad in that.

  • Well, as you mentioned, Peter, the large corporations continue to grow ever larger, while the small boutique shops continue to specialise even further. For the former, it is about optimising the bottom line through making the manufacturing process cheaper (and size/numbers is one factor in there) and growing their intellectual property pool (read: they acquire companies for their patents and their engineers’ knowledge.) It is never about the acquired company’s accounting department…

    Like it or not, but that’s how the game goes. Record labels, book stores, film makers – heck, even coffee shops, groceries and shipping companies follow the same principle.

    But all that size-does-matter game is ultimately worth nothing without the crazy innovations from those small sized, boutique makers of stuff. It is their visions that turn into products that almost nobody can afford – until the large scale manufacturer comes and brings it to the mainstream. Ultimately, at least for the world of music making, I cannot see any bad in that.

  • Well, as you mentioned, Peter, the large corporations continue to grow ever larger, while the small boutique shops continue to specialise even further. For the former, it is about optimising the bottom line through making the manufacturing process cheaper (and size/numbers is one factor in there) and growing their intellectual property pool (read: they acquire companies for their patents and their engineers’ knowledge.) It is never about the acquired company’s accounting department…

    Like it or not, but that’s how the game goes. Record labels, book stores, film makers – heck, even coffee shops, groceries and shipping companies follow the same principle.

    But all that size-does-matter game is ultimately worth nothing without the crazy innovations from those small sized, boutique makers of stuff. It is their visions that turn into products that almost nobody can afford – until the large scale manufacturer comes and brings it to the mainstream. Ultimately, at least for the world of music making, I cannot see any bad in that.

  • Will

    > So much of the interesting stuff, the culturally impactful designs, still somehow happens in tiny one-person and several-person boutique operations.

    Yes, this. Always was, always will be. Even the ones that grow large mostly started that way—Leo Fender, Orville Gibson, Bob Moog, Greg Mackie… Hell, Apple Computer.

    • Freeks

      And Uli Behringer 😉

  • Will

    > So much of the interesting stuff, the culturally impactful designs, still somehow happens in tiny one-person and several-person boutique operations.

    Yes, this. Always was, always will be. Even the ones that grow large mostly started that way—Leo Fender, Orville Gibson, Bob Moog, Greg Mackie… Hell, Apple Computer.

    • Freeks

      And Uli Behringer 😉

  • Will

    > So much of the interesting stuff, the culturally impactful designs, still somehow happens in tiny one-person and several-person boutique operations.

    Yes, this. Always was, always will be. Even the ones that grow large mostly started that way—Leo Fender, Orville Gibson, Bob Moog, Greg Mackie… Hell, Apple Computer.

    • Freeks

      And Uli Behringer 😉

  • Mobile B

    On 28 April 2014 Philips agreed to sell their Woox Innovations subsidiary (consumer electronics) to Gibson Brands for $US135 million.

  • Mobile B

    On 28 April 2014 Philips agreed to sell their Woox Innovations subsidiary (consumer electronics) to Gibson Brands for $US135 million.

  • Mobile B

    On 28 April 2014 Philips agreed to sell their Woox Innovations subsidiary (consumer electronics) to Gibson Brands for $US135 million.

  • Freeks

    Wonder what will happen to Tannoy High End speakers?
    Tannoy Kingdom Royal speakers retail for 56,000€ EACH!
    They also make the budget speakers, but also those very high end ones.

  • Freeks

    Wonder what will happen to Tannoy High End speakers?
    Tannoy Kingdom Royal speakers retail for 56,000€ EACH!
    They also make the budget speakers, but also those very high end ones.

  • Freeks

    Wonder what will happen to Tannoy High End speakers?
    Tannoy Kingdom Royal speakers retail for 56,000€ EACH!
    They also make the budget speakers, but also those very high end ones.

  • Derek
  • Derek
  • Derek
  • Florian Krause

    Oh no! I always liked Tannoy speakers. 🙁

  • Florian Krause

    Oh no! I always liked Tannoy speakers. 🙁

  • Florian Krause

    Oh no! I always liked Tannoy speakers. 🙁

  • Adam Jay

    Welp, there goes the neighborhood.

  • Adam Jay

    Welp, there goes the neighborhood.

  • Adam Jay

    Welp, there goes the neighborhood.

  • Freeks

    Uli Behringer comments in Gearslutz:

    Dear all,

    thank you for all your comments. Allow me to clarify a few topics.

    Dynaudio is not part of the acquisition and will stay with the current owner.

    We are very honored and excited to have the TC Electronic and TC Helicon teams (among all other TC Group brands and teams) join the MUSIC Group.

    The TC people are some of most creative designers and engineers I have ever met and you have witnessed all the amazing products the team has launched over many decades.

    It is our intention to provide the TC teams with all resources and support needed so these incredible people can totally focus on all the innovative and fantastic products that are in the pipeline.

    Like with MIDAS, where we increased the Manchester engineering team from 8 to close to 100 since the acquisition, we also intend to hire more engineers to support the TC teams.

    These are very exciting times!

    Warm regards

    Uli

    _______

  • Freeks

    Uli Behringer comments in Gearslutz:

    Dear all,

    thank you for all your comments. Allow me to clarify a few topics.

    Dynaudio is not part of the acquisition and will stay with the current owner.

    We are very honored and excited to have the TC Electronic and TC Helicon teams (among all other TC Group brands and teams) join the MUSIC Group.

    The TC people are some of most creative designers and engineers I have ever met and you have witnessed all the amazing products the team has launched over many decades.

    It is our intention to provide the TC teams with all resources and support needed so these incredible people can totally focus on all the innovative and fantastic products that are in the pipeline.

    Like with MIDAS, where we increased the Manchester engineering team from 8 to close to 100 since the acquisition, we also intend to hire more engineers to support the TC teams.

    These are very exciting times!

    Warm regards

    Uli

    _______

  • Freeks

    Uli Behringer comments in Gearslutz:

    Dear all,

    thank you for all your comments. Allow me to clarify a few topics.

    Dynaudio is not part of the acquisition and will stay with the current owner.

    We are very honored and excited to have the TC Electronic and TC Helicon teams (among all other TC Group brands and teams) join the MUSIC Group.

    The TC people are some of most creative designers and engineers I have ever met and you have witnessed all the amazing products the team has launched over many decades.

    It is our intention to provide the TC teams with all resources and support needed so these incredible people can totally focus on all the innovative and fantastic products that are in the pipeline.

    Like with MIDAS, where we increased the Manchester engineering team from 8 to close to 100 since the acquisition, we also intend to hire more engineers to support the TC teams.

    These are very exciting times!

    Warm regards

    Uli

    _______

  • hellojeffreyjames

    TC voice petals always leave me feeling unsatisfied. Maybe this will finally give me a vocal petal with robust perimeter controls.

  • hellojeffreyjames

    TC voice petals always leave me feeling unsatisfied. Maybe this will finally give me a vocal petal with robust perimeter controls.

  • hellojeffreyjames

    TC voice petals always leave me feeling unsatisfied. Maybe this will finally give me a vocal petal with robust perimeter controls.

  • IRS4

    Behringer introduced me to and turned me off forever to garbagey cheap gear knockoffs.

  • IRS4

    Behringer introduced me to and turned me off forever to garbagey cheap gear knockoffs.

  • IRS4

    Behringer introduced me to and turned me off forever to garbagey cheap gear knockoffs.

  • Robert Dorschel

    I think you misspelled “300 person reverse-engineering team”