The DeepMind12 has 4 integrated FX Engines which can be used simultaneously but also synced to the synthesizer itself. Each engine is loaded with more than 30 high-quality FX algorithms from TC Electronic and Klark Teknik. These are true world-class FX, many of which have been derived from TC Electronic's acclaimed signal processors as well as Midas' high-end mixing consoles.
As a world's first, the DeepMind has built in Wifi and allows for full remote control of nearly all parameters - all through typical tablets.
With approximately 4,000 components, the DeepMind12 is one of the most complex synthesizers that has ever been built. Due to its discrete design structure, it has vastly more components than you will likely find in any of the current synthesizers on the market.
No denying here. Though the only noise mine has is a fairly minor 6k that is mostly masked by any other sounds the DM is making.
...and other things I had been eying in. Having heard demos of the DeepMind, I picked up a rack mount DeepMind 12. I got a Sirin. Now I was set. I was going to make amazing music. I don't think I ever plugged in the unos ever again but after feeling the pain of...
Funny, the Wasp was the one that turned my head as well. Nominee for Best Behringer to Date? Well, I see many people say the 2600, and maybe it is ... (I haven't got one, so I couldn't say) ... but of those I have actually played: - DeepMind 12 (my only poly analog)