Behringer Neutron

(1 customer review)


Experience the power of Behringer Neutron, the ultimate analog and digital hybrid synthesizer that has been designed to provide you with the highest level of sound quality and creative flexibility.



The Behringer Neutron Synthesizer is an affordable and impressive analog synthesizer that has taken the music-making world by storm since its release in 2018. It is a powerful synth that is compact and easy to use but with a host of sophisticated features that make it great for professionals and beginners alike.

The Neutron’s sound engine is based on two independent VCOs (voltage-controlled oscillators) with a wealth of waveforms, including triangle, sawtooth, and square, and adjustable frequency ranges. Additionally, there are two envelope generators, two LFOs, and a sample-and-hold circuit that adds randomness to the sound.

One of the most exciting features of the Neutron is the semi-modular architecture, which means that the various components can be wired together to create complex and unique sounds. The synth has 56 patch points, which offer extensive patch bay functionality, allowing users to connect different components and create a highly customized signal flow.

The Neutron also boasts a versatile filter section, including a classic 12dB per octave low-pass filter, a high-pass filter, and a switchable dual-mode filter that can emulate the legendary Moog ladder filter. The filter section also has a unique overdrive circuit that adds grit and character to the sound.

Other features that make the Neutron an impressive synthesizer include a powerful onboard digital delay, a wide range of modulation capabilities, two dedicated 2-octave slim keyboards, and MIDI/CV connectivity.

In conclusion, the Behringer Neutron Synthesizer is an impressive synth that punches above its weight in terms of features and performance. It combines the sound quality and character of classic analog synths with modern technology and a flexible modular architecture, making it an ideal tool for creative sound design and live performance. Whether you’re an experienced synth user or just starting your musical journey, the Neutron is a synth that will inspire you to create something new and unique.

Behringer Neutron properties

Product name Neutron
Brand Behringer
Type Keyboard Instruments
Keyboard Instrument Synthesizer
Rotary Controls Yes
Connections 3.5mm (Aux), MIDI, MIDI In, MIDI Through USB
Colour Red
Power Supply Electrical Cable to Wall Socket

Additional information


Product type

Keyboard Instrument

Rotary Controls


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Power Supply

1 review for Behringer Neutron

  1. Craig Daves

    YAMAHA offers an interesting instrument in this price category, with very high values of creativity and sound that meet the requirements at the price category level. I would love to see a better, durable joystick in the future for faster sound modulation and located closer to the keyboard. I am happy with my purchase.

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Frequently Asked Questions:

How does the Behringer Neutron analog filter compare to its predecessor, the Moog Lowpass Filter, in terms of frequency response and resonance characteristics?

While both the Behringer Neutron analog filter and the Moog Lowpass Filter are low-pass filters, they have some differences in their frequency response and resonance characteristics. Frequency Response:
The Behringer Neutron filter has a cutoff frequency range of 6 dB/octave (slope) from 18 Hz to 20 kHz, while the Moog Lowpass Filter's range is from 24 dB/octave (steep slope) at 35 Hz to 10 kHz. The steeper slope on the Moog filter allows for a more abrupt roll-off of frequencies above the cutoff point. Resonance:
In terms of resonance, both filters have self-oscillation capabilities that allow them to produce rich harmonic content when pushed past their cutoff points. However, the Behringer Neutron filter has a higher maximum resonance setting than the Moog Lowpass Filter. The Neutron can go up to 100% resonance, while the Moog goes up to 75%. This means that the Neutron filter can generate more extreme and complex self-oscillations compared to the Moog filter. In summary, while both filters have their unique characteristics, the Behringer Neutron filter offers a wider range of cutoff frequencies and higher resonance settings than the Moog Lowpass Filter.