Moog CEO “reached out to Uli Behringer” to try and sell company, Behringer claims
It comes after accusations made in Jordan’s recent YouTube video on Behringer and Moog.
A Behringer DeepMind 12 polysynthesizer (Photo by Joby Sessions/Future via Getty Images)
[UPDATE 9 October 2023: 22:06 BST: Behringer has removed its Facebook post]
In a video by Benn Jordan, the producer explores Moog’s acquisition by InMusic earlier this year and also looks at recent claims made by Behringer that a number of publications and influencers no longer support the company for reasons including not paying for ads and not providing free products for reviews.
“One of the reasons I haven’t featured any Behringer products on this channel,” Jordan says, “Is because the company has sued people for criticising the company.”
In a Facebook post today (9 October) Behringer said, “Usually we ignore such inflammatory videos. However, we have decided to respond this time,” before going on to give their side of the story.
Usually we just ignore such inflammatory videos. However, we have decided to respond this time, as it provides a perfect…
The post explains that, while Moog CEO Mike Adams offered to sell Moog to Behringer, the company declined due to differences in business models.
I spoke to a LOT of people and heard absolutely nothing of this.
Given that @Behringer has outright lied on their Facebook page multiple times (as recently as a few weeks ago with Loopop , influencers, “not for profit”, etc).
Behringer has since shared an alleged “proof of correspondence” on its Facebook group, revealing an image of an email exchange between Uli Behringer and Mike Adams arranging a meeting on a virtual platform. This has since been deleted.
Image: FacebookMeanwhile, Behringer reportedly has over 50 synths in development as of 2023, with seemingly no plans to slow down.
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