What would an electr(on)ic instrument have looked like if it had been invented in the 1860s? This design takes inspiration from traditional control panels from the 19th century, with period-specific label fonts and fine-graded dials. The Behringer logo has been replaced with a fictional proto-Behringer symbol: a triangular prism imprinted with a human ear.
The design is named in the honour of Ada Lovelace - the original computer programmer (and the daughter of Lord Byron) - and is available in 5 classic colour themes: Prussian blue, Maroon red, Brunswick green, Slate grey and Oatmeal white.
If you choose to buy 2 or more overlays, use the coupon code BUY2+ at checkout to receive a 10% discount.
And if you buy 5 or more, use the code BUY5+ and get a massive 20% off!
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