The $99 (£74) synth includes three VCOs, a multimode filter, a built-in arpeggiator and a 16-step motion sequencer.
Saturn also has 27 touch-sensitive keys for “great playability” according to Behringer.
You can also link a larger MIDI keyboard as well as sync it to other synths or drum machines.
The Saturn is powered from either your smartphone, power bank or computer.
Behringer has said: “The product development is completed and once we receive the necessary chips, we’ll ship this marvel.”
Behringer also suggests a full-size Jupiter-inspired synth in the future by alluding: “Many of you shared with us how much you love the magic sound of this magic synth. While we’re also working on a full-size synthesizer, here is our affordable mini version with the authentic circuitry and sound, but accessible to everyone."
Previously, Roland released a mini version of the Jupiter-8 as part of their Boutique range as well as smaller versions of the Juno-106 and JX-3P.
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