Arturia Minibrute Mod Lets It Do ‘Crazy FM Modulations’, Voids Your Warranty

This video, via midierror, demos one of Arturia MiniBrute designer Yves Usson’s Five Mods That Will Totally Void Your Warranty

The idea of the mod is to add a lever switch at the back of the MiniBrute that makes it possible to toggle between the normal vibrato range and an extended audio range. With the audio range, the vibrato turns into a FM modulator for the main oscillator. With this one can create bell sounds and other ‘crazy FM modulations’.

Usson has provided details on the mod – which will totally void your warranty – at his site.

6 thoughts on “Arturia Minibrute Mod Lets It Do ‘Crazy FM Modulations’, Voids Your Warranty

  1. you can get an even more interesting and rich result if you take the headphones output and put it into the pitch cv input or into the filter cv input, and without to cause any hardware’s damages.

  2. When will Arturia release the Brute? A two (or three) oscillator machine with a three octave keyboard?

    It would sell well. I’d be the first in line.

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