Arturia MiniBrute 2 ‘Ecosystem’ Now Available

Arturia let us know that their new MiniBrute 2 Ecosystem, including the MiniBrute 2, MiniBrute 2S, and RackBrute – is now available.

This slideshow requires JavaScript.

The MiniBrute 2 is an analog synthesizer that features a CV patchbay that lets you reshape and redesign its architecture, a 25-note keyboard, sequencer, arpeggiator, and Steiner-Parker filter for full creative control.

Features:

  • Analog, semi-modular synthesizer
  • Dual oscillators
  • Dual LFO’s
  • Dual envelopes
  • Steiner-Parker Filter
  • Full-size keys with velocity & aftertouch
  • 48-point modular patchbay
  • Arpeggiator & step sequencer
  • Link Compatible

Pricing and Availability

The Arturia MiniBrute 2 is available for 649$ / 649 Euro. See the Arturia site for more info.

The MiniBrute 2S features the same powerful analog synth engine as the MiniBrute 2, but replaces the keyboard with an advanced, triple-layered sequencer with performance pad interface.

Pricing and Availability

The Arturia MiniBrute 2S is available now for $649. See the Arturia site for more info.

The RackBrute 3U and 6U systems are Eurorack modular housing systems that can either be used in a standalone mode, or connected via the Arturia Link system to either the MiniBrute 2 or MiniBrute 2S.

Pricing and Availability

The RackBrute Eurorack cases are priced at US $299/249 Euro for the 3U case and 279 for the 6U case. See the Arturia site for more info.

Arturia has also started a new tutorial series, dedicated to the MiniBrute 2 Ecosystem:

4 thoughts on “Arturia MiniBrute 2 ‘Ecosystem’ Now Available

      1. The SonicState review of the two Brutes said that the sides are actual wood now and not the fake wood of earlier Arturia products.

  1. Looks like stained soft wood like pine or poplar. Might be easy to get nicks and dents. Wait a sec, are we complaining about wood now? hahahahahah. I’d be more concerned about the rubber feet on gear, if one comes off, your all lopsided. Rubber feet complaints!

Leave a Reply