The MiniBrute was one of most popular introductions from last year’s NAMM Show, packing a huge number of features into a one-oscillator analog monosynth. With a street price around US $500, the MiniBrute’s biggest limitation seems to be availability.
Here’s what he’s got to say about the collection:
The idea behind the Mega Brute Collection is to expand the capabilities of the hardware synth while using its rich analog sound. The Ableton instruments add many diverse effects and polyphony, allowing for the entire range of sounds from basses, leads, to pads and rhythmic arpeggiated patches. The download comes with a 4 song instrumental EP I’ve created, using only instruments and effects from the Mega Brute Collection. I’ve also included the Ableton Live Project files the EP was created in, to give an inside look as to how these instruments can be used in a production.
First trip out for a new arrival. Lots of things on YouTube show how aggressive the MiniBrute can be. It can also be very, very pretty if you ask it nicely.
Tenori-on sequencing Tinysizer and providing a simple beat for processing via the Monotron.
Normal service will be resumed shortly once I get rid of the Dusseldorf vibe that’s been bothering me recently.