JK Swopes of SoundsAndGear reviews the Arturia MiniBrute, starting with the ‘presets’ and going on to demonstrates the sound range of the analog synth:
Finally checking out the awesome little analog synthesizer from Arturia called the MiniBrute. This is a fully analog synthesizer with a Steiner-Parker filter, CV in/out, MIDI, and USB, all in a nice 25 key aluminum case.
This video, via Verifyhuman, captures a “budget monophonic synthesizer smackdown”: Continue reading
Reader Keith Handy shared his experience experimenting with using an Arturia MiniBrute synthesizer as an audio effect on his Les Paul guitar: Continue reading
This video, via flux302, offers some tips and tricks for using the new Arturia Minibrute synthesizer. Continue reading
This video, via Uniquesquared, takes a look at the Arturia MiniBrute synthesizer.
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.
Sunday Synth Jam: This video captures an Berlin School style ambient improvisation that explores the mellow side of the Arturia MiniBrute. Continue reading