AfroDJMac has another free Live Pack, MiniBrute Drums For Ableton Live:
These drums were created from samples of the Arturia MiniBrute. First I made a bunch of Ableton Live Instruments (available in my MegaBrute Collection), tweaked and twisted those instruments into drum sounds, and resampled the output of those sounds into Ableton Drum Racks.
It’s a cool example of how you can take instruments and resample them into something totally new. The result is 24 different drum sounds with effects such as parallel compression, lo pass filter, and gated reverb.
I think they have a unique sound and character all their own.
Download the Live Pack at the AfroDJMac site.
Arturia reports that MiniBrute synthesizer production has ramped up and that they are now shipping in Europe:
Dear friends and musicians,
The situation related to the supply of MiniBrute units is nearly solved!
We have now shipped larger batches of products to the USA, Japan and Australia. Pretty much every dealer has received units by now. Two weeks ago, more units were delivered to European stores. This was limited supply but more products were sent last Friday so more are on the way.
Our move to a new plant was done successfully, and even though it stopped production for a few weeks, we are confident that we will be able to deliver units to the stores on a regular basis.
We want to thank you for your understanding and patience.
The Arturia team
If you’ve been waiting to get a MiniBrute, let us know where you are and when you expect to get your synth!
This video, via DV247TV, takes a look at the new Arturia MiniBrute analog synthesizer.
The MiniBrute features a multimode Steiner-Parker filter, VCO with waveform mixer, arpeggiatior, MIDI, CV, USB connectivity and a 100% analogue signal path. Arturia also introduces some new features such as the Metalizer and Brute Factor to further add some shape to your sound.
The Minibrute is available now for $549/£429.
If you’ve tried the Arturia Minibrute, let us know what you think of it!