It’s starting to look like the 2012 NAMM Show is going to be a mind-blowing gear-a-thon!
And it looks like a company best known for its software synths is getting ready to introduce something surprising. Images have leaked out of a new analog synthesizer, the Arturia Minibrute.
Here are the first images of the Arturia Minibrute analog synthesizer, which offers a knob-infested front panel:
Want a knob for everything? Bam! That’s what they’re talking about!
Here’s the Arturia Minibrute’s backside:
The Minibrute offers some serious connectivity options, including CV in and out, MIDI and USB.
Other features include an an arpeggiator, a VCO, a sub oscillator, filter, PWM, Ultrasaw, envelope generators, LFO and external audio input. The filter reportedly is a little different, too, based on a Steiner-Parker multi-mode design.
The best feature, though, may be the dedicated ‘Brute Factor’ knob!
The rumor mill has the Arturia Minibrute priced at $550. We’ll have the official news on the Minibrute, straight from Arturia, tomorrow.
Here’s the official Minibrute video teaser:
Check out the photos and specs and let us know what you think of the Arturia Minibrute!