The Arturia MiniBrute Synthesizer Is ‘An Amazing Little Beast’

Sweetwater’s Daniel Fisher takes a look at a prototype of the new Arturia MiniBrute Analog Synthesizer, which was one of the most exciting introductions at this year’s NAMM Show.

Fisher takes a thorough walkthrough of its parameters and features, with plenty of audio demos. The Minibrute can be controlled with CV, MIDI, or USB-MIDI, and it’s even got an external audio input that lets you run signals through the multi-mode filter and amplifier sections.

via SweetwaterSound

7 thoughts on “The Arturia MiniBrute Synthesizer Is ‘An Amazing Little Beast’

  1. an earlier!!!!
    Sorry I’m still learning English,I live in a monkeycountry where they talk Dutch.
    The only foreign language they teach at school is French.
    Englisch is for university and I never made it to there because I was at party’s and took a lot of drugs and I fucked a very cute girl pregnant and I always was sleeping in my bed during the school hours .
    So excuse me for my bad English.

    1. LOL That’s the best reason for not learning anything, parties, drugs and fucking chic’s pregnant… classic.

  2. Words cant express how I long for a minibrute, but alas I’m too poor even for this modestly priced beauty. Hey maybe it will be followed up with a polyphonic MaxiBrute!

  3. I dig it, I like the ability to mix in oscillators. The cv is a big plus for a full on analog mini key at this price point. I haven’t heard it in person yet but I am looking forward to it. With the amount of features it has, arturia whose products aren’t the best, but always deliver a pleasuable result, I’m sure is going to deliver a fine product. I look forward to mods, I’m sure some creative case and hardward modifications are going to make this thing a blast, especially at $500!

  4. Dang. This is the second or third demo in which part of a knob has come off unintentionally… Hopefully the rest of the build quality is better.

  5. Oh dear is that fellow wearing a CSC t-shirt!? I can’t watch any more… it’s like I’m back at my old job watching a bad IT training video!

    I too am worried about knobs (of any kind) falling off…

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