Arturia MiniBrute V Recreates Hardware Monosynth As Polyphonic Virtual Instrument

Arturia has introduced MiniBrute V, a new plugin for Mac & Windows that recreates the company’s hardware monosynth as a polyphonic virtual instrument.

MiniBrute V offers 8-voices of polyphony, 168 presets, an arpeggiator, built-in tutorials and more.


  • Enhanced software emulation of the Arturia MiniBrute
  • 8 voices of adjustable polyphony
  • Steiner-Parker Multimode Filter
  • Voltage Controlled Oscillator with Sub-Osc
  • LFO1 with 6 waveforms and bi-polar modulation destinations
  • LFO2 with 3 vibrato modes
  • Brute Factor delivering saturation and rich harmonics
  • Ultrasaw generating shimmering sawtooth waveforms
  • Metalizer bringing extreme triangle harmonics
  • Two ADSR Envelope Generators
  • 168 presets
  • Arpeggiator
    • 4 Modes of Arpeggiation
    • 4 Octave Range Control
    • 8 Time Divisions
    • Swing Control
  • 25-note virtual keyboard
  • Built-in tutorials

MiniBrute V Overview:

Pricing and Availability

MiniBrute V is available now for the intro price of 99 USD/EUR (normally 199).

11 thoughts on “Arturia MiniBrute V Recreates Hardware Monosynth As Polyphonic Virtual Instrument

      1. Three was a big fat disappointment. No one is waiting, we just play the first two on repeat and lament how it was lightning in a bottle that shall never return.

        1. Wait, what? There are people that don’t think Three is the best record they’ve ever made?

          That’s actually news to me. Three was insane. Even better live.

          1. For years I thought Three was a poor cousin to the first two but I’ve come to love it. I understand why they chose to break away from repeating the “cinematic noir” they experimented with on Dummy then leaned into on the second LP.

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