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  • soundsandgear 5:05 pm on January 27, 2012 Permalink | Reply
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    NAMM 2012 Arturia MiniBrute audio demo 

  • soundsandgear 8:39 am on January 20, 2012 Permalink | Reply
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    Arturia MiniBrute Analog Synth NAMM 2012 

    • Unstrung 1:59 pm on January 20, 2012 Permalink | Reply

      Awesome synth for the price point!!

      MiniBrute,…hmm I am thinking there is another to follow in a series? Is there no SW GUI to save the preset?

      I like the hands on real sythn interface.

      Overall it looks killer

      • soundsandgear 12:27 am on January 21, 2012 Permalink | Reply

        Could be another coming? lol, no way to save presets on this synth, straight no presets at all

    • Jonathan W Mills AKA Slate 5:28 pm on January 20, 2012 Permalink | Reply

      I love this machine, just from listening to it on the Arturia website.

      As the pioneer of audio-MIDI feedback (see my endorsment by Sonuus for such uses of the i2M and G2M), over a year ago I commented that the next generation of synths should include audio-MIDI feedback built it.

      Well, Arturia didn’t quite do that, but they did build in a controllable feedback loop from the headphone out back to the input. It doesn’t sound as intense and wildly chaotic as my single and dual audio-MIDI feedback loops, but it is on the machine, and pretty growly.

      I have visions of combining the onboard feedback with the audio-MIDI feedback for some hope-they-will-be stunning effects. Stay tuned. I am told that deliveries will start reaching customers in late January through the end of February.

      Listen for the results on:


      or hear some existing feedback tracks on that site now.

    • Jonathan W Mills AKA Slate 2:12 pm on January 21, 2012 Permalink | Reply

      @soundandgear: Right! Can’t save pesets but since everything is out in the open, the guys at Arturia say…take a photo of it! I like that, too, as it is a gritty concept. Gets me back to my early days with an Andromeda A6, although it could save a preset.

      Still, I *want* this synth. In a sea of analog modeling and straight digital synths where the guts to build a patch need a manual (most synths from Korg, Roland, & Yamaha), this machine is indeed a brute. I want to twist its tail and hear it roar!


    • soundsandgear 4:10 pm on January 21, 2012 Permalink | Reply

      yeah man, exactly man, it even comes with synth overlays so you can draw on them for your presets, plus a bunch of overlays to throw over the synth and match the knobs, those are your presets, you have to turn the knobs to get them lol, sick!

    • Unstrung 4:17 pm on January 21, 2012 Permalink | Reply


      Is Waldorf there with there Analog Synth? The Pulse 2.


      Wondering how it sounds.

      Interesting that Arturia & Waldorf both cam out with a small Analog synth at the same exact time.


    • soundsandgear 4:40 pm on January 21, 2012 Permalink | Reply

      they have one but it’s not hooked up yet, just a prototype

    • Unstrung 4:47 pm on January 21, 2012 Permalink | Reply

      Bummer. Thanks for the update,

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