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Arturia Drumbrute + AKG K 240 Studio + Bag

Arturia Drum Brute With AKG K 240 Studio And Stashpack

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Product Description for the Arturia Drumbrute + AKG K 240 Studio + Bag

Product Description For Arturia Drum Brute With AKG K 240 Studio And Magma MGA47851 Stashpack

Package Includes :

1 x Arturia Drum Brute

1 x AKG K 240 Studio

1 x Magma MGA47851 Stashpack

Arturia Drum Brute

The sound DNA come from Arturia’s other Brute instruments – so expect edgy sounds and, naturally, another Steiner-Parker filter.

Now, the fact that it’s “analog” I’m sure will mean fodder on forums for people to bash certain recent digital offerings. But that’s of course not the point. It’s a matter of whether an instrument sounds good, and whether you get the kind of control over the sound that makes it fun to play. And on a drum machine, it’s also increasingly whether sequencing and other production features make a satisfying package.

I’d like to bite my tongue, but of course I have to compare to the TR-09 from Roland. Again, those forum kids are likely to complain that the TR-09 is digital – but that’s not really the issue, as the thing sounds terrific (and it sounds like a 909, which this won’t).

But what’s blatantly obvious looking at the DrumBrute is that it’s made in 2016. It’s got pads and performance features we’ve come to expect (since even looking back to the 1980s, we’ve all seen MPCs). It has more hands-on controls of the sounds – and presumably a greater sonic range, for anyone bored with the 909.

Here’s the thing. I don’t think the TR-09 is competition for the DrumBrute, and I don’t think the DrumBrute is competition for the TR-09. People who want 909 sounds will still turn to the TR-09. And even though the TR-09 does far less, to some, that’s going to be a selling point – it’s a simpler instrument dedicated to doing one thing that a lot of people want. On the other hand, for people looking to get as much bang for the buck as they can, the DrumBrute is going to be naturally appealing, because it does so much.

The real competition for the DrumBrute to me is stuff like the MFB instruments – and devices costing a lot more. And I think it’s incredible what Arturia have done for this market, not only making analog instruments affordable, but connected ones – with onboard CV and with lots of controls.

And most importantly, the DrumBrute isn’t a reissue of anything, or a clone of anything. It’s at last a serious new entry for entry-level drum machines. And that means it’s worth forming an opinion about.

AKG K 240 Studio

The K240 Studio professional over-ear, semi-open studio headphones are designed for professional applications such as mixing, mastering and playback. The advanced XXL transducers with Varimotion diaphragms deliver a wide dynamic range, increased sensitivity and high sound levels. The semi-open design provides a solid bass range and extremely clear highs. The over-ear pads envelop the ears nicely making them extremely comfortable to wear. The K240 Studio features a professional mini XLR connector, allowing for quick replacement of the cable. The 3 m cable included provides a convertible jack plug for easily connecting portable equipment.

Magma MGA47851 Stashpack

The ultra-slim DIGI STASPACK sleekly accommodates essential DJ gear and accessories for your day to day travel needs. Equipped with a fully padded laptop sleeve up to 17”, the main compartment can hold an additional stash of 12” records, books, or large file folders.

Features

Arturia Drum Brute

  • 17 instruments: two kicks, snare, clap, open & closed
  • hats, high & low toms and conga, maracas, rimshot, clave, tambourine,
  • zap, cymbal, and (interesting) a dedicated reverse cymbal. And each of those has loads of parameters onboard, as well.
  • Two-mode Steiner-Parker filter on the main out.
  • 64 steps per sequence, up to 64 sequences, live programming.
  • Swing, Randomness, Step Repeat, Roller, Looper.
  • Lots of connectivity/sync: MIDI, Clock, 1PPS, 2PPQ, DIN24, and DIN48, for connecting to anything, basically analog or digital, vintage or new, modular or desktop.

AKG K 240 Studio

General

  • Headphone type : semi-open
  • Max. Input : Power : 200 mW
  • Audio frequency : bandwidth : 15 - 25000 : Hz
  • Sensitivity headphones : 104 dB SPL/V
  • Rated Impedance : 55Ohms
  • Detachable : cable : yes
  • Cable Length : 3m
  • Earpads replaceable : yes

Dimensions

  • Length : 110 mm
  • Width : 190 mm
  • Height : 200 mm

Audio Interface

  • Type : Stereo plug – 3.5mm (1/8-inch) with 6.3 mm (1/4”) screw-on adapter
  • Gender : Male
  • Contacts : 3-pin

Magma MGA47851 Stashpack

  • Crafted from durable and 100% water-resistant 1680D Ballistic-Nylon
  • Hand luggage compatible
  • Zippered document pocket
  • Padded back panel with airflow system
  • Internal, fully-padded laptop sleeve up to 17"
SKU ATA-DRUMBRUTE-BUN2
Brand Arturia
Weight 10.0000
Dimensions (WxHxD) No

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