Product Description for the Arturia MINIBRUTE
Minibrute is an analog synthesizer that sets a new standard in sonic power. Its 100% analog signal path brings an extremely versatile palette thanks to a voltage controlled oscillator with wave mixer, coupled with the legendary Steiner-Parker filter bringing fat, punchy and aggressive sounds.
Enriched by new features such as the Metalizer, the Ultrasaw, and the Brute Factor as well as a sophisticated arpeggiator, this little beast brings a sonic pallet that is unmatched.
Its Xtra Large sounds will make the earth shake everywhere you will take it!
Designed for the analog purist, Minibrute is a monophonic synthesizer that packs warm and powerful analog sounds into a portable design.
Its 100% analog signal path brings an extraordinary palette capable of fat basslines, screaming leads and endless sonic experiments. Loaded with the legendary Steiner-Parker 2-pole filter, 2 LFOs, a multi-wave Oscillator and Sub Oscillator, Minibrute excels at delivering analog warmth with a unique raw, aggressive edge.
Developed in partnership with synth guru Yves Usson, Minibrute also comes with brilliant innovations such as the Brute Factor, Metalizer, Ultrasaw, as well as full USB, MIDI and CV connectivity for easy integration into any modern or vintage setup. The analog input allows you to process any external sound through the filter, VCA and Brute Factor making this perfect for vocal processing, and the guitarists who is looking for a new sound.
The MiniBrute brings back the creativity and fun of sound creation. No digital controls, no factory presets, endless screens and buried menus to deal with. MiniBrute is about honest and true analog synthesis.
MiniBrute is setting a new standard of excellence with, its own analogue signal path, its own unique sonic universe. Small, but powerful. Extremely well-built metal chassis yet affordable, 100% analogue but coming from a company known for its digital instruments,...everything about MiniBrute seems impossible. But the time has come to change the rules and redefine what impossible means.....”