Posts Tagged ‘minibrute’

Arturia Maxibrute!

Posted: January 25, 2016 by TGASMrDunne in hardware, Synth Design
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The big brother of our little analogue beast has arrived. Showcased at NAMM 2016, this monster polyphonic synth features oscillators and filters galore, along with a potentially game-changing 16×16 modulation matrix/step sequencer. No cost as yet (£££), but it will be fascinating to see whether this synth can break into the market so heavily dominated by Korg and Moog.

**UPDATE** It’s going to cost £1539!

http://www.musicradar.com/news/tech/weve-just-found-out-how-much-the-new-arturia-matrixbrute-synth-is-going-to-cost-634679

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Interactive Synth Timeline

Posted: December 9, 2015 by TGASMrDunne in hardware
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Ever wondered how many oscillators there are on a classic Minimoog? What year was the groundbreaking Fairlight CMI released? Where does the Arturia Minibrute fit into the history of analogue synthesisers? All these questions and more can be answered by taking a look at this fantastic resource. A2 students will definitely want to bookmark for research.

http://www.vintagesynth.com/timeline/

Arturia Minibrute Demo

Posted: November 5, 2013 by TGASMrDunne in Songs, Synth Design
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You will never be as cool as Jacobo Abreo. But you can try! Excellent use of the Minibrute to inspire you!