Arturia has been one of our favorite music gear makers over the last few years. Its affordable analog Brute-series synths and drum machines provide that classic sound to those that may have otherwise been left dreaming about having that MiniMoog one day. While personally I like to have a balance between pricey analog sound sources and interesting software options, Arturia is unveiling the latest member in its analog Brute family and we are stoked about it. expand full story
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(Update 1/17 12:00pm):
- Here’s the new RackBrute 3U and 6U modular power supply cases/rigging system [Video]
- Arturia has now launched the MiniBrute 2S with no keyboard and a much deeper sequencer
French electronic music company Arturia started back in 1999 with some of the best analog emulation products on the market. The company more recently dove head first into the hardware business with its Brute line of analog synthesizers as well as some interesting digital hardware for modular users and the like. Most recently it released its massive flagship Matrix Brute for a cool $2,199, but it looks as though the company is back to focusing its attention on the more affordable and universal end off the product line.