Arturia Minibrute 2
 
ANALOG
DIGITAL
POLY
FILTERS
ENV
LFOs
EFFECTS
ARPEGG.
SEQ
TIMBRES
OUR RATING
USER RATING
1 OSC
NONE
1 Voice
2 Filters
1 Env.
1 LFOs
1 Eff.
Yes
64 Steps
Mono
NOT YET REVIEWED
 

Release Date: 2018
Price at Release Date: $749.00
(Current price may differ)

Specifications
• 1 Analog Oscillator(s)
• Monophonic
• Mono-Timbral
• 3 Envelopes
• 1 LFOs
• 2 Filters
• 1 Effects
• Arpeggiator
• 64 Step Sequencer
Please review the Arturia Minibrute 2


     
The Arturia Minibrute 2 is a successor to the Minibrute, and it brings more fun to an already excellent monosynth. The Minibrute 2 has a 48 point CV and gate patchbay, that will get you to create very creative sounds and melodies, paired with a step sequencer and the possibilities are vast. This fun little synth will give hours of fun and the sounds that come out of it are truly impressive! Its only caveat is that you cannot save sound patches, however the flip side is that you really learn subtractive synthesis and become really fast at configuring parameters to get the sound you want. Highly recommended for those looking for a great sounding synth, and not afraid to dig deep and get their hands 'dirty'. Click on the YouTube icon to watch a few videos of what this synth can do.

SYNTHREV RATING: RECOMMENDED

PROs
- Sounds warmer than its predecessor the Minibrute
- Large CV/gate patch bay
- Highly configurable with many knobs to experiment with
- Portable
- Full size keys

CONs
- One Oscillator only
- Cannot save patches
- Monosynth (some may find that limiting)
PROs

CONs


The Arturia Minibrute 2 is a successor to the Minibrute, and it brings more fun to an already excellent monosynth. The Minibrute 2 has a 48 point CV and gate patchbay, that will get you to create very creative sounds and melodies, paired with a step sequencer and the possibilities are vast. This fun little synth will give hours of fun and the sounds that come out of it are truly impressive! Its only caveat is that you cannot save sound patches, however the flip side is that you really learn subtractive synthesis and become really fast at configuring parameters to get the sound you want. Highly recommended for those looking for a great sounding synth, and not afraid to dig deep and get their hands 'dirty'. Click on the YouTube icon to watch a few videos of what this synth can do.

SYNTHREV RATING: RECOMMENDED

PROs
- Sounds warmer than its predecessor the Minibrute
- Large CV/gate patch bay
- Highly configurable with many knobs to experiment with
- Portable
- Full size keys

CONs
- One Oscillator only
- Cannot save patches
- Monosynth (some may find that limiting)