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Arturia MicroBrute Review

Genetically gifted! Less than two years after the introduction of the MiniBrute, the MicroBrute has set out to conquer the electronic music world with even more aggressive price and dimensions. But how far will it go? read more…

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A monstrous sound that goes to the bottom of things (MatrixBrute)

By MUECH, 16/02/2017

I've been using the matrixbrute in my studio for the past 3 weeks. It's an exceptional gearn just as I expected. Look at it from far and this beast is impressive: knobs everywhere, many buttons that light up... Very pretty! From closer the finish appears worthy, with details everywhere. No comparaison with Moog synths that often look a bit too austere to my taste. This synth is unbelievably easy to use from the start. Switching patch is very easy with the 256 lit buttons, each corresponding to a sound in "preset" mode. Want to create a sequence? No need for the manual. Oh, yeah, there is a sequencer, and it's just plain huge! Well, of course you need to know synths at least a little. The most surprising is the Matrix's price. I don't understand how they managed to release such a product at such a price.

A word about the factory presets: I'd been extremely disappointed by the demos I'd found on the internet so I was very happy to hear the scope of the factory sounds. Top notch! The grain is huge, with very well-rendered stereo and analog effects. You could spend full hours tweaking the same sound and, well, that's a bit of a trap. There's a sound bank (called P)to save presets, plus 4 knobs which can be assigned to the modulation you want. I particularly like this feature, as I didn't expect it when reviewing all the machine includes! Well done Arturia, you really go to the bottom of things! The editing tool is simple, provided you know synths. Whay I like least so far (but I guess this is something I'll end up sorting out) is that I have,'t managed to synchronize the sequencer with my external workstation (korg m50) so far, but I assume there's a computer-related trick to get. Oh, just to mention: I hate computers and only get into it reluctantly.

OVERALL: this is the best value-for-money machine that I've known, and god knows I've known many a synth!

MatrxBrute is a Beauty indeed. (MatrixBrute)

By omarkum3, 23/07/2017
I dont have huge experience with Synths, only got into them 3 years ago with Arturia' V Collection. Went Hardware with the MicroBrute,Gaia, Nord Wave, and then the wonderful Volcas. But I could not hold back from is really something special. My complaints ...I dont like the presets much ( though often, tweaking produces nice things)..I cant understand how you can have so many presets and not have them at least arranged in sections so you can find them. I wish I could find some acoustic sounding basses or strings lines or winds etc. I also wish that the lay out of the Mixer section was better organised..the 3rd ocillator control is placed badly..or at least have the knobs colour coded to make identification better. I find these things a major bummer...but hey , I will get over it.

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[NAMM] [VIDEO] Arturia introduces the MatrixBrute

Published on 01/22/16
Arturia presents their all-new MatrixBrute, a massive-sounding analog synthesizer.

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