Analog Monosynth Magic: Arturia Reveal The MiniBrute 2, Which Features a 48-point Patch Bay

By January 16, 2018News, Synths
Arturia minibrute 2

French company Arturia is extending its reach into hardware with the Minibrute 2 – the reincarnation of the analog monosynth that first hit the shelves in 2012.


Thumping bass lines and searing leads: the Arturia MiniBrute 2 is here with new aggressive tones, two oscillators and a 48-point patch bay.

The big-ticket addition to the new synth is the 48-point patch bay for further sound-sculpting capability. It also means it can be connected with other Eurorack modules in a larger modular system.

Aside from improvements in connectivity, the Minibrute 2 has also evolved under the hood. It features two oscillators with waveform mixing, a Steiner-Parker filter and the Brute Factor feedback circuit.

The new monosynth boasts 25 full-size keys with aftertouch, hybrid step-sequencer and arpeggiator with pitch and modulation wheels, features that make it eminently playable and tweakable on the fly.

Head on over to Arturia for more details.

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