MATRIXSYNTH: Friday, October 7, 2016

Friday, October 07, 2016

Logan String Melody + Juno 6 + CS-10

Published on Oct 7, 2016 Michal Patulski

"The Logan is almost fully restored. Only two more caps need to be replaced (the sound would still suddenly disappear, like in this video around 1:10 mark). The hum is now almost completely gone/inaudible and the instrument sounds clear, smooth and simply glorious. I put the new octave divider, many new caps to replace the puffed or corroded ones and the new high wattage resistors on the oscillator board."

Track 1 Becky Falls quieter by CustomSynth

Published on May 10, 2014 customsynth customsynth

Roland TB-303 - original iconic synth

via this auction

"This unit was bought from a lovely guy who purchased it brand new in 1982. He was the only owner. This is an early serial number model (303’s have 2 zeros at the end of their serial numbers) and obviously a rare collector’s item as well as an amazing and highly functional synth.

Original owner included the service notes (as pictured) in the sale. As you can see, it was serviced by Robin Whittle who is a famous synth tech and the guy responsible for the legendary Devilfish 303 mod (to be clear, this unit is not modded and was only serviced by Robin). The service cost $377 and will ensure years of problem free use of this 303.

The battery compartment is free of corrosion and everything works on this unit, as it should..."

Roland JX-3P Analog Polyphonic Synthesizer

via this auction


Published on Oct 7, 2016 Ebotronix

4ms Peg, QCD/Expander² , QPLFO, VCA Matrix
Analogue Systems RS 100, RS 110²², RS 360
Doepfer R 2m², A101-2, A131², A133², A134²² ,
A143-1,2,9, A151²², A156², A160², A175²²², A185-2(12x),
A138m,a²²b²²c²²², A 191-2 (Lexicon MPX 100 midi CC)
Flame Chord Machine, Q Slider²
foh choices
Make Noise Brains ,PP², Maths², MDM², QMMG, René, Wogglebug²
Malekko Anti ²², Unkle²², Jag
Moog Taurus 2, Freqbox²², MP 201
Roland SVC 350 Vocoder, Shure SM 58
SSL Modulation Orgy
Toppobrillo Quantimator² (aeolian ) Sportmodulator, TWF
Logic masterclock to Kenton Pro 2000
FX :VF-1, Lexicon MPX 100², MX 400, Line 6 Echopro
mackie the mixer²
drums Ultrabeat
vid #1606

Bird, Bath and Bubble

Published on Oct 7, 2016 Cray

"Modular synth self playing patch"

Batchas presents: Bugbrand Modular - Patch 019

Published on Oct 7, 2016 batchas


Based on Patch 018.

Drums = DRM1 + my xpander
Rest = all blue system"

Roland TB-303 with Original Gig Bag

via this auction

"For sale is a rare Roland TB303. It's in near mint shape and fully functional. Includes carry case bag (also in excellent shape) and original boss power supply. All the knobs turn smoothly, scratch free and buttons are all triggering properly. Super hard to find a 303 that performs are perfectly as this one. You won't have any issues with buttons double triggering or requiring firm presses, programming on this is a breeze. This one has been very lightly used over the years and it shows."


via this auction


Video re-uploaded here.

2BTruman: Genesis I Multipatch quick demo

Published on Oct 7, 2016 2BTruman

"Shot with a Canon 5DMKII. Grading on camera using Ive Lotus Film Picture Style (
Genesis I's Multipatch (R) feature allows the performer to play and hold different patches for a rich evolving sonic landscape."

Follow-up to this post.

DreamsOfWires - AJH Mini Mod 'Moog days revisited'

Published on Oct 7, 2016 DreamsOfWires

"A re-recording of a video I originally made using the Moog Slim Phatty a couple of years ago. I thought it'd be fun to try it with some authentic Minimoog sounds using 3 oscillators. In the original recording I used a very dense Eventide Space patch, which was almost like an instrument in itself (albeit a rather nice one), and so it added a lot to the sound that wasn't really there to begin with. Unfortunately, I sold that some time ago, so this time I'm using Kymatica's AUFX:DUB and Virsyn's Audio Reverb within AUM on an iPad - In this version the effects are a little more modest so that you can hear the true sound of the synth better. I first recorded the track dry into a separate channel, then used the fileplayer to send the recording through the effects so that I could experiment with different settings and levels, then record a mix once I was happy with it (which you can see in the top-left of the video).
The video is far from what I wanted it to be, but my PC has almost completely died over the last couple weeks, so editing was near impossible. I'll have to get a new CPU and motherboard soon I guess.
The original track is on my album here:"

Hurricane Matthew Jam

Published on Oct 7, 2016 Nick Jackson

"I am holed up in my residence in the Florida Keys with shutters over the windows, waiting for Matthew to pass. The weather here is just a little gusty at best, but other places have not been as lucky.

Anyway, it seemed like a good day to jam on some synth. This is a live performance on the Korg Minilogue plugged through a Mutable Instruments Ripples filter and then through my guitar pedalboard with a few goodies engaged. Sorry for the awkward frame, but my tripod broke and this is the only way I can get it to sit now lol.

Thank you very much for listening."

Keep safe Nick!!!, and all other MATRIXSYNTH readers bracing the storm! If you are in Hurricane Matthew territory, leave a comment in this post and let us know how you are holding up!

Suzanne Ciani Lecture (Montréal 2016) | Red Bull Music Academy

Uploaded on Oct 4, 2016 Red Bull Music Academy

"A true synthesizer pioneer, Suzanne Ciani’s love of electronic music began in 1968 during a field trip to MIT, but it was her decade-long adventure mastering the Buchla 200 that would define her career. She worked in commercials and in the late 80’s and 90’s redefined herself again as a five-time Grammy-nominated new age artist. In her 2016 Red Bull Music Academy lecture, she talked about her history as well as her recent collaborative effort with fellow Buchla player Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith.

The Red Bull Music Academy is a global music institution committed to fostering creativity in music. We celebrate music, its culture, and the transformative minds behind it. Begun in 1998, the Academy has taken the core principles that underlie its annual workshop for selected participants and applied this curatorial approach to events, lectures, and city-wide festivals throughout the year."

Kastle - pocket sized lo-fi modular synth - Bastl Instruments

Published on Oct 7, 2016 Bastl Instruments

That is just too cute, and too cool.

"Kastle is a pocket size modular synthesizer that runs on batteries and produces unique modulations and lo-fi sounds. It is a lot of fun on its own but it also interfaces smoothly with other gear and greatly enhances modular system of any size. With its low price point it is perfect for anyone especially beginners!
The Synth version combines complex oscillator and LFO with stepped waveform generator.

more info:
buy now :
music by Paseka:

"Kastle is pocket size modular synthesizer that runs on batteries, interfaces great with other gear and produces unique modulations and lo-fi sounds. It is a lot of fun on its own and it greatly enhances any modular system and with its low price point it is perfect for anyone especially beginners!

The Synth version combines complex oscillator and LFO with stepped waveform generator.


complex oscillator
3 synthesis modes: phase distortion, phase modulation and track & hold modulation
pitch control with offset and CV input with attenuator
timbre control with offset and CV input with attenuator
waveshape control with offset and CV input
voltage controllable LFO with triangle and square outputs and reset input
stepped voltage generator with random, 8 step and loop 16 step mode
2 I/O CV ports are available and can be routed to any patch point
the main output can drive headphones
3x AA battery operation with power switch
open source
possibility of exchanging different LFO and OSC chips
the pattern on the sides changes and every unit is an original


kastle synth
10 patch cables
for environmental reasons we are excluding the batteries in the package"

Love Will Save The Day (Robert Engstrand remix)

via @dsiSequential

"#DSITempest used for drums and percussion in Whitney Houston's "Love Will Save The Day" remix by @RobertEngstrand"

"Lead vocals, background vocals and vocal arrangement - Whitney Houston
Synthesizers, samplers, drum programming and piano solo - Robert Engstrand
Guitars - Riku Karvonen
Written by Antoinette "Toni" Colandreo
Mixed and produced by Robert Engstrand
Mastered by Tuomas Salmela
Cover art by Boas Örn

Original song from the Whitney Houston album "Whitney", released by Arista Records in 1987 © Sony Music Entertainment
Original song engineer credits:
Produced by John 'Jellybean' Benitez
Engineered by Doc Dougherty and Michael Hutchinson
Additional engineering - Dennis McKay
Mix engineer - Michael Hutchinson"

Arturia DrumBrute Demo at Perfect Circuit Audio

Published on Oct 7, 2016 Perfect Circuit Audio

"Rebecca from Arturia stopped by to give us a demo of their new instrument, the DrumBrute. Her overview demonstrates the basic playability and intuitiveness of the DrumBrute, an instrument meant for both the studio and live performance. It is a fully analog drum machine with 17 different drum sounds, played on 12 pads. Most notable highlights include a one knob-one function architecture, performative beat-repeat, individual outputs and lots of connectivity. It is available for $449."

Arturia Drum Brute In Depth Preview- Sonic LAB

Published on Oct 7, 2016 sonicstate

"The brand new Arturia Drum Brute Analog Drum Machine is out today, we got an in-depth look with Alex Theakston from Source Distribution - grab a cuppa tea and enjoy."

Belgian Newbeat with Electribe, 303,Volca, MB33, Mopho "Most things you saw"

Published on Oct 7, 2016 Shimanski Beats

"My latest contribution to the Newbeat Revival 2016. The track is called "Most things you say".
The Revival has been founded to revive the classic sound from Belgium that had so much influence on European Techno, House and Dance music.
The revival is located in Belgium but open to join and contribute for anybody worldwide.

Electribe Sampler: drums, vocal samples and hardware sequencer for the other gear
Korg Volca FM: main bass
DSI Mopho: saw lead
Waldorf Streichfett: strings (phaser fx: TC Electronic M350)
MAM MB33 retro: acid bass 1 (delay: Lexicon MX200)
Cyclone Bassbot TT 303: acid bass 2 (through TC Electronic Dark Matter and Alter Ego X4 Vintage Echo)

Hope you enjoyed this, thanks for watching!"

Quick Novation UltraNova Tip and Update to My Review

For those interested, MATRIXSYNTH reader ab, sent in a tip regarding the Single Fixed Note section. You can find it in the comments at the bottom of the review here.

Dave Smith Prophet 6 Synthesizer Demo

Published on Oct 6, 2016 MineNet

"This synth is a MUST-HAVE! Can create any sound imaginable.

Focused on some of the softer sounds"

Yamaha Montage , Bösendorfer Imperial Premium Grand Piano

Published on Oct 7, 2016 CLASSIC KEYBOARDS

"YAMAHA MONTAGE 7 , PIANO TESTE , com Everton , classic keyboards , korg , roland , yamaha , alesis, kurzweil , nord , open lab , ZOOM Handy Video Recorder"

AudioCubes by PERCUSSA Knobcon Demos & SYNTHOR Tutorials

Published on Oct 7, 2016 AudioCubes by PERCUSSA

1. Wavetable Oscillator Patch (Knobcon demo) - "In this video we loaded the "Wavetable Oscillator" Patch, one of the patches which we've shown at Knobcon. The LFO (green cubes) are modulating the number of indexes of the wavetable oscillator as well as its frequency. In the depth editor of the software we also specified that the LFOs can modulate each other, as we show in this video."

2. Step Sequencer Patch - Knobcon Demo - "In this video we loaded the "step sequencer" patch (knobcon demo) which is available on our website. It's a simple patch where we use the distance to change the notes of the step sequencer. The signal of the step sequencer is modulating the amplitude and frequency of the LFO."

3. FM Synthesis Patch (Knobcon demo) - "FM synthesis patch using 1 output, 2 oscillators, and 1 envelope generator"

4. Wind Blowing Patch (Knobcon demo) - "In this video we loaded the 'wind blowing' patch which is available on our website. We have 4 modules: output, filter, noise generator and DC generator. In the video we explain how we're patching the different modules as well as how we can use REMOTE to change the cutoff of the filter."

5. Visualization features in SYNTHOR - "In this video, we give an overview of the most important visualization features in SYNTHOR."

6. How to name a patch in SYNTHOR - "In this video, we explain how you can rename and save your patch in SYNTHOR using REMOTE."

7. How to connect REMOTE and AudioCubes - "While SYNTHOR is running on the computer we connect REMOTE through USB. The REMOTE acts as a base station for the wireless AudioCubes. Each time a cube is switched on it automatically joins the wireless network and a synth module is assigned to it."

8. Easily switch presets in SYNTHOR using REMOTE - "Easily switch presets in SYNTHOR with a tap of a button on REMOTE. Synth modules are automatically assigned to each AudioCube when switching or loading presets."

9. Wind Blowing patch using AudioCubes, SYNTHOR and REMOTE - "In this video we loaded the 'wind blowing' patch which is available on our website. It's a simple patch where we use the distance between LFO and envelope (ADSR) to change the modulation depth. We use REMOTE to change parameters of the ADSR envelope."

10. Wireless Patching using SYNTHOR and AudioCubes - "Basic video that explains how synth modules can be patched using AudioCubes."

11. Patch and change modulation depth simulaneously - "In this video we show how you can patch synth modules and at the same time change the modulation depth by changing distance."

Modular Synth - Patch in Progress 38

Published on Oct 7, 2016 isvisible / isinvisible

"A new track where I'm using the WMD Sequential Switch Matrix as an audio mixer.
All the audio (apart from the percussion) are from the WMD Synchrodyne (plus Expander) and the WMD PDO.

Lots of music and stuff here: [pop] [not so pop] [a mixture of both]


Grove Audio Synth Modules At Knobcon V

Published on Oct 7, 2016 Synthtopia

"At Knobcon 2016, we talked with John Burdick of Grove Audio, who makes a range of 5U and Eurorack synth modules.

This video is part of Synthtopia's Knobcon 2016 coverage:"

Roland SH-201 Patch Creation Part 2

Published on Oct 7, 2016 synth-love

"More testing of the Roland SH-201.

:00 max lfo speeds
:50 Drum tests
4:51 portamento tests"

Part 1 here.

Doepfer Dark Energy I - CEM 3394 semi modular analog synthesizer

via this auction

Roland Juno-60 Vintage Analog Synth

via this auction

"Roland JSQ-60 dcb sequencer included."

Korq Z1 SN 006278

via this auction

"This synthesizer uses the same multi-oscillator synthesis system (MOSS) tone generator found in the Korg Prophecy which is the reason it is touted as a polyphonic Prophecy. It implements 13 synthesis types, all derived from the original OASYS synthesizer."

Note the original OASYS was never released as a stand alone synth. The Z1, released in 1997, used the technology from it. The OASYS PCI card for the PC (see wikipedia on it here), was released in 1999.

I actually own a Z1 and a Prophecy, and always thought the sound of the Z1 was a bit "dampened" for lack of a better word. It was as if you couldn't quite get the filter to open up all the way - it lacked that extra level of clarity and oomph. I once spoke to someone involved with the development of the Z1, and was told that the DSP chips were underpowered for the engine, and they ran out of time needed to optimize the software to compensate for that. My memory is a little fuzzy though; this was a long time ago. Regarding the Z1 being a poly Prophecy, that is correct only to an extent. They use the same source engine, but the parameters on the two actually differ. One of my favorite patches on the Prophecy is "Prophetic Step". I was curious how it would sound polyphonic, so one day I decided to try an mirror the parameters on the Z1. I discovered that the were not the same, and never managed to program the patch on the Z1. I hate to say it but the Prophecy in general, also slightly sounded better to my ears. The Z1 is still a great synth and offers parameters and physical models not available on other synths, aside from the mono Prophecy of course.

The OASYS synth we all know now followed much later in 2005. Wikipedia has an article on it here. As always use the info on Wikipedia as general information and not fact. They still have the Buchla dates wrong. You can find the corrected dates here.

Complete 84HP Modular Synth Rig

via this auction


Roland SYR E-84

Make Noise DPO
Make Noise TelHarmonic
Make Noise Teleplexer
Make Noise Function
Make Noise erbe-verb
Make Noise 4HP blank cover
Make Noise 1HP blank cover

Malekko Noise
Malekko Mix 4
Malekko Performance buffer multi

Koma Electronik SVF-102

Erica Synth Fusion Ringmod

Doepfer A-190-2
Doepfer A-190-4

5x tiptop audio stack cable"

Teisco 60f 1980

via this auction

"The Teisco 60f, is a 1 osc synth with a sub osc and noise gen. with a bright and punchy bass tone. On Low you can go so far down I've never heard anything like it. it has a filter section, noise, sub osc. s/h, LFO and a mixer section. This synth sounds absolutely amazing, and give you the punchy basslines, Roland struggle to deliver."

Roland Juno 106 Vintage Polyphonic Analogue Synthesiser

via this auction

Korg M500 SP Vintage Analogue Synth

via this auction


Published on Oct 6, 2016 Synergy Volt

"Octatrack controls and plays Blofeld synthesizer with
midi. The audio from Blofeld is going into the Octatrack and it`s effects. The samples within the Octatrack as also the sound of Blofeld is manipulated live by effects and The "echo freeze delay" of the Octatrack ."

Démo of Roland Jupiter 4 and Alesis Andromeda

Published on Oct 7, 2016 Pulsophonic


Modular on the Roof 2

Published on Oct 7, 2016 pyrofiliac

Dreadbox Erebus, Intellijel Atlantis and a WMD DPLR in a Synthrotek Power Lunch with KORG SQ1 for sequencing.

instagram @nickkwas

Part 1 here.

Prophet 2000 Part II

Published on Oct 7, 2016 Pulsophonic

Part 1 here.

Propellerhead Introduces Parsec 2 - Additive synthesis. Advanced.

Published on Oct 7, 2016 Propellerhead

"Introducing Parsec Spectral Synthesizer — the futuristic sound of additive synthesis for the Reason Rack. With two independent sound engines, up to 1024 oscillators per voice, a wide range of sound sculpting tools, built-in effects and free modulation routing, Parsec won’t leave you wishing when it comes to sonic horse-powers.

New in Parsec 2

The new version takes Parsec’s sonic exploration tools even further with added generators, modifiers and more.

Build your sound with 35 new generators, including resynthesized instruments and all of Thor’s wavetables.
Shape your sound with five new modifiers
Interactive displays: draw your filter curves, draw your pitch and partial envelopes, get visual feedback on all modifier parameters.
New modulation routings and an improved modulation interface: drag to the modulation destination
200+ new patches + much more"

deltAdata : Another day ( samplr, nanokontrol keytar, sunrizer, ipad, isupr8, xperia, 760d)

Published on Oct 7, 2016 deltAdata

"Outdoors Samplr and nanokontrol keytar jam.
Used: korg nanokontrol 2 as a keytar with sunrizer, samplr, ipad mini, audioshare, audiobus, shareit (video file tranfert between android and ios), isupr8 android filter 6 (8mm video effect), canon eos 760d+efs 17-55 f2.8 1080p, sony xperia z3 compact 1080p, bose soundlink mini.
Made with imovie ipad.

Filmed by "JLpictsArt's" (canon 760d)"

Patchblocks Patch Of The Month # 1 by BoterBoter

Published on Oct 7, 2016 Patchblocks

"This is called XMOD BEEST and can be found on the Patchblock community page in the Patches section. This is BoterBoter noodling around with simple FM synthesis but we think it sounds great!"


Grendel DC-2e and RA-9 : Drone Funk (official)

Published on Oct 7, 2016 EA78751

"Drone funk synth demo with Grendel DC-2e Drone Commander 2 Eurorack and Grendel RA-9 Grenadier. Two tracks of DC-2e, one track of RA-9, plus a touch of mystery synth."

Oscars 2

Published on Oct 7, 2016 zack dagoba

"More Oscar sounds - and this time more trippy! I figured out how to use the internal sequencer (not easy, but fun once you get used to it) and how to lock it to a clock from my computer. All sounds from the Oscar, a bit of delay from the Bel BD80. See http://myblogitsfullofstars.blogspot...."

ROLAND Alpha Juno / MKS-50 - Ambient piano music soundscape 【SYNTH DEMO】

Published on Oct 6, 2016 synth4ever

"Roland Alpha Juno / MKS-50 demo - playing Boards of Canada style relaxing ambient piano music soundscape on Roland Alpha Juno / MKS-50 analog synthesizer from Roland.

Effects from Eventide Timefactor pedal."

Arturia DrumBrute Analog Drum Machine Demo

Published on Oct 7, 2016 SourceDistributionTV

"The incredible new feature-packed DrumBrute Analog Drum Machine is an amazing £379."

See the main announcement post here.

Distant Journey (live)

Published on Oct 7, 2016 Igor Vasiliev

"More about this setup -"

Igor Vasiliev is the man behind numerous iOS apps, including FieldScaper, SoundScaper, MasterFX, and MIDI Pattern Sequencer.

Gear used in the video: Roland Juno-60, Yamaha DX12 (melody line, processed by FieldScaper app). Clavia Nord, Moog Slim Phatty - bass line.

Korg Electribe EMX-1 as drum machine and sequencer.

Effect gears - Roland RE-201 Space Echo (together with Roland Juno-60), AKAI MFC 42 with Moog, Lexicon Vortex (Clavia). Reverbs - Yamaha SPX 90, Yamaha REV 7, AKG ADR 68. Compressors - DBX, TC Electronic.

Recorded on Sony TC-510-2 tapecorder directly from line out of mix console (Allen&Heath GS3V)."

Vermona's Long Awaited Analog Synth ’14 Set to Ship Next Month

First teased Christmas Eve, 2014, the Vermona '14 is getting ready to ship.

via Vermona:

"Finally, we started producing the first ’14 Analogsynthesizers. And it’s about time - after all, we plan to deliver the first units next month.

It’s awesome seeing how the individual parts merge into something beautiful that we worked so hard on. But looking beautiful is not the point. In the end, each instrument has to fulfill our high tonal standards. Thus each synthesizer will be carefully adjusted and checked and has to pass our obligatory endurance test. A thing well done needs time.

Arturia introduces DrumBrute, Analog Drum Synthesizer

Published on Oct 7, 2016 ARTURIA

Arturia DrumBrute Introductory Tutorial

Published on Oct 7, 2016 ARTURIA

Arturia DrumBrute - Q&A and Distortion Jam

Published on Oct 7, 2016 DivKidVideo

"Modular Podcast had the pleasure of checking the awesome new DrumBrute from Arturia with Source Distribution and captured plenty of footage while we were there. Here's a general product overview, Q&A and jam with soon distortion (which is ACE!). We go through the features and sounds but any questions fire away as always."

via Arturia

"Grenoble, France, 7 October 2016

Arturia are excited to announce the arrival of DrumBrute - a 100% analog drum machine & sequencer designed with performance and in-depth sound editing at its heart.

The newest member of Arturia’s Brute family, DrumBrute is a powerful beat-making instrument that carries the savage DNA of the MicroBrute, MiniBrute, and MatrixBrute.

Key features of the Arturia DrumBrute include:

* Analog powerhouse: DrumBrute contains 17 fully analog drum & percussion instruments, including two kicks, snare, clap, open & closed hats, high & low toms and conga, maracas, rimshot, clave, tambourine, zap, cymbal, and even a reverse cymbal.

* Exciting synth features: the main output contains a highly regarded two-mode Steiner-Parker filter, allowing you to add dynamic frequency sweeps and satisfying bass drops. Not only that, but every drum sound has multiple parameters that can be tweaked to achieve your perfect kit.

* Easy to use, quick to learn: each one of DrumBrute’s 64 sequences can contain up to 64 steps, and can be chained together in a song mode. Despite this massive performance power, punching in your perfect beat is simple and fast. Fans of vintage drum machines will feel right at home with the familiar layout.

* No menus: every feature has its own dedicated button, knob, or pad, so you’ll spend less time navigating endless sub-menus and more time making music.

* In-depth editing: get in the groove with the natural Swing feature, inspire yourself by dialling in some Randomness, mix up your rhythm with Step Repeat, Roller and Looper functions, accent particular drum hits to add some punch to your beat… DrumBrute has a wealth of advanced features that will satisfy even the most discerning musicians and producers.

* Plays well with others: DrumBrute has extensive connectivity and sync options, including MIDI, Clock, 1PPS, 2PPQ, DIN24, and DIN48. This means that DrumBrute will work seamlessly with all of your other modular, synth, and sequencing gear.

* Amazing in the studio: DrumBrute boasts dedicated audio outputs for each instrument channel giving almost limitless options for external processing and multitrack recording; 3.5mm and ¼” headphone outputs so you’ll never have to hunt out an adapter again; and it can act as a fully-fledged MIDI interface to control your DAW. DrumBrute is an essential tool for the modern producer.

* Reliable on stage: with rugged housing, chunky pads, and wiggle-free knobs, DrumBrute can be relied upon to perform show after show. Always striving to improve with every new release, Arturia have created a strong, enduring instrument that’s ready for life on the road.

* Punches above its weight: DrumBrute stands toe-to-toe with the leading drum synths on the market, but at a fraction of the price. No other all-analog drum machine features such inspiring and dynamic features while retaining a sense of intuitive, tactile fun.

DrumBrute is priced at 449€ / $499.

DrumBrute will shortly be shipping, and will be arriving at your local music store in November. DrumBrute is available to order now from the official Arturia web store, and from retailers worldwide.

For more information on features, specifications and dimensions, visit the DrumBrute page on"


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