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Arturia MiniBrute and MicroBrute sequencing, modulation, and tweaking

Hey what’s good fam!

Just messing around in the lab and turned on the camera to capture some tweaking/playing with the Arturia MiniBrute and MicroBrute

I had the arp latched on the MiniBrute, then I made a really basic sequence on the MicroBrute step sequencer and just went through tweaking some sounds to see what interesting stuff I could come up with.

I can’t wait to get my hands on the BeatStep!

Let me know what you think, if you have either one of these or both share your thoughts below.

I love these little guys!

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9 Responses to “Arturia MiniBrute and MicroBrute sequencing, modulation, and tweaking”

  1. Awedee.0 says:

    I want the micro sooo bad man

  2. djsteve says:

    I got the minibrute. I don’t like the sounds but in the mix it is better. I guess I’m more into the roland sound and gonna get a bass station 2 – will see if my Arturia will go or not.
    That micro is very small next to the brute :)
    You might like to use a splitter on those minijacks to get some more patching.
    And someone said the minibrute gets most when you use the sliders from all down to just a little up.
    Anyway SJ, have fun :)

    • saintjoe says:

      Cool, depends on what you’re looking for of course. I tend to like the Micro a bit better personally, something about it. I also like to keep my faders down on the Mini if you notice, I rarely put them over half way, once you go above about 50% up, that’s when it starts to overload/saturate, below that and you can get some nice smooth analog goodness. I think they are both awesome for the price/features, I really like the mod matrix on the Micro, will definitely have to pick up some splitter/stackable patch cables :)

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  4. richard says:

    as much as i love seeing your reviews, i love seeing you make stuff….

  5. Mean Gene says:

    Very Interesting sir. You just gave me some ideas on a software note.
    iSEM anybody?


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