ARTURIA MiniBrute 2 Synthesizer – The Secret Of The 4 LFO’s Is Solved

As you know, Synthesizer freaks loves LFO’s in their analog or digital Synthesizer. Unfortunately, many new Synthesizers have only one LFO (KORG Prologue) or two (Behringer Neutron). It looks different with the ARTURIA MiniBrute 2. With small tricks you can increase the number of LFO’s to 4. In the latest SYNTH ANATOMY video tutorial, I demonstrate you how you can activate two more LFO’s.

ARTURIA MiniBrute 2 Synthesizer Tutorial: The Secret Of The 4 LFO’s

All Features At Glance
  • Fully analog signal path
  • 2 multi-waveform voltage-controlled oscillators (VCOs)
  • VCO1: Sawtooth, square, and triangle waveforms (VCO 1)
  • Ultrasaw, Metalizer, and pulse width modulation (PWM)
  • VCO2: Sawtooth, square, and sine waveforms
  • FM modulation between oscillators
  • Random noise generator
  • Steiner-Parker multimode filter with FM and RM (Resonance Modulation)
  • 48-point patchbay
  • Hard sync input for VCO1
  • Separate VCA for modulation routings
  • Two envelopes: ADSR (filter) and AD (amplitude)
  • Loopable AD envelope
  • Two multi-waveform LFOs with free-run or sync modes
  • Brute Factor: overdrive the filter input with the audio output
  • External audio can be routed through the Oscillator mixer or directly to the output
  • Sequencer and arpeggiator, syncable to external clock: MIDI, USB, or CLK (1 step, 1 pulse, 24/48 ppq)
  • MIDI input and output connectors
  • USB port for use with a DAW
  • Audio and headphone outputs
  • Use with Arturia’s MIDI Control Center for device configuration and sequence archival

The new MiniBrute will be available in April 2018 for a price of 649€.

More information here: ARTURIA MiniBrute 2 

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