If you’re new to synths, you’re looking at one of the easiest to use and most unique sounding synthesizers we think money can buy. And if you’re a synth veteran, we think it won’t have escaped your attention that MicroBrute is also a seriously capable semi-modular sequence-able beast. Wait till you hear how it sounds.
No presets, no menus, nothing to get between you and the ability to sculpt your sound live. Not only does MicroBrute give you the means to create, perform and be completely original every time you power up, it does it with astounding sound quality.Brutal Potential
Process audio. Sequence analog gear. Give your modular a new LFO and Envelope Generator. Hook up to your DAW and make whole tracks. Hook up to your Drumtracks, open your door, and play a whole gig.
Tiny in size, tiny in price, huge in sound, and vast in potential. We’ve had so much fun with MicroBrute: Now it’s your turn. A modulation beast
A synthesizer is a musical instrument that is meant to be played. However, playing a synthesizer is more than just playing some notes on a keyboard and recalling someone else’s presets. If that was the goal you could be looking at accordions or going to a department store to buy your keyboard (along with socks, milk and toilet paper)…but you aren’t because you are more creative than that.
No presets, no menus, nothing to get between you and the ability to sculpt your sound live. Not only does MicroBrute give you the means to create, perform and be completely original every time you power up, it does so with astounding sound quality.Sound CornerUrsaMicro Noodles (Glen Darcey)
Glen Darcey`s Microbrute demo trackSlow Beat (Pierce Warnecke )
An electro/hiphop track that explores Microbrute`s possibilities as a Lead synth (using 2 voice lead part and modulation on both the PWM and Metalizer via the MOD Matrix). All sounds except for the kick/snare/clap/hat were made using Microbrute.Space House (Pierce Warnecke )
This slow house/disco inspired track uses exclusively Microbrute sounds (except for the drums). From deep basses to bubbling pops, sequenced acid-like synth lines to distorted effects, this is an overview of the range of sounds one can get out of this powGalleryMain Features
Monophonic synthesizer 100% Analog Audio Signal Path Steiner-Parker 2 pole Multimode Filter (Low Pass, Band Pass, High Pass) Analog Voltage Controlled Oscillator Oscillator Mixer (Overtone, Sawtooth, Square, Triangle, audio in (on rear panel)) ‘Overtone’ sub oscillator/5th generator Signal Enhancers : Pulse Width Modulation Ultrasaw generating fat sawtooth waveforms Metalizer bringing extreme harmonics Brute Factor™ delivering saturation and rich harmonics LFO with 3 waveforms (Sine, Sawtooth, Square) LFO clock syncable to Arpeggiator (Arpeg, or free). ADSR Envelope Generator Keyboard Tracking on the VCF Cutoff 25 note minikey keyboard Mod Wheel (assignable to Cutoff, or LFO amount) Pitch Wheel (with selectable bend range via software) Octave selector from -2 to +2 octaves External Analog Audio Input CV In jacks: Pitch, Filter, sub-harmonics, pulse width, metalizer, saw animator CV Out jacks: pitch, envelope, LFO MIDI Inwith 5 pin DIN connector USB MIDI In/Out 1/4” Audio Output and 1/8” Headphone Output Full Function step sequencer : 8 memories up to 64 steps per memory tap tempo rate control step divisions (via software) trigger modes (via software) MIDI Sync Steel bottom panel 12V DC 1A power supply