Arturia MatrixBrute Noir Edition (speak: nwaːR edisjɔ̃)

The latest MatrixBrute version is the so-called Noir Edition. It has a new paint job, new knob caps and some black ionized parts. And that’s it. The synthesizer itself – the inner core – is MatrixBrute pure.

Arturia MatrixBrute Noir Edition

Arturia MatrixBrute Noir Edition

Whether Noir Edition or Standard Edition: The French synth monster (20 kilos …) still has top features and is one of the most versatile analog synthesizers of today.

Arturia MatrixBrute Noir Edition

Arturia MatrixBrute Noir Edition

Arturia MatrixBrute Noir Edition


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Arturia MatrixBrute Noir Edition PR video:

Arturia MatrixBrute Noir Edition

Paraphonic Analog Synthesizer with 256 presets,
modulation matrix, sequencer and arpeggiator

Price: 1,999 Euros / USD
(07/2021)

Links:
https://www.arturia.com
Arturia MatrixBrute – a French icon of luxury (test report)

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