Arturia MiniBrute – the BRUTAL offer

Maybe it’s not good manners to so blatantly advertise a specific electronic music instrument, but in this case we have no other choice.

Arturia has reduced the cost of the MiniBrute by 150 Euros. That brutal little analog is now to be had officially for 399 Euros – whereby this offer will only last from May 4th to June 30th.


If I may express a personal opinion, this is a great opportunity to add two MiniBrutes to your studio. This may seem a little presumptuous on our part. But considering that the instrument is 1) very versatile and 2) sounds brilliant, you here have the rare opportunity to purchase a double stereo analog synth with MIDI and CV/gate for the “mere pittance” (in this case) of 800 Euros …

Listen to our demos if you’ve forgotten how good the MiniBrute sounds. You can imagine the unbelievable energy surge in a package of two


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