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ARTURIA ARTURIA MICROBRUTE ANALOG SYNTHESIZER KEYBOARD NEW $435

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Keyboard Corner and KC's Rockshop

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137 BORONIA RD, BORONIA, VIC, 3155

Product Details

  • Manufacturer: ARTURIA
  • Model: MICROBRUTE
  • Item Condition: NEW
  • ID: #90012

Description

Arturia MicroBrute Analog Synthesizer Keyboard

Despite its minuscule size, Arturia's MicroBrute analog synthesizer packs a surprisingly phat punch that'll please synth wizards and novice knob-tweakers alike. Driven by just one oscillator, the monophonic MicroBrute features a 100 percent analog signal path with a Steiner-Parker multimode filter to give your sound a unique bite, plus a step sequencer, modulation matrix, mini keyboard, and much more for hands-on programming, patching, and playing.

There is so much you can do on the MicroBrute -- create throbbing dubstep bass lines, make your tracks soar with heavily effected melodies, sequence your analog gear, connect it to a DAW for a full-on desktop rig, and more. And for the price, you can't beat what this pint-sized synth can do.

All-Analog Synth Driven By 1 Powerful OSC

A 100 percent analog synthesizer for under $300? You bet. Musician-friendly in more ways than one, the MicroBrute has a completely analog signal path that's sure to please the audiophile in you. Shape your sound with the synth's single voltage-controlled oscillator, which features three mixable waveforms -- saw, triangle, and square -- plus waveshapers like Ultrasaw (for dance anthem sounds), Pulse Width (for thin nasal sounds or rich square tones), and Metalizer (for harsh, harmonically rich sounds) that animate audio signals even further.

If you want new harmonic content, you can use the Overtone Oscillator to generate new sounds ranging from an octave down to a fifth above the base Oscillator pitch. What's more, the MicroBrute's Sub-5th control makes it very easy to sweep the spectrum.

Flexible, Hands-On Routing

Want to make even more of your own sounds? Patch in to the synth's little Mod Matrix to create custom sounds or to interface with modular synths in your studio. Sometimes the most satisfying part of playing a synth is plugging and unplugging those cables. Use the MicroBrute's modulation matrix to create totally new sounds or to play through your other favorite studio gear.

Vintage Sound with Modern Connectivity

When it comes to incorporating the MicroBrute into your current studio setup, you've got options. If you have awesome vintage gear in reach, feel free to connect it to the MicroBrute, as Arturia's micro beast boasts a standard 1-Volt per octave CV/ Gate for direct interfacing with old-school units. It also has a MIDI In jack and a handy USB/MIDI interface for working with DAWs and plug-ins. Tack on a laptop, MIDI controller or MIDI-equipped keyboard, and a modular system, and you have a powerful yet portable performance rig.

Easy Tone Tweaking

The MicroBrute gets its unique sound from the Steiner-Parker filter, whose design was first used on the classic Synthacon synthesizer in the 1970s. The diode ladder filter's Low pass, Band pass, and High pass modes let you easily manipulate your tones with distinctive larger-than-life flair. And don't forget Arturia's famed Brute Factor -- with this onboard, you can dial in aggressive, squelchy, distorted sounds that you just can't get on other synths, unless you've got a MiniBrute.

Capture Song Ideas on the Fly

A step sequencer is built right in so you can build solid foundations for tracks, directly on the MicroBrute. You can easily create rhythmic patterns by step-inputting notes and rests, and then play them back in real time as you make your edits. Because the MicroBrute also sports a mini keyboard, you can also transpose sequences up and down by simply hitting a key, and put your focus where it belongs -- on making music. The monosynth's step sequencer and keyboard are just two of the instruments many features that will help you in the composition department.

Specifications Compact monophonic analog synthesizer
100 Percent analog signal path for pure analog warmth and tone
1 VCO with 3 waveforms: Saw, Triangle, and Square
Waveshapers such as Ultrasaw, Pulse Width, and Metalizer modify and animate your sounds
Overtone generator adds harmonics from one octave down to a fifth up
Steiner-Parker filter with Low pass, Band pass, and High pass modes yield a unique, robust sound
25 Mini-key velocity-sensitive keybed
Step sequencer onboard to capture song ideas, generate rhythms and melodics, and more
Modulation matrix provides fun modulation possibilities plus flexible routing with other synths
1-Volt per octave CV/ Gate for interfacing with external gear
MIDI In jack and USB/MIDI connectivity for working with software
Pitch-bend and Mod wheel for expressive playing

*Specifications subject to change without notice.

Shipping Policy

We are able to ship anywhere within Australia, we do not ship goods internationally.

We do not ship acoustic pianos to locations outside Victoria without prior arrangement, please contact us to find out if we are able to ship an acoustic piano to you if you are outside Melbourne metro.

Please allow a minimum of up to 7-10 working days for delivery, subject to stock availability.

If your ordered item is out of stock, you will be contacted by Keyboard Corner.

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Small items will be sent via Australia Post. If the item is too big for your letter box, they will leave a card in your letter box for you to collect it at the Post Office.

Larger items will be sent via courier and need to be signed for. We recommend having goods shipped to a business address where somebody is always available to accept delivery. Extra delivery charges may apply if there is no one available to take delivery of the item when the first delivery is attempted. Keyboard Corner will take no responsibility if you supply us with an incorrect shipping address.

Return Policy

If a product is damaged, please contact us for us to arrange collection and return of the item, within 7 days of receipt and we will exchange the item(s) or issue you with store credit or refund.

We will not exchange any item if you simply change your mind, so please shop with care.

All products must be returned as new, unused, undamaged and in their original packaging. We reserve the right to refuse a return on any product that does not meet these requirements. The following procedure must be undertaken.

1. E-mail enq@keyboardcorner.com.au with your name, invoice number, product name, reason for return and request for replacement, exchange or refund.

2. You will be issued with a Return Authorisation Number (R.A. #) which is to be written on the outside of the returned package. At the same time you will be given the address to return the package to.

It is your responsibility to supply Keyboard Corner with your correct shipping address. Freight drivers are only obliged to deliver to this address, and take no responsibility.

If the product supplied to you is faulty, Keyboard Corner will replace it with no charge once it is sent back postage paid we will send the replacement out with no added postage costs. Please call/e-mail for your Return Authorisation Number before returning any goods.

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Store Information

Keyboard Corner was established in the late 1970's. The store had fairly modest beginnings, with a small corner shop, selling mainly organs and pianos. Over the decades our product range expanded greatly.

In the mid 90's we opened KC's Rock Shop, (Keyboard Corner's Rock Shop) to give us the ability to specialize in items other than keyboard based instruments. The two shops are now merged into one building with over 250 square metres of showroom.

December 2012 saw the opening of our specialised drum store, at 15 Erica Ave, just a 1 minute walk from the main store. With a great range of electric and acoustic kits, heads, percussion, cymbals, sticks and accessories we are well worth a visit.

We carry a huge range of everything musical and have specialised departments for pianos, keyboards, digital pianos, sheet music, electric guitars, amplifiers, acoustic guitars, bass guitars, classical guitars, PA gear, home recording, microphones, drums and more.

We have become one of the largest musical instrument suppliers in Melbournes suburbs, and have established a reputation of offering the best advice and service, while still offering great value pricing.