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Arturia Matrix Brute


Written on Saturday, 23 January 2016 10:51
Written by  Synthonia

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Are you looking for a modular analog monophonic monster? Arturia has the answer...

As we told elsewhere, Winter NAMM 2016 is a true heaven for analog synth lovers. We already talked about the Korg Minilogue and Roland System-500, and now it's the turn of a true analog monophonic monster: the Arturia Matrix Brute.

It's a modular synth, but differently from the Roland guy we talked about, the signal path is mainly obtained through a matrix section where you can create paths by pressing buttons. 

 The Matrix

A large number of connectors is yet available on the rear panel of the synth, making it possible to create unique signal paths also by using external modules.

The Matrix Brute features three oscillators: the first two are Brute oscillators, with the capability of creating thick sounds via their sub-oscillators and wave shapers, while the third one is a classic oscillator with sine, triangle, saw and square waveforms which can be used both as an audio source and as a modulation source.

The synth is fully loaded with filters, shapers, modulators, effects and everything is controlled by a 49-keys keyboard with velocity and aftertouch.

And if all this is too complex to be managed live, you have 256 user memory locations where you can store your presets and recall them by pressing a single button on the matrix panel.

If you are dreaming of a powerful and virtually unlimited monophonic analog synth, Arturia Matrix Brute may be your dream come true.


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