Arturia announce the Minibrute 2S, an analogue sequencing synth


Introducing the Arturia Minibrute 2S

Yesterday’s Minibrute 2 announcement from Arturia left us with a massive cliffhanger. We were told that two more products are to come, and following those, we’ll find out what the mysterious new Arturia Link is all about. Today we’ve been given the next piece of the puzzle: Meet the Minibrute 2S, a sequencer variant of Arturia’s new analogue monosynth family.

In the Arturia Minibrute 2S, the keyboard is swapped out for a set of velocity and pressure sensitive performance pads, and includes a more advanced triple-layer step sequencer that gives you the space to save up to 64 sequences and to chain them together.

As with the keyboard version, the Minibrute 2S works as serious standalone synth, but can also be enhanced by using its expanded patchbay to let you dive into the world of Eurorack modular sysnthesis. A powerful, intuitive and versatile new hybrid synth module, that’s ready to inspire and expand your sound in to new territories.

Both new MiniBrute synths are expected to land in store in March and are now available for pre-order.

We’ll find out tomorrow what the final piece of the Arturia Link puzzle is, so make sure you check back!

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  1. Phil says:

    The 2s could be exactly what I am looking for. In addition to my venerable Nova IIX I will have a Waldorf KB37+modules and a Dreadbox Abyss come July; I was looking at the Squarp Pyramid, but this has a full patchable analogue synth as well as sequencing…Damn.

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