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ITT: Post gear you love. This thing is a 10/10 for me.
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>dat "Baby B3"
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>>51738273
It's good for the price and packs a lot of features in to its small footprint but god damn it, Arturia need to do a full size 'Brute with a second oscillator and 3+ octaves of keys.
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>>51738339
If you want something done anon in most cases it's best to do it yourself.
>complete bachelor of engineering (electrical)
>complete master of engineering (music technology)
>get job at Arturia
>work your way up to R&D lead
>initiate development of 2 osc/3+ octave "MultiBrute"
>accept position as Director of R&D
>see your project through fruition
>come back and post it in the nearest gear thread
>profit
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>>51738297
Nice, I've always wanted an electric organ, but I've never had the room.
>>51738339
Check out the MFB Dominion. I have no clue how it sounds since there aren't that many demos, but the features and appearance are similar to what a bigger minibrute would be like.
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>>51738431
Okay, I'll see you back here in 20+ years
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muh babies
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No one else here knows the exquisite weirdness of the Wersi MK1
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>>51738471
>tfw I'll actually still be here waiting.
I can't wait to see it tho
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>>51738482
My other heavy ass keyboard
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>>51738512
It's true, I do not

>>51738482
>>51738521
Oh hey brü, I remember you!
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I have a minbrute, but i'm a bit of a noob when it comes to electronic music gear. Is it possible to connect a drum machine via cv, and sync the tempo with the arpeggiator/lfo without using a computer?
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>>51738550
Depends on the drum machine. It would be easier to sync the minibrute to the drum machine though
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>>51738550
That's exactly what the CV/Midi port is for.
>>51738521
>>51738482
Looks cool, I think you need to take a better pick of your minimoog though.
>>51738512
That thing looks rad.
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>>51738568
oh, yeah. that's what i mean actually. which cv output/input would i use?

also any recs for drum machines in the $200-300 area?
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>>51738545
>Oh hey brü, I remember you!
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>>51738589
>That's exactly what the CV/Midi port is for.
I had a vague idea this was the case, but yeah I know pretty much nothing
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>>51738589
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>>51738605
Drum machine CV out -> Brute CV in. What do you want out of a drum machine? There are a ton of vintage digital ones that go pretty cheap used. You could pick up a sampler and make analog drum sounds on your brute then sequence them in the sampler. If you want analog, but are lazy you're pretty much stuck with either a Korg Volca Beats or an Akai Rhythm Wolf.
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>>51738605
If it's an analog drum machine, or doesn't have midi, send a sync out or rim click into the gate in of the brute.

If the drum machine has midi, just send it to the midi in. You could also sync both to a DAW
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>>51738656
>Drum machine CV out -> Brute CV in.
Drum machines don't usually have CV, you migh be thinking of clock pulses. You don't want to send that to any of the CV ins of the brute, you'd just get a spike in pitch or whatever you connect it to. You want to send the clock to the gate in.
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Kilpatrick announced a new semi-modular synth today
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>>51738676
>send a sync out or rim click into the gate in of the brute
the rimshot thing usually doesn't work that well, also you need to be aware of the difference between s-trig and v-trig

>>51738656
Rhythm Wolf a shit, seriously, it's a fucking disaster
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>>51738656
I have an akai s3000 that i got a while back and haven't got round to learning how to use, so i suppose my best option would be using that for drums. Thanks for the help.
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>>51738608
As I've already indicated here >>51738515
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>>51738771
You could add gain to the click. It really depends on what is receiving the signal. I believe the brutes trigger pretty easily.

He shouldn't have to worry about s-trigs, brutes don't have them.
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Moog just sent me a Sub 37. It is nice. Had the LP before that.

Also G&L ASAT Special GOAT
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>>51738808
>You could add gain to the click. It really depends on what is receiving the signal.

Gain isn't the problem. Generally it triggers on a rising or falling edge without any signal conditioning. Anything other than a correct trigger pulse can potentially trigger multiple times (and an unpredictable number)

>He shouldn't have to worry about s-trigs, brutes don't have them.
yeah but the rising/falling edge determines the timing.
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>>51738715
I've always refereed to clock pulses as a type of control voltage.
>>51738771
I think the Rhythm Wolf sounds kinda cool if you want shitty clicky 70s drum sounds, but you don't want to deal with repairing gear and preset loops.
>>51738793
That's a great sampler, you should learn it. Here's a demo of some sounds you should be able to get out of your minibrute.(I did these on a microbrute) The sound quality and pattern is shit though.
http://clyp.it/eay1gunf
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>>51738837
I really liked the slim phatty, but my mini would warm up faster, so it had to go. I might pick up a little phatty with the cv outs at some point
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>>51738923

I was actually running a poly chain of 1 LP and 3 SP's. Mother fuckers would never stay in tune. Ever. Hence them sending me the Sub 37. When it worked it was totally glorious though, they should do something polyphonic in the future due to its utter dankness
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Here's some of my junk. And here's the new demo I finally made of my Leslie. It's aight.

http://youtu.be/dk3RBGM-wgE
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>>51738754
Holy shit, that design is terrible.
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what would be an affordable piece of gear i can use to get into producing techno?
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>>51739177
any of this stuff should pretty bargain-bin
http://youtu.be/kt3Oj-Dq-MM
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>>51739177
What type of techno?
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Oh hey the Microbrute is what I got recently and I love it. The interface is so great and has been really helpful in learning to get the hang of this stuff.

Also there was a synth thread like some days ago and somebody recommended watching the Intro to Synthesis videos. I watched them all and they were worth it, I learned an incredible amount from them.
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>>51738983
you have a home studio in a fucking cabin? that's awesome!
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>>51739282
Glad you enjoyed them. I think I remember that thread.
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>>51739304
Eh, sorta. It's just all my shit crammed into a bedroom... it's a temporary situation as I've become destitute.
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>>51738983
ayy lmao
(that place is beautiful)
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>>51739444
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any nerds know where to find 2.8" quick discs? I need them for a sampler
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>>51738273
That's pretty small for a piano
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