>>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
>>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.
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?
>>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.
>>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.
>>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.
>>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
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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