We're compiling the best Holiday 2016 music gear deals. See them here.
A Minibrute SE can be seen in this Instagram video (0:10), in the shelf above the golden Minimoog Voyager and the Access Virus TI. In the photos taken with a fan's camera, it can be spotted in the corner of his rack-table. http://edmsauce.wpengine.netdna-cdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/deadmau5-disposable-camera10.jpg http://edmsauce.wpengine.netdna-cdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/deadmau5-disposable-camera12.jpgmore
This is the mono synth reimagined. You dial in your waveforms with a mixer, your triangle wave has an insane wave folder, you have 4 filter types to consider, all mod destinations have +/- polarity, and there's a SWING KNOB on the sequencer!! THANK GOD. Its all stuff that makes you go "how have I not seen this on a mono synth before?" This thing oozes character from its functions to its sounds. The oscillators are sharp and the filter is raw. It has a tendency to poke out of the mix; it is brash and will not be buried. The flip side of that is it has a wonderful midrange definition that only an analog beast could produce. But make no mistake: this sure as hell aint no moog.
This synth was the first synth after some years of using only VSTs and this synth brought back my love for analog gear. After getting used to it and after training the muscle memorie it's one of the gems in my synth collection. From ACID BASSLINES to funky lead sounds. I love it. And the sequencer is quite intuitive and nice to work with, especially in a live situation where it can play up to 6 sequences (1 at a time) - it has non volatile memory.