Tuesday, July 10, 2012
This story comes to us via Waveformless reader and contributor Adam:
"Yves Usson (aka yusynth) is part of the Minibrute design team. He released the above demo with a more traditional analog sound.
He writes " Here a quick and dirty demo of Arturia's MiniBrute sonic capabilities when the sliders of the Oscillator Mixer are cranked below the lowest third of their run. This way one can get warm classical analogue sounds. Here I focus on sound design rather than on melody (I am a lousy musician). All is produced with a MiniBrute with not effect but a digital delay/reverb, no equalizing, no compression."
What do you think? I think it sounds really nice... very clear and present, but with a nice, round bottom end.