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Arturia MicroBrute SE

Analog Synth from Arturia belonging to the MicroBrute series.

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Arturia launched a special edition of its MicroBrute analog synth with a choice of three bright colors.

The MicroBrute SE is available in white, orange or blue. It has the exact same features as the original MicroBrute: fully analog monophonic synth with multimode filter, sub-oscillator, Brute Factor, LFOs, ADSR envelope generator, oscillator mixer, CV I/O, USB MIDI and MIDI DIN, audio input and headphone output, and the 25-key keyboards with modulation and pitch bend wheels.

The Arturia MicroBrute SE has a price of 329€/$ and is available in limited quantities. More info at www.arturia.com.

 

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