Overview

The Arturia DrumBrute is a fully-featured analog drum machine with sequencer built for professional DJs, musicians and electronic producers. 17 fully analog drum sounds from kicks to snares, shakers to zaps can all be further edited to create new, unique tones for your beat. The sequencer offers up 64 patterns, each with 64 steps letting you store your entire set right onboard this compact workhorse. Take the mix and shoot it through the dual-mode Steiner Parker filter, then glitch it all out with the step repeater and move the groove around with random swing or go deep into polyrhythms with different lengths for each separate drum track. When it's time to hit the studio, the DrumBrute has 12 individual outputs to spread your beat out across multiple tracks to be processed and mixed separately.

Product Specs

Brand
Model
  • DrumBrute
Finish
  • Black
Year
  • 2010s
Categories

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Reviews for the Arturia DrumBrute Analog Drum Machine and Sequencer
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  • Great seller

    Verified Purchase

    Was extremely fast at responding to emails and item shipped quickly.

  • Fun to use. Wish for more mids in the bass drums.

    Verified Purchase

    Having so much fun with this so far! Wish that there was a way to beef up the mids and highs on the bass drums out-of-the-box but I understand that this unit is referencing classic bass drum sounds so that's not really a big low point for me.

  • Verified Purchase

    It sounds brilliant and punchy especially through a compressor, but only if you're looking for that particular sound. Be sure to watch some videos of it before buying. Not extremely versatile soundwise but there's a satisfying level of variety. An absolute pleasure to use, so much fun. The randomiser knob is amazing.

  • versatile analog drum machine

    Verified Purchase

    Good investment for someone looking to start out. In my opinion both bass drums are not as heavy as they should be, which is an easy adjustment if you have the right pedal or mixer to plug it into. (Used a heavy fuzz to bring out that bass sound/ran it through a basic effects mixer).Currently using …

  • Pretty Fun

    Verified Purchase

    The sounds are pretty decent, I've never owned a hardware drum machine so I don't have a lot to compare it to. The features seem well laid out in a way that makes completing common sounds pretty simple, but there is a learning period while you learn some of the more interesting tricks. Maybe not the…