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Author Topic: People who own the Arturia Drumbrute - is it worth it???  (Read 910 times)

wolfkinara

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People who own the Arturia Drumbrute - is it worth it???
« on: December 23, 2019, 12:30:53 pm »
I really like the idea of the Drumbrute, but I'm a little doubtful as to its real application. I feel like it would be fun to mess around with for awhile but when it comes to actually making music I would set it aside. Just curious if those who own it are able to use it on a regular and consistent basis.

Also, I would love to hear any songs that you made using the Drumbrute.whatsapp web 192.168.0.1 routerlogin
« Last Edit: December 25, 2019, 05:45:23 am by wolfkinara »

Arthia

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Re: People who own the Arturia Drumbrute - is it worth it???
« Reply #1 on: November 10, 2020, 08:03:24 am »
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Hi,

Having tied both Digitakt and Drumbrute (sold both), I should say that I'd prefer Drumbrute. Good build quality, nice feeling pads and brilliant sequencer. I really enjoyed making patterns on it, however, I felt rather limited by the quality of the sounds. But that's a relative and subjective point.

Arthur
« Last Edit: November 10, 2020, 08:08:57 am by Arthia »

juankax

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Re: People who own the Arturia Drumbrute - is it worth it???
« Reply #2 on: December 02, 2020, 06:13:32 pm »
I agree, Drumbrute works best. good luck.

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« Last Edit: December 11, 2020, 11:00:09 am by juankax »

juananlopez

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Re: People who own the Arturia Drumbrute - is it worth it???
« Reply #3 on: January 08, 2021, 05:27:47 pm »
I prefer Drumbute too!
« Last Edit: January 08, 2021, 05:32:59 pm by juananlopez »
Me encanta la música desde siempre. Toco el piano, la guitarra y la batería, y también canto en un coro. Trabajo en una de las mejores empresas de limpieza en murcia.

Pete Gass

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Re: People who own the Arturia Drumbrute - is it worth it???
« Reply #4 on: February 14, 2021, 04:22:25 am »
Here's my take - the tweak-able analogue sounds are great fun, but not for everything - leaving you with a pretty neat sequencer and a dozen pads that can run OTHER drums

For 400* UK there's a bunch of options now - I'm fond of THIS guy because
*Ooh only 300 at Andertons

1-Pretty solid - you can hit the pads without worrying about breaking anything (tho i recommend a good case or gig bag to protect the knobs)

2-Indivicual drum out's - to compress, or process in modular world

3-Should sync to most anything

4-The velocity sensitive pads can be remapped to fit external gear - a fun way to do this, if you're gear-light is plug the MIDI out straight into a cheap Yamaha (etc) plastic teaching keyboard - these  have pretty good GM drumsounds, great if you don't have any fancy modules/machines! - Pers i cant wait to try this with a Roland 101 (I lost my 303 in an Eviction :( )

Mixing 'real' and more 'disco' drums is kinda fun

As a songster / bass player i aint a natural born finger drummer, but I Love to groove on this thing...

 Pete Gas, Duran Nestene London, land of uk(k)

PS Oh downside the built in headphone amp seemed a bit lame - was maybe a lil disappointed til I ran it through the mixer, THEN it sounded WAY bigger!

PPS If i get a Minibrute 2S (and a keystep?) Maybe some of you'se can show me how to get them to play nice together, what the possibilities are ?
« Last Edit: February 14, 2021, 04:33:02 am by Pete Gass »

 

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