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Are there other Sound inside Arturia?
« on: October 16, 2018, 04:52:36 pm »
i know, i can put the Arturia Drumbrute on my Computer - but at first i am interested in: Are there for example different "KickDrums" in it? So for years i used the Korg Electribe and i can change other Beats, Hihats and so on very easy. So in Drumbrute, i am not sure if the option available?
And then, how can i choose it?
Thanks if you can help me :)


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Re: Are there other Sound inside Arturia?
« Reply #1 on: November 15, 2018, 11:00:34 pm »
Hey Zeitwand,

the Drumbrute is an analog machine, which means the instruments are generated with electronic circuits akin to a Roland TR 808 or most instruments on a Roland TR 909 (except the Hihats, Cymbals) - not samples, like in a drum sampler like the electribe.

The upside is that analog drums can be extremelý beefy and cool-sounding if you record and process them right, and can give you lots of fun knobs to tweak the sound on the spot - like on the drumbrute. The downside is that you can't exchange a complete set of sound charactaristics just like if you load another sample.

If I were you, I'd go a different route about discovering new 'hidden' sounds in the drumbrute: get some guitar pedals, e.g. a Electro Harmonix Crayon, (Bass) Soul Food or the Stereo Memory man w Hazarai, or an Eventide TimeFactor / Space etc - pick them up second hand if you find them too expensive. There are many others - I just name these because they work well for me.

Then run a single voice or the mix output through them and voila - a whole world of new sounds.

Hope this helps as an inspiration!

« Last Edit: November 15, 2018, 11:02:28 pm by groovelastig »


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