Arturia Drumbrute Review

In this gear check we will talk about the Arturia Drumbrute, a fully analog drum machine with 17 sounds, multimode filter, beat repeat and midi compatibility for under $500. Sounds to good to be true? Let’s find out the pros and cons…

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Price: 449 USD


About the author: Born and raised in Germany, Mike started in the late 90s as a rapper and beat maker. From there he made his way to become a passionate sound designer, music technology vlogger, and qa tester for leading companies in the music industry. On his website Padbangers.com, he reviews new gear, sounds, and apps for producers.

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  1. I’ve been living with my Drumbrute for a while but didn’t know some of the neat tricks you shared in this video. So thank for that! I’m only just starting to play with making music on a DAW so your hint about using the Drumbrute as a midi controller was interesting.

    I seems a lot of people are buying the Korg Volca Beats first, and then buying a Drumbrute later on. I know the price difference is quite large but I find the Drumbrute easier to use than the Volca Beats I had. I made a video to compare the two devices. If you’re interested it’s published here – https://making-music.com/arturia-drumbrute-vs-korg-volca-beats/

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