Providing 17 distinct, fully analog drum and percussion instruments with an intuitive sequencer, massive connectivity, a two-mode Steiner-Parker filter, and dynamic performance controls, DrumBrute will take your beat production to the next level.
Create energetic and exciting drum beats with a single, user-friendly device. With its vast sonic potential and smooth workflow, DrumBrute meets and exceeds the expectations of demanding musicians. Bridging the gap between inspiration and technology, DrumBrute offers punchy analog drum sounds, advanced 64 step / 64 pattern sequencing possibilities and ultra-effective performance controls.
Zero-compromise analog drum machine.
Whether for step-sequenced beat making, real-time sound tweaking, or finger drumming performance, DrumBrute sets a new precedent for ergonomics, sequencing, editing, and pure sonic power. DrumBrute will surprise even the most hardcore analog fans, opening up exciting new avenues of sound creation using its heavy kicks, punchy snares, lightning hi-hats, and shimmering cymbals.
The key to your dance floor anthem.
DrumBrute’s core is made of seventeen 100%-analog drum and percussion instruments, so whatever drum sound you are looking for, DrumBrute has the solution. Any genre, style, or mood can be created with ease. As it’s made of independent modules, the sound triggering circuitry allows for full polyphony, meaning that all the instruments can be used simultaneously for an unrestricted creative experience. Among the 17 drum sounds, you will find re-imagined legends like 808 and 909 kicks, old-school rim, claves and clap, as well as incredibly usable, modern sounds like snappy & aggressive snares, cutting "zap", as well as the first ever analog reverse cymbal sound.
Is there anything more instinctive than tweaking the parameters of an analog instrument? We didn’t think so. DrumBrute lets you adjust the tonal quality of each individual drum using 24 parameters, and mix your levels to perfection. Creating your perfect beat is a simple and natural process. Want a chilled, slow-motion atmosphere? Lengthen the decays, lower the pitches and give your kick a lazy sweep. Crave a nasty, cutting beat? Raise the snap level and the pitches, and tighten up the decay.