Arturia Surprise Everyone With DrumBrute Announcement

Arturia Surprise Everyone With DrumBrute Announcement

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  • Posted on October 7, 2016 - 5:46 pm
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I was at the Arturia stand at SynthFest on Saturday in Sheffield, and those crafty Frenchmen kept this one quiet! Following hot on the heels of their immensely successful MatrixBrute, MiniBrute and MicroBrute range of hardware analog synths, this once software-only developer has just announced, much to everyone’s surprise, a new analog drum machine called […]

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Arturia V Collection 5 – Review

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  • Posted on September 14, 2016 - 8:08 pm
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It’s funny how, after so many years of not really getting into big virtual instrument collections, I am sat here now, reviewing my second iteration of Arturia’s V Collection in less than a year! Ok, so I may have been late to the V Collection 4 game, but I’m back up to speed again and […]

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Arturia V Collection 4 – Review

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  • Posted on November 15, 2015 - 7:51 pm
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Having experienced my first super-duper mega synth bundle at the back end of last year with UVI’s Vintage Vault, I find myself with the pleasure of trying out another one, this time in the shape of Arturia’s V Collection 4. As the name suggests, this is their fourth iteration of this all inclusive bundle, featuring […]

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Arturia Finally Reveal AudioFuse

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  • Posted on January 22, 2015 - 5:11 pm
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They’ve been teasing us with it since the back end of last year and today, as expected, Arturia finally announced and revealed AudioFuse, their first dedicated audio interface and on first impressions, it certainly does seem to deliver on those impressive early claims. Of course, with a piece of audio equipment, the proof will indeed […]

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World Music Day 2012

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  • Posted on June 21, 2012 - 12:45 am
  • By Failed Muso
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Originally known as Fête de la Musique and starting in France, World Music Day happens every June 21st, the normal date of the summer solstice (although this year, as in every leap year, it is on the 20th, but hey, who’s counting?!) and is designed for the world to celebrate music, those who make it […]

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Out There by Failed Muso

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  • Posted on July 24, 2008 - 8:21 pm
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Just another quick sketch of a piece I’m working on. Similar to my last one, it uses Ableton Live as the sequencer. This track features Native Instruments’ Absynth and FM8 as well as Arturia’s CS-80V. Percussion is a loop that comes with Live called “Out There” and the drums are provided from another MIDI loop […]

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Just like a London Bus, none for ages and then 3 at once !!

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  • Posted on July 20, 2008 - 11:31 pm
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Here’s a little something I put together tonight, inspired by the Blade Runner patch I was dickin’ about with earlier. It’s just a video of the sequence as I triggered it from Ableton Live. This demo features the Nostalgia VSTi for the D50 patch, Arturia’s CS-80V for the Blade Runner “horn” patch, one of Live’s […]

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At last ! A video of me playing !!

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  • Posted on July 20, 2008 - 2:43 pm
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Well, it has often been requested, yet never delivered. Until now ! Recorded to launch Failed Muso’s very own YouTube channel. I simply don’t have the keyboard skills of someone like Shepitology and so have shyed away from ever displaying my [lack of] keyboard skills. Sequencers were invented specifically for people like me ;o) Anyway, […]

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Never judge a book by it’s cover…

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  • Posted on April 7, 2007 - 3:56 pm
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I’ve always had a thing for the Roland Jupiter 8. I think it’s because it looked so big and complex, with all those lovely multi coloured buttons. Maybe it was also because it was on the cover of Howard Jones’ New Song single back in 84.. ..but when I heard it, it sounded so big […]

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Arturia are on a roll….their first hardware synth !

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  • Posted on January 17, 2007 - 11:05 pm
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Again, via MatrixSynth Origin is the first Arturia Hardware synthesizer. It is a modular system of a new generation opening innovative avenues in sound design.Loaded with modules extracted from the best synthesizers of all time (Moog Modular, ARP 2600, CS-80, minimoog and Prophet VS) Origin lets you combine these modules and benefit from the additional […]

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