The BeatStep Pro from Arturia is an analog and MIDI controller / sequencer for software instruments, analog digital hardware synthesizers, drum machines, drum kits, and iPad applications. The unit features 16 projects, each with two melodic sequencers offering up to 64 steps per sequence, and 16 sequences per project. Additionally, the drum sequencer allows for 16 separate tracks (one per pad) of sequencing and allows for real-time recording via pads or step buttons for a classic drum machine workflow.
Designed for the mobile musician, producer, or analog enthusiast, the KeyStep from Arturia is a 32-note, slimkey keyboard with an integrated 64-step sequencer/arpeggiator. The slimkey keybed offers velocity and aftertouch, while each step of the 64-step sequencer can have up to 8 notes. The step sequencer offers 8 memories, while the arpeggiator mode offers 8 pattern styles. Additionally, the swing and gate length can be set via the keyboard on-the-fly.
Designed to be as flexible as a modular synthesizer, the MatrixBrute from Arturia is a 100% analog synthesizer that features a 16×16 modulation matrix, 64-step sequencer, and 256 patch memories. The sound engine boasts three analog oscillators with a sub oscillator on oscillators one and two. Additionally, oscillator three doubles as an LFO and can be used as an audio source simultaneously. The noise generator offers white, pink, red and blue noise types.
Styled in a vivid red color, The MicroBrute Red is a monophonic synthesizer keyboard from Arturia offering a 25-note mini keyboard and an all-analog signal path. It also features a compact design, a translucent shell for viewing the electronics inside, and a multi-wave analog oscillator with mixable waveforms.
A special edition stylized in a vivid red color, the Arturia MiniBrute Red is a 100% analog synthesizer designed for studio recording and live-performance applications. This hardware unit features an analog monophonic signal chain and sports a hands-on user interface for controlling synthesis and modulation parameters. It utilizes a voltage-controlled oscillator to build custom waveforms by mixing triangle waves, square waves, sawtooth waves, white noise, and external audio signals.