Arturia miniBrute microBrute and miniLab price drops

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Re: Arturia miniBrute microBrute and miniLab price drops

Post by meatballfulton » Fri Nov 14, 2014 12:42 pm

Well, after 7 years of messing around with the demo version(s) of the Analog Factory/Laboratory/Lab software I finally bought the Minilab for $75. I almost bought the Analog Lab software when it was on sale for $50 a few months ago, I'm glad I waited because dedicated controllers really enhance the softsynth experience.
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Re: Arturia miniBrute microBrute and miniLab price drops

Post by max badwan » Sat Nov 15, 2014 12:51 am

ninja6485 wrote:
Stab Frenzy wrote:
Kenneth wrote:They're probably trying to move some boxes in the warehouse in preparation for a new synthesizer to be announced at NAMM! Let's go Polybrute!
2 osc 2 VCF maxibrute instead please. :D
The only problem with the maxibrute would be the name. It sounds too much like the name of a maxipad.
MegaBrute?

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