Evolution of the Brute sound
Raw, powerful, organic. The analog Brute voice is an unmistakable sonic force to be reckoned with - how about six at once?
PolyBrute's six-voice power starts with two Brute waveshaping oscillators. With sprawling timbral versatility from delicate airy pads to snarling stacked bass, these are six voices you can count on to excel in every application.
The tactile and reactive nature of analog synthesis is right at the heart of PolyBrute's architecture. Tame or animate the oscillators with an expanded array of multiple filters, envelopes and LFOs for absolute control over the analog domain. Once you've harnessed its sound sources, PolyBrute is your vessel for an inspiring voyage into sound.
a bold new chapter in the story of synthesis
PolyBrute’s morphing abilities let you perform, compose, and explore sound without boundaries.
Imagine being able to sweep all the parameter settings between two different patches all at once. PolyBrute goes even further with its groundbreaking ability to gradually morph between two completely different states within any patch.
The digital brain for PolyBrute’s analog heart
The Matrix is where PolyBrute’s analog reactivity and digital precision collide - an advanced architecture unlike any synth before it.
Instant access to 768 presets slots, including patches from the greatest sound designers in the world. No menus, no waiting - just like everything else on PolyBrute.
A tactile visual interface with everything you need to create dynamic polyphonic sequences, arpeggios, parameter motion recording and more.
PolyBrute puts all that analog power right up front with dedicated knobs and switches, offering unmatched control and immediacy.
Almost everything you touch also generates MIDI, so you can capture your every move as part of your DAW productions. Need some instant attitude? Crank up the enhanced Steiner filter’s Brute Factor. Want to change the cutoff on both filters at once? Grab the Master Cutoff knob. Time to move the floor beneath your feet? Dial in VCO 2’s sub-oscillator. It’s all right there in front of you.