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This out-there little music machine features a versatile digital oscillator so you can create rare and interesting sounds with ease. Modes like Texturer, KarplusStrong, Harmonic OSC, and Superwave give adventurous musicians the chance to explore totally new, unheard possibilities.


  • Synthesizer with 192 preset slots and 128 factory presets
  • 11 Digital oscillator with variable mode, including adaptions of the Mutable Instruments Plaits module
  • Analog State Variable Filter, 12dB/octave, resonant, Low Pass, Band Pass, High Pass
  • ADSR envelope
  • Cycling Envelope offering two modes
  • Envelope
  • LFO with Sync: Sine, Tri, Saw, Square, Random, Slew Random
  • Modulation matrix with 5 sources and 7 destinations (3 custom destinations)
  • Monophonic or Paraphonic modes - Up to 4 voices
  • 25-key capacitive keybed with polyphonic aftertouch
  • Capacitive touch strip
  • Crisp OLED display for editing and parameter values
  • Powerful arpeggiator
  • Up, Order, Random, Pattern modes
  • Spice & Dice Gate randomizers
  • 64-step sequencer
  • 2 patterns per preset
  • 4 automation tracks per preset
  • CV / Gate / Mod outputs
  • USB, Clock and MIDI in and out
  • 6.35mm master and 3.5mm headphone output


Arturia Microfreak Experimental Hybrid Synthesizer New Track Meditation Green The soft horn sound and the delicate bell sound are the points. Instruments: Arturia MicroFreak I felt the depth of the instruments Arturia MicroFreak that can express sounds that reach a very impressive heart.

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Arturia Microfreak Experimental Hybrid Synthesizer

Just wanted to share a video and pad patch I made for the MicroFreak. The patch uses pressure sensitivity to control the speed of the Cycling Envelope and the amount of Filter Resonance. The Cycling Envelope modulates Pitch, Wave, Timbre and Cutoff. Download patch here:

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Arturia Microfreak Experimental Hybrid Synthesizer

You're the only one still talking about it and giving out unsolicited "advice". Incidentally the following makes no sense at all : "The wording ("sheeple" etc.) is topical here." If I need advice from you on ANYTHING I'll let you know.

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