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Description

Inward Connections The Brute is one of the most well suited limiters within the 500 series format to obtain a "high-end" vocal sound. It will add warmth and presence to your vocal, bringing out a breathy and airy quality while also smoothing out peaks and bringing the vocal up front in your mix. The Brute is also excellent for guitars, bass, and anywhere else and smooth and warm optical limiter can be of use.

Features
Gain reduction control
Zero adjust trim
Output level control
Hi-Pass filter: 250Hz for detector circuit
Bypass switch
LED lighted VU meter
VU meter output/reduction switch
Link switch
VF600 all discrete legendary amp blocks
Optocell reduction circuitry identical to TSL-3 Tube Limiter
Balance input and output transformers
Fits standard 500 series slot configuration mechanically and electrically
Powder coating in gunmetal gray
Specifications
Gain Reduction: up to 40dB
Input Impedance: >100K ohms balance
Output Impedance: 600 ohms balance
Frequency Response: +/- [email protected] to 50KHz
Output Signal to Noise: -95dB or greater
THD + Noise: .01%@1KHz/+4dBu
Reserve Makeup Gain: +15dB

Discussions

Arturia MatrixBrute

sounds pretty interesting. maybe those oscillators can switch to a paraphonic mode as well. i like the tone of the brute but i only use it to add oscillators to other stuff or to control some cv via the small patch pannel.

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Arturia Poly Brute

I have had the Brute from day one and it was AWESOME from day one - and I certainly was not a light user. It was one of my most used synths for 2 years, used the crap out of it in countless projects, made hundreds of patches and loved every second of it. The...

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Mics into preamps first or limiters first?

...the mid 70's, made by GAS, the Great American Sound company...it led with a statement something like "This amp has the brute power to be able to drive a typical washing machine..." Of course, it was followed by the "Son of Ampzilla"...... https://www.theabsolutesound.com/articles/pioneers-of-high-end-audio/?page=2

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