Raised sth similar here a while back and got a basic, 'ok' from Bruno.http://www.arturia.com/evolution/smf/index.php?topic=12050.0
It's interesting to hook the Minbrute up to a midi monitor and watch the speed/sensitivity of the aftertouch (e.g. compared in my case to a Novation DAW controller). It does come in very quick/easily.
However, over the months I've gotten used to the sensitivity and have now developed a lighter touch when playing on the Minibrute. Those of us used to non-velocity/aftertouch mono analogs (SH 101 for example) could play the keys as hard/soft as we want without any feedback, yet the Minibrute is a different/more musical beast, having both aftertouch for the synth and velocity for midi output into to your DAW.
It could still do with a tweak to ease the way it tends to burst in.
It would be great if we could disable aftertouch altogether using the minibrute connection utility.
In terms of DAW controller use (which of course without midi local on/off implemented is still not 100% feasible), I'd also like to see this feature as when I tried to use the Minibrute with my DAW, I had to filter out all the aftertouch data that gets recorded unintentionally.