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Nicolas

MakerFair Rome!

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SoundForce is coming to Maker Faire Rome 2015 on the 16th/17th/18th October. To my italian friends or anybody attending the fair, come to my booth (V7) to have a chat and try the SoundForce controllers (SFC-Mini included!!).

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Rui’s SFC-Mini prototype

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Rui got the very special SFC-Mini prototype! Here is what he says: “Great news, i’ve got the unit and everything is working as intended, awesome! :D… i would also like to thank you for the T-Shirt, i’ll wear it proudly! Thank you once again Nicolas.”
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Sebastian’s SFC-60

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“The SFC-60 really stepped up my game using the U-NO-LX plugin. Not only is it great fun to play with, but it also gives you a feeling for the synth you just can’t have otherwise. It now has a fixed place in my workflow.”
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SFC-101 available for pre-order now!!

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SoundForce is happy to announce the SFC-101, a custom MIDI controller for the TAL-BassLine-101 software synthetizer (model of the Roland SH-101 : http://kunz.corrupt.ch/products/tal-bassline-101).IMG_2185_2000The SFC-101 is not “just” a MIDI controller, it offers you a complete and unique hardware experience within your software environment. The intuitive layout makes it easier and more fun than ever to play your software synthetizer.As with other SoundForce controllers, the SFC-101 is a class-compliant USB MIDI device that can be used with any other MIDI-mappable software. The SFC-101 can be pre-ordered now for 249 euros in our store. The first units will start to ship mid-july. SoundForce controllers are hand-made in the Netherlands (see how they’re made : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8I7vGNzxQI4). The open-source Arduino compatible firmware is available to all users on our website.

For more information see the product page.

Maximilian Clarke’s SFC-60

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Max from Germany got a SFC-60. He lives in Berlin and has been producing for over 10 years, most recently as one half of “The Loops Of Fury” (https://soundcloud.com/theloopsoffury/https://www.facebook.com/theloopsoffury). He’s currently producing solo, taking influence from early house, techno, ambient and soundscape sounds. He will put together a couple of EPs to release under a new moniker soon. I quote : “the SFC-60 has transformed my use of the U-NO-LX2 – it’s just like having a real Juno now and I couldn’t be happier!”
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