I am happy to announce that the SFC-60, my dedicated MIDI controller for the TAL U-NO-LX, is getting a new face and a new price! The price is lowered to 249 euros including VAT. The DIY kits will be no longer sold. You can subscribe to the waiting/order list here : http://goo.gl/forms/OwUsfIM1kR
Last week I implented a preset function into the SFC-60 MIDI controller. Since firmware V1.4 you can now save your favourite sounds into the memory of the controller itself and load them any time you want. You don’t have to save your sounds using the plugin anymore and can manage your presets directly from the controller. It’s a big deal for performing live. There are 3 banks of 14 presets available, so 52 in total. You can now also define a default preset that always get loaded when you plug the controller into the computer. This function will also be available in the forthcoming SFC-101 controller.
Video about preset mamagement coming soon!
A custom MIDI controller for the excellent TAL-BassLine-101, a software synthetizer modelling the legendary Roland SH-101.
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I am happy to announce that the SFC-60 is available to pre-order. The SFC-60 is a MIDI controller for the TAL U-NO-LX plugin, an excellent model of the Roland® JUNO-60. The controller is for sale in 2 flavours : as a DIY-kit (with easy instructions) or fully assembled. More info on the product page. The controller will ship in December.
The SFC – 60 is planned to be available in November 2014. We took our time to make the best product possible and make it more affordable. Subscribe to our mailing list to receive updates about release and pre-orders:
The SFC-60 is a boutique MIDI controller designed to control the TAL-U-NO-LX synth instrument plugin. Finally the sound and the touch of the popular Roland Juno-60 synthesizer are made available right into your DAW offering the advantages of both digital workflow and analog sound. The controller is planned for release in September 2014.