A physical controller for the TAL-U-NO-LX
SoundForce Controllers, a young Dutch company, will launch in September a MIDI hardware controller for the TAL-U-NO-LX virtual synth.
Called SFC-60, this USB MIDI “boutique” controller is Class Compliant and can be used with Mac and Windows computers to control the Togu Audio Line virtual synthesizer (it was tested on Pro Tools 10 and 11, Logic 9, Cubase 7, Ableton 9 and Reaper 4).
The 30 x 24 x 4.7cm and 1.1kg unit is fully made of birch and laser cut. It features 22 Bourns Pro Audio 30mm faders, 7 buttons, 2 two-way switches, 6 three-way switches and 7 red LED indicators so that you can get at your fingertips all the necessary controls of the synth.
The SFC-60 is USB powered and ships with a Belkin USB cable.
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