Synthesizer editor plug-in developer and controller guru Momo Muller has come up with a full solution for the Behringer DeepMind 12.
DeepMind 12 Editor
Momo has done what he always does and pulled out every editable parameter of a hardware synthesizer and presented them to us in a decent looking software interface. Although you can’t beat making sounds on hardware with your fingers there are often hidden parameters that take a bit of menu diving to discover and that’s when the editor starts to shine. It also makes it easier to see how you’ve edited a patch and all those changes and tweaks can be saved in the project and recalled later.
There are some additional tools as well like the two XY pads for taking control over a number of parameters at once. All controller movements can be recorded as automation. It makes automation dead easy within your DAW so you don’t have to worry about MIDI assignments. You can even get another MIDI controller and patch that to parameters within the DeepMind 12 so that you have other hardware controlling the hardware.
Momo’s editors always work well and are a no-brainer for any DeepMind 12 owner at the extraordinary price of €5.90 for both the VST and stand-alone version.