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Momo MC-707 and MC-101 editors

Momo MC-707 and MC-101 editors  ·  Source: Momo Muller

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The editors are in standalone and VST format and let you get into the guts of the Roland MC-707 and MC-101 Grooveboxes from your computer.

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MC-707 and MC-101 Editors

Momo does it again with these useful and straightforward editors for macOS and Windows. The MC-707 version covers all 8 tracks whereas the MC-101 deals with the 4 tracks of the hardware otherwise they are very similar in form and function.

Each channel has the main controls pulled out to the surface including filter controls, modulation and envelope, portamento, vibrato and all three effect sends. An XY pad is included that can be tied to parameters for some nicely simultaneous control and you have full access to all the Scatter effect variants. Scenes and Clips can also be selected and started from within the editor.

The VST/AU plugin version can be automated and have any movements recorded, and then be saved as part of a project turning the MC-707 and MC-101 into sound modules within your DAW.

These editors are also useful and potentially transformative for owners of these grooveboxes and they only cost a few Euros.

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One response to “Roland MC-707 and MC-101 software editors from Momo”

  1. Heaven 707 says:

    Yeah, that’s good from Momo. It’s a shame Roland didn’t supply one, with a patch editor, from new. Zenology Pro will do the patch stuff, at a cost. MC707 in particular has quite an advanced 4 partial synth, easy enough to edit on the box, but not everyone wants to work that way. Being able to control the Scatter by MIDI is a nice function. Momo’s VST’s are always pretty good, and inexpensive.

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