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SoundForce SFC-Mini V3

SoundForce SFC-Mini V3  ·  Source: SoundForce

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SoundForce has updated their SFC-Mini hardware controller designed to give hands-on control over software Minimoogs such as the Arturia Mini V.

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SFC-Mini V3

It’s a neat idea where rather than having a generic MIDI controller provide some tactile control over your software synths, SoundForce can provide a boutique hardware controller designed expressly for a specific software synth; in this case the Minimoog.

Once you’ve mapped the controls the SFC-Mini will help reinforce the illusion that you are using a real life synthesizer. SoundForce also does controllers for the Juno-60 and Prophet-5. These are still MIDI controllers and so you can use them with anything but connecting them to an emulated version of the synth they support makes for a fabulous controlling experience.

The V3 has an updated case design with hardwood side panels and now the configuration of the MIDI assignments can be customised in a new editor.

The SFC-Mini V3 is available now for €349.

More information from SoundForce

  • SFC-Mini webpage.
  • More articles about SoundForce products.
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One response to “SoundForce SFC-Mini V3: Updated MIDI controller for software Minimoogs”

  1. Herman says:

    These are very nice controllers but at a cost… Espceially if you can now get a real analog synth model D for 250 or 260 euros …

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