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Kenton Control Freak midi control center (as seen on Spitfire TV!)

Discussion in 'GEAR Talk Forum' started by JohnG, Aug 30, 2017.

  1. JohnG

    JohnG Senior Member

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  2. j_kranz

    j_kranz Senior Member

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    Analogue Haven (Santa Monica) carries Kenton, they might be able to special order one (I don't see it listed on their site currently).
     
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    JohnG

    JohnG Senior Member

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    good suggestion, jonathan thanks
     
  4. Casey Edwards

    Casey Edwards Senior Member

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    I actually wanted to buy one as well. I even talked to them about it at NAMM and they said it's discontinued and probably not coming back. So, I started to make my own instead. Software and Hardware are working great. Now I'm just trying to make the aesthetics somewhat pleasing.

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  5. synthpunk

    synthpunk Senior Member

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  6. chimuelo

    chimuelo Star Of Stage & Screen

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    Great little box.
    No jitter in the faders.
    I had a Doepfer MIDI Fader box years ago and couldn't find a Peavey, so got a Kenton which sat nicely on my Oberheim MC3000.
     
  7. jononotbono

    jononotbono Luke Johnson

    I would be very interested in buying one of these. It looks outstanding. Are you still making this?
     
  8. heisenberg

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    Ebay. Rarely available. Spitfire probably had the inside track on getting one.
     
  9. Casey Edwards

    Casey Edwards Senior Member

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    Absolutely! I'll post official information as we get closer to a release.
     
  10. Jdiggity1

    Jdiggity1 Not a mod

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    Come on guys.. I had only just recovered from the bruises of kicking myself.
    Here we go again...
     
  11. jononotbono

    jononotbono Luke Johnson

    Brilliant man! Very exciting!
     
  12. synthpunk

    synthpunk Senior Member

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    What do you need 16 faders for btw ?
     
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  13. chimuelo

    chimuelo Star Of Stage & Screen

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    16 MIDI CC#'s?
     
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  14. holywilly

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    As a cubase user, most of the cubase functions are able to control via midi cc's, I have assigned quite a few controls via midi cc, and I thinking having a 16 channel midi fader is very handy.
     
  15. chimuelo

    chimuelo Star Of Stage & Screen

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    The BCR/BCF-2000 is really still a fantastic controller.
    I'd love to get my hands on the new ones w/ touch faders.
    Basically means it's hardware that can send multiple CC#'s per fader.

    I'd like 8 x CC#'s per controller.
    That's a big seller but haven't seen any.
    My Source Audio Reflex Expression Pedal does a CV and 5 more CC#'s per preset.
    I want more..
     
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