Discussion in 'GEAR Talk Forum' started by JohnG, Aug 30, 2017.
anyone know where to get one in USA?
http://tonythomas.net/Kenton Control Freak Review.pdf
Analogue Haven (Santa Monica) carries Kenton, they might be able to special order one (I don't see it listed on their site currently).
good suggestion, jonathan thanks
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.
John, how about a Faderctrl ?
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.
I would be very interested in buying one of these. It looks outstanding. Are you still making this?
Ebay. Rarely available. Spitfire probably had the inside track on getting one.
Absolutely! I'll post official information as we get closer to a release.
Come on guys.. I had only just recovered from the bruises of kicking myself.
Here we go again...
Brilliant man! Very exciting!
What do you need 16 faders for btw ?
16 MIDI CC#'s?
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.
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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