New Editor Makes Cluster Flux Even Deeper

Sonic Freaks has introduced The Cluster Flux Editor, a third-party Mac editor application for the Moog Cluster Flux MF-108m pedal.

The Editor lets you control all parameters of the Cluster Flux, including hidden ones, so you can deeply Flux things up.

Here’s what they have to say about it:

“We have created the Cluster Flux Editor to control all parameters and features of the Cluster Flux including all the hidden ones. With our editor you will discover a whole new set of parameters and sound possibilities. For example, It is now possible to simply enable the LFO sync mode and select a suitable clock division.

Controlling the delay time via note number or pitch bender is now very easy to setup and extremely fun to play with. You can even change the delay multiplier to create lo-fi and gritty delay’s which have a whole lot of character.

And last but not least we added a preset system so you can store your favourite settings and recall them later. By sending program changes out of your DAW to the editor you can automate recalling presets for all your songs you are working on. We have also included 30 presets for the Cluster Flux Editor to get you on your way.”


  • 100 preset slots
  • Control all hidden parameters
  • Parameters recordable into DAW
  • Backup presets to your computer
  • High resolution dials
  • Help on hover parameters
  • 30 included presets
  • Control all front panel parameters
  • Midi monitor
  • Midi tap tempo
  • Midi Program Changes
  • Make your Cluster Flux a glitchy delay

Pricing and Availability

The Cluster Flux Editor is available now for €30,- incl. VA.

3 thoughts on “New Editor Makes Cluster Flux Even Deeper

  1. or you could just learn how to use your 1,000 dollar pedal, should stop referring to parameters as hidden, rather midi accessible.

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