SoundForce Introduces SFC-60 V3, A Dedicated Controller For TAL-U-NO-LX

SoundForce has introduced SFC-60 V3, is a boutique class-compliant USB-MIDI controller for Togu Audio Line’s TAL-U-NO-LX Juno-60 emulation.

While it was developed in collaboration with TAL, it’s usable with any MIDI-mappable software or hardware.

The SFC-60 V3 is designed to work with TAL-U-NO-LX to optimize the hardware/software integration. For example, all the LED-based physical switches can update their states when a preset is changed in the plugin.

When switching instances on different tracks, the plugin can sync the controller and update the switches as well.

For the sliders/faders, the pick-up or scaling modes (similar to the Takeover modes in Ableton Live) can help avoiding “jumping” parameters. These features require the latest version of the plugin.

The case is made of bent steel and powder coated in black. The front panel is aluminum, also powder coated and screen printed with scratch-proof white, blue and red inks. Walnut wood side panels of 8mm thickness are fitted to both sides of the controller.

Pricing and Availability

The SFC-60 V3 is available on the SoundForce webshop  for 349 euros, incl VAT in the EU and 288 euros for customers outside the EU. In the US, Perfect Circuit is distributing the full SoundForce product line.

6 thoughts on “SoundForce Introduces SFC-60 V3, A Dedicated Controller For TAL-U-NO-LX

  1. Just got mine today. Has worked flawlessly so far and the build quality is ridiculously solid, including the faders. It’s just a joy to use – love it!

  2. If they took it one step further and implemented the TAL-U-NO-LX Juno-60 software into this controller (example a simple VST player), so it could be used standalone, then it would have been even bigger 🙂

    1. yeah my thought too – if you are going to go through the effort to make the dedicated hardware just create some pi emulation with elk and embed it or something

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