New Editors For The Roland MC-707, MC-101 Grooveboxes

Developer Momo Müller has released MIDI editors for the Roland MC-707 and MC-101 Grooveboxes.

The editors are designed to give you have direct access to many parameters and to let you select / start scenes and clips directly.

You can also use the plug-in versions to record controller movements in your DAW.

Features:

  • Select / start the Scenes and Clips directly from Editor.
  • Complex sound changes can be made easily and quickly.
  • Direct access to the sound parameters
  • All controllers can be automated.
  • X-Y modulation of all parameters
  • All Scatter variants can be started from the Editor.
  • You can use your MC-707 and MC-101 as a sound module in your DAW

The Editors are available for PC as VST / Standalone 32/64 bit and for MAC as VST / AU / Standalone 64 bit and MAC-M1.

You can preview the MC-707 editor via the video embedded above, and the MC-101 via the video below:

Pricing and Availability

The Roland MC-707 and MC-101 editors are available now for 6,90€  / $ 7.90.

5 thoughts on “New Editors For The Roland MC-707, MC-101 Grooveboxes

  1. these units are such an odd combination of the most purely efficient function in a few areas and a complete lack of features in nearly all other areas… which seems to be a classic Roland phenomena imho

    dont hold your breath for a zencore editor anytime soon, unless they do a hardcore rewrite of the base OS – the parameters in the sound design portion are not even supported at the sysex level

    when it comes to performance, as a bread-and-butter groovebox style tone module, its near perfect if you combine it with some other bits of gear

    1. “these units are such an odd combination of the most purely efficient function in a few areas and a complete lack of features in nearly all other areas… which seems to be a classic Roland phenomena”

      not with the current fantom which has everything under the sun onboard.

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