The Ctrl Boy comes with fast and easy software for creating templates and 6 banks for plugins and synthesizers.
A new MIDI controller called the Ctrl Boy has been announced by Miclop Electronic.
The retro-looking device and will have its own Kickstarter campaign in December.
The specialised MIDI controller for synths and plugins features presets for soft synths such as Massive, Omnisphere, FM8, Diva, Sylenth1 and Iris 2.
It boasts an unlimited number of mappings, and promises only two clicks to control any parameter.
The Ctrl Boy has high precision 14-bit encoders and it is compatible with elative encoders.
It also comes with fast and easy software for creating templates and 6 banks for plugins and synthesizers.
It has a MIDI connector for analogue devices, but most importantly, it looks like a frickin’ arcade machine!
Find out more about the Miclop Ctrl Boy over at its official Facebook page and check out the MIDI controller in action in the video below: