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MFC-Edit has Reached End of Life

Admin M@

Administrator
Fractal Audio Systems
Moderator
All,

In a joint decision by Fractal Audio Systems and the program's creator, MFC Edit has been discontinued and is no longer available for sale in the Fractal Audio Systems store.

On behalf of all involved, thanks for many years of your enthusiasm about the editor for our first generation foot controller.
The program's author will continue to support current customers, and we'll do our best as always via our official support channels.
 

axifist

Experienced
I was among the beta testers when he started the software. I never bought it, because I never needed it due to my very simple setup. But it was definitely an upgrade to configuring via hardware, even more compared to the Axe II and Axe-Edit.

@Flopro, I guess the software is as good as it gets. Since the MFC doesn't get updates anymore, I think you'll be fine with the version you have. You bought if for a reason, right?

However, I +1 @ElectricPhase's complaint. This would have been a nicer way to handle the end of selling that software.
 

Theurge

Member
I was literally going to buy this today! I understand not supporting it any further, and wouldn’t expect updates, but I would still buy it, and I can’t believe no one wants my money for little further effort.
I’m in an end of life laptop on its last possible OS update, and using a mfc whose firmware is never going to change, so all together I’ve got a stable system that could serve me years, and mfc edit in its current state would work for as long as my laptop physically held together.
Can anyone help me out?
 
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