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MIDI Control Surface for DJ from Faderfox

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FaderFox introduced a new controller called LV3, a compact controller for Ableton Live.

The device controls track volumes by faders, rack parameters by encoders and joysticks and important global things like tempo, quantization & cue/master-volumes. You get 24 programmable buttons, organized in 3 rows.

 

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Features

  • Special controller for Ableton Live (also suitable for other DAW software)
  • Automap setup files for Live 8 are shipped with the controller (no manual mapping necessary)
  • USB interface – class compliant / no driver necessary
  • Controls 8 tracks with possibility to shift the 8-track-window to further tracks
  • 24 programmable buttons for all track functions
  • About 280 commands – freely reassignable (each track sends on separate midi channel)
  • Select and start/stop of scenes/clips with dedicated encoder (clip-scroll in session view)
  • 4 mulifunctional push-encoders to control rack parameters in the selected track
  • 2 non-centered joysticks to control rack parameters in the selected track or in send tracks
  • Global control of several global parameters like tempo, quantization and master / cue volumes
  • All controls with double function by holding down the shift button
  • 33 LED’s in different colors to display various informations like clip states etc.
  • 2-digit-display to show current scene number and track window
  • USB bus powering – consumption less than 500mW / 100mA
  • Compact design in a black, plastic casing (desktop format 180×105×70 mm, 350 g)
  • Faders and encoders from ALPS
  • New rubber knobs for best tactile feeling

 

System requirements

  • PC or Mac with a free USB port (1.0 or higher) or any USB hub
  • Ableton Live 8 or software which allows user assignments of continuous parameters (CC)

 

Price


250 Euro (incl. VAT)

 

Visit FaderFox for more details.

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