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Evolution UC-33e

MIDI Console from Evolution

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Evolution UC-33ePublished on 06/11/06 at 04:17
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I VIEN FAIR AND HONESTLY buy it C SMALL WONDER.
I USED TO CONTROL THE CUBASE, PRO 53, REASON AND STILL OTHER AND WITH PRESET VST IS HYPER Symple.
SHE IS PERFECT FOR A HOME STUDIO IF YOU DO NOT WANT TO SPEND TOO MUCH IN THIS MACHINE SOU KIND.
IT IS MORE BEAUTIFUL MALGRER SAY MANY PERSON IS RATHER STRONG AND FADER IF NOT ROTTEN (INSTEAD). AUTOMATION FADER DO NOT MISSING AS ITS EVEN IF IT IS TRUE THAT WAS HIS WILL STILL BE MIEU BUT SAY NOTHING OR NOBODY IS PERFECT AND SO IS ALL FOR A LOW PRICE AND WITH HIS SIMPLICITY (it is extremely easy to assign the fader and a rotary own these control) HANDLING YOU DO NOT GO YOU COMPLAIN.
IN ANY CASE IF SOV'RE TIRED OF CONTROL OF THE CUBASE...…
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I VIEN FAIR AND HONESTLY buy it C SMALL WONDER.
I USED TO CONTROL THE CUBASE, PRO 53, REASON AND STILL OTHER AND WITH PRESET VST IS HYPER Symple.
SHE IS PERFECT FOR A HOME STUDIO IF YOU DO NOT WANT TO SPEND TOO MUCH IN THIS MACHINE SOU KIND.
IT IS MORE BEAUTIFUL MALGRER SAY MANY PERSON IS RATHER STRONG AND FADER IF NOT ROTTEN (INSTEAD). AUTOMATION FADER DO NOT MISSING AS ITS EVEN IF IT IS TRUE THAT WAS HIS WILL STILL BE MIEU BUT SAY NOTHING OR NOBODY IS PERFECT AND SO IS ALL FOR A LOW PRICE AND WITH HIS SIMPLICITY (it is extremely easy to assign the fader and a rotary own these control) HANDLING YOU DO NOT GO YOU COMPLAIN.
IN ANY CASE IF SOV'RE TIRED OF CONTROL OF THE CUBASE MIXER WITH YOUR SOURI AND HAVE SEEN YOU SAW vomit LORSKE THE PRICE OF ONE MOTOR CONTROL SURFACE AS THE MACKIE CONTROL (990th approx) OR I / O CONTROL (about 1200th) OF M-AUDIO ESITEZ Do NOT EVEN AND SEIZE THE UC-33e CAR ME I HAVE REGRETS eSite ALL TEMP AVAN OF PURCHASE.
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Evolution UC-33ePublished on 06/11/06 at 04:17
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
I VIEN FAIR AND HONESTLY buy it C SMALL WONDER.
I USED TO CONTROL THE CUBASE, PRO 53, REASON AND STILL OTHER AND WITH PRESET VST IS HYPER Symple.
SHE IS PERFECT FOR A HOME STUDIO IF YOU DO NOT WANT TO SPEND TOO MUCH IN THIS MACHINE SOU KIND.
IT IS MORE BEAUTIFUL MALGRER SAY MANY PERSON IS RATHER STRONG AND FADER IF NOT ROTTEN (INSTEAD). AUTOMATION FADER DO NOT MISSING AS ITS EVEN IF IT IS TRUE THAT WAS HIS WILL STILL BE MIEU BUT SAY NOTHING OR NOBODY IS PERFECT AND SO IS ALL FOR A LOW PRICE AND WITH HIS SIMPLICITY (it is extremely easy to assign the fader and a rotary own these control) HANDLING YOU DO NOT GO YOU COMPLAIN.
IN ANY CASE IF SOV'RE TIRED OF CONTROL OF THE CUBASE...…
Read more
I VIEN FAIR AND HONESTLY buy it C SMALL WONDER.
I USED TO CONTROL THE CUBASE, PRO 53, REASON AND STILL OTHER AND WITH PRESET VST IS HYPER Symple.
SHE IS PERFECT FOR A HOME STUDIO IF YOU DO NOT WANT TO SPEND TOO MUCH IN THIS MACHINE SOU KIND.
IT IS MORE BEAUTIFUL MALGRER SAY MANY PERSON IS RATHER STRONG AND FADER IF NOT ROTTEN (INSTEAD). AUTOMATION FADER DO NOT MISSING AS ITS EVEN IF IT IS TRUE THAT WAS HIS WILL STILL BE MIEU BUT SAY NOTHING OR NOBODY IS PERFECT AND SO IS ALL FOR A LOW PRICE AND WITH HIS SIMPLICITY (it is extremely easy to assign the fader and a rotary own these control) HANDLING YOU DO NOT GO YOU COMPLAIN.
IN ANY CASE IF SOV'RE TIRED OF CONTROL OF THE CUBASE MIXER WITH YOUR SOURI AND HAVE SEEN YOU SAW vomit LORSKE THE PRICE OF ONE MOTOR CONTROL SURFACE AS THE MACKIE CONTROL (990th approx) OR I / O CONTROL (about 1200th) OF M-AUDIO ESITEZ Do NOT EVEN AND SEIZE THE UC-33e CAR ME I HAVE REGRETS eSite ALL TEMP AVAN OF PURCHASE.
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BlendaBlenda

Simple, lightweight and practical.

Evolution UC-33ePublished on 11/27/13 at 10:19
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How long have you use it? I used two years and I recently sold to a variety of different hardware.

What is the particular feature you like best and least? I thoroughly enjoyed the number of knob (24) and access to different banks assignment easily. I did not like the fact that dutout has a small latency in the south, and the lack of space between the knobs, sometimes a turn made me make a false manipulation with its neighbor. Level faders is the big downside ... very robust and led to low quality. However, for its price range and his bill, he agreed to start me tremendously. The setting is also surprisingly simple (at least for Ableton Live).

Have you tried many other models before...…
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How long have you use it? I used two years and I recently sold to a variety of different hardware.

What is the particular feature you like best and least? I thoroughly enjoyed the number of knob (24) and access to different banks assignment easily. I did not like the fact that dutout has a small latency in the south, and the lack of space between the knobs, sometimes a turn made me make a false manipulation with its neighbor. Level faders is the big downside ... very robust and led to low quality. However, for its price range and his bill, he agreed to start me tremendously. The setting is also surprisingly simple (at least for Ableton Live).

Have you tried many other models before buying it? No, it was my first controler noon.

How would you rate the quality / price? Very fine given that currently find it for 80 euros is easy. Its light weight and small size make major assets (especially compared to a Beringher BCF 2000 or such controlling similar).

With experience, you do again this choice? If I had to do a live use with a yes or knobs control a synthesizer via mao, if not especially, I now rather need pads and under potads.
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berry036berry036

a product handy

Evolution UC-33ePublished on 11/10/12 at 14:49
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I use Uc33e since 2004. This is the only control surface I tried, before I flew synths (hardware and vst) knobs with a master keyboard. It is well recognized by the computer (xp). I recommend using this material with Midi Yoke and Midi Control Center. The Uc33e offers a significant number of potentiometers, rotary as linear. It is ideal for controlling vst and have sensations similar to what it feels like driving a synth (or effect) hardware. However, I find him a little flaw: it does not send sysex. This prevents any possibility of control "closer" some synths. It is not very serious, most of the synths I use are controlled without problems with Control Changes.
To conclude, I think...…
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I use Uc33e since 2004. This is the only control surface I tried, before I flew synths (hardware and vst) knobs with a master keyboard. It is well recognized by the computer (xp). I recommend using this material with Midi Yoke and Midi Control Center. The Uc33e offers a significant number of potentiometers, rotary as linear. It is ideal for controlling vst and have sensations similar to what it feels like driving a synth (or effect) hardware. However, I find him a little flaw: it does not send sysex. This prevents any possibility of control "closer" some synths. It is not very serious, most of the synths I use are controlled without problems with Control Changes.
To conclude, I think it's always very nice surface, which makes it much service. The manufacturing quality, and offers some significant details, such as LEDs on the caps linear potentiometers.
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  • Manufacturer: Evolution
  • Model: UC-33e
  • Category: MIDI Consoles
  • Added in our database on: 07/10/2006

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