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  • DomstratoDomstrato

    Very flexible

    Rocktron MIDI RaiderPublished on 01/06/13 at 13:56
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I have this tool recently, but the thing I can say for now is that it seems very flexible in terms of possibilities.
    In my opinion it has exactly the same opportunity as its predecessor, the Rocktron All Access. it is simply much cheaper (relocation of production forces in Asia).
    I'm trying to get my new Rig Rocktron Patch Mate with a Loop and MIDI Raider will be my control panel for this.

    In any case I am very enthusiastic about what we can do with it. I would say it should still be comfortable with the concept MIDI to fully understand and master.

    For comparison, it seems better than its competitor Voddoo Lab Ground
    Control system for two reasons: more button (15 instead of 12)…
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    I have this tool recently, but the thing I can say for now is that it seems very flexible in terms of possibilities.
    In my opinion it has exactly the same opportunity as its predecessor, the Rocktron All Access. it is simply much cheaper (relocation of production forces in Asia).
    I'm trying to get my new Rig Rocktron Patch Mate with a Loop and MIDI Raider will be my control panel for this.

    In any case I am very enthusiastic about what we can do with it. I would say it should still be comfortable with the concept MIDI to fully understand and master.

    For comparison, it seems better than its competitor Voddoo Lab Ground
    Control system for two reasons: more button (15 instead of 12) and assignments "Instant Switch" is unique to each preset (unlike the Ground Control system with a configuration of Instant Switch for all presets).

    In any case, this product perfectly meets my need to control multiple MIDI devices.
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