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fabamariefabamarie

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Contour Design ShuttleXpressPublished on 05/07/13 at 12:13
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
I use Logic 9 can configure any good but this thing has too few buttons so we quickly limited
I also made changes to another akai controller that has a lot more buttons is both

If the object is very plastic buttons make a lot of noise and it is not very comfortable I think, at home I do not think it falls under the hand
Only positive, have a jog, something which I do pass me since my Qcon, I used to travel a cursor and the other for vertical zoom (an Apple trackpad on the right hand to the other horizontal zoom and travel)

A 40 euros so take a controller with lots of buttons and knobs
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mortimer Vallamortimer Valla

jog buttons and not too expensive

Contour Design ShuttleXpressPublished on 12/15/12 at 10:28
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
I use it for 4 months. I also have a Frontier TranzPort but I use the battery with the system without son.
I like the configuration that is ultra-simple with software that does what you want. I set to work in the window of Logic audio / button to create a backup file before changing a button for the mod gain a start / stop button, a button to create silence and a button to normalize. I use the ring around the jog to implement the gain (+1, +2, +3 ... and the other way around -1, -2, -3 ...).
excellent value for money.
With experience may take the model I outline pro ... More buttons .... …
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I use it for 4 months. I also have a Frontier TranzPort but I use the battery with the system without son.
I like the configuration that is ultra-simple with software that does what you want. I set to work in the window of Logic audio / button to create a backup file before changing a button for the mod gain a start / stop button, a button to create silence and a button to normalize. I use the ring around the jog to implement the gain (+1, +2, +3 ... and the other way around -1, -2, -3 ...).
excellent value for money.
With experience may take the model I outline pro ... More buttons ....
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Sebastien GoyetSebastien Goyet

Contour Design ShuttleXpressPublished on 03/20/07 at 05:33
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
I use it for 6 months to control Logic Pro 7 and iMovie is class!

So it's a jog / shuttle that simply plugs into USB-compatible Mac (PPC or Intel), you just set yourself commands for more flexibility, but once done can not be without it!

Very cheap (50 €), so I would definitely do it again this election. I just wanted to find the white model so that it matches the Mac, but the details ...

I put only 9 because the config is still not super clear ...
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xplane93xplane93

Contour Design ShuttleXpressPublished on 06/06/07 at 09:38
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Bought around 6 months ago, available in black or white.
I like the ease of use (once programmed buttons!)
It comes with many pre-configs
I have a powermatt, less complete.
I use it with cubase and Final Cut Express (video)
it is wide, 110mm diameter
it is domed, 28mm high at the top.
The handling is very good, I am the most important
the palm occurs naturally on the table, and touch the 5 buttons.
A shuttle, jog a 360 ° rotation (rotation infinite).
It can be used alone or with other ShuttleXpress or Shuttle Pro.
7 speeds possible and five programmable buttons.
We can combine several in string.
For a price of around € 50 to 1 / 6 / 2007.
This is the ideal...…
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Bought around 6 months ago, available in black or white.
I like the ease of use (once programmed buttons!)
It comes with many pre-configs
I have a powermatt, less complete.
I use it with cubase and Final Cut Express (video)
it is wide, 110mm diameter
it is domed, 28mm high at the top.
The handling is very good, I am the most important
the palm occurs naturally on the table, and touch the 5 buttons.
A shuttle, jog a 360 ° rotation (rotation infinite).
It can be used alone or with other ShuttleXpress or Shuttle Pro.
7 speeds possible and five programmable buttons.
We can combine several in string.
For a price of around € 50 to 1 / 6 / 2007.
This is the ideal choice (value for money) to control music software or video editing.
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  • Manufacturer: Contour Design
  • Model: ShuttleXpress
  • Category: Other MIDI Controllers
  • Added in our database on: 03/19/2007

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Other names: shuttlexpress, shuttle xpress

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