Good product, it works easy for me greatly, very well designed simple and effective design
and it is motorized knob fuuuuck it's good. Can be controlled a large number of parameter
plug-in, EQ, group, automation and so on.
If you're like me, you'll love having physical side is not virtual and when you mix
we spend a lot less time taping the screen and caress her mouse: D
whatsoever on pc or mac
the small buttons and LED lights which gives more watching on the appliance
the display panel is easy to read and adjustable
All the ingredients sound occurs'll certainly been met more than one, for me it's done and I can not wait to get my extension to complete.
How long have you use it?
3 days and this is happiness
Have you tried many other models before buying it?
What is the particular feature you like best and least?
-First of all the price is to be accessible as compared to other MCU or Avid Artist Control V2
-Knobs, the motorized fader, transport buttons that helps a lot
-Extension available for the larger control surface
-Design, color machine, possibility of him stuck a sound card option
-Display setup and easy to read, good ergonomics, the knob and buttons his specific property
-Ability to work with multiple software (Logic Audio, Cubase, Pro Tools, Reason ...)
-Reduces the working time less eyestrain
-A real say not much only jogger knob and moving slightly annoying but not to the use
-Compartment for added sound card UMIX 1008 satelite would be better placed as pus at the back of the unit for example, which have left the top panel smoother and one pus aesthetic piece (a each one judge was only after all details)
How would you rate the quality / price?
Value for money for less than 600 €, nothing to say just good! Especially for kind of device with a max control for your favorite software
Sincerely ... are there other controllers with motorized fader with such good value for money?
Below, a € 200 we have a Behringer BCF 2000 without LCD screen, so we do not know what key unless you look at our screen at the same time. and more ca ultra noisy faders when they move
and above the price of the new iCon Qcon Pro was the Mackie Universal that are super expensive .. see worse the Avid Artist Mix to 1200 € (a killer by the way) ....
The brief was a controller worthy of the name for the right budget!
- 9 motorized faders (8 tracks + 1 Master)
- Fits extremely well depending on the software used (pre-programmed to do) - I use it with Cubase 6.5 64-bit, amazing!
- The faders are very quiet, good move! (I replaced the fader against by plastic with metal fader to be able to move by touching anywhere and not just on top as the origin, because yes it only move the human electrical contact, if if an object falling on accident, the fader automatically resets to its place)
- Several super convenient programmable buttons
- A jog, not too bad
- On each track: 1 rec, 1 solo, mute 1, 1 Selec (to select the track), one programmable button. + 1 Pan knob
Yes with the experience I remake this choice, because there is no other controller in the same price range .. or it is below and is deprived of vital functions is above and is immediately overpriced ...
Anyway for a home studio that I am, it suits me perfectly!
Only Downside may be, I have the old version, with a single large screen without the counter right.
faders on the new version of a move more smoothly through several servo controlling them against one only for the former.
and indicators on the level of the tracks to the right of each fader on the old nonexistent.