A new multitouch controller for iPad
Manus.m, an Austrian developer, introduces on the AppStore the new m.phase DAW Remote multitouch controller app.
The m.phase DAW Remote app allows for controlling from your iPad, the main features of the most popular DAWs on Mac and PC (Pro Tools, Logic, Cubase, Nuendo, Live, Reaper, Studio One…) in real time via the Mackie Control, HUI and Mac MIDI Network protocoles (rtpMIDI is required on Windows).
The difference between the other remote control iOS apps already available is that the GUI doesn’t feature a reproduction of the mixer with sliders, channel and buttons. Instead, you get two large color spheres and smaller objects that will help you control the levels, channels, pans… of up to two channels simultaneously, using your two hands and multitouch gestures. The developers says that m.phase DAW Remote design allows you to control your DAW without having to look at the tablet screen.
Here are some of the features available:
- Simultaneous control of two tracks
- Track volume and pan control with clipping indicators
- Channel link
- Transport controls
- Multitouch sensitivity adjustment
- Color assignment to the channels
- Auto lock feature
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