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" Very satisfied"

Neyrinck V-Control ProPublished on 10/31/11 at 20:27
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The software installation was simple but I encountered a few glitches that I solved by reading their FAQ on their site. Before purchasing this software I checked the app IC Steinberg Cubase working with my setup to not have surprises Wifi side.

I work with Cubase 5.5 on Windows 7 64bit and an iPad 2. I tried TouchOSC just before but I could not get it to work, too many settings, you had to use Pure Data and noon Yoke and I catch nothing this stuff.

By following the steps many of the manual and the FAQ of the publisher's site, V-Control installs easily enough, I had to download a redistributable Microsoft and disable the Bluetooth option in the iPad and it worked well .dropoff......
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The software installation was simple but I encountered a few glitches that I solved by reading their FAQ on their site. Before purchasing this software I checked the app IC Steinberg Cubase working with my setup to not have surprises Wifi side.

I work with Cubase 5.5 on Windows 7 64bit and an iPad 2. I tried TouchOSC just before but I could not get it to work, too many settings, you had to use Pure Data and noon Yoke and I catch nothing this stuff.

By following the steps many of the manual and the FAQ of the publisher's site, V-Control installs easily enough, I had to download a redistributable Microsoft and disable the Bluetooth option in the iPad and it worked well .dropoff window

The connection ipad / PC is done by wifi and it works pretty well, it's quite responsive ipad well cubase driver and changes in cubase are well reflected in the iPad.

V-control essentiellemnt allows to control the mixer in Cubase, transport fontions, automation, inserts, EQ, send etc. The only downside is that v-control protocol uses the Hui and it is not very practical especially for controlling plugins but doable although the accuracy leaves something to be desired. In terms of automation of the faders is quite responsive, precise touch and responds well, but I have to get used to working with the touch screen of the iPad. As against the pan are not super accurate, I do not see me do a whole mix with it alone, rather it comes in addition to keyboard and mouse.

Overall this app includes the functionality of a BCF 2000 Mackie control mode but with a little more ease. This is a very good alternative to a hardware controller or the Alphatrack BCF type, that is not perfect, I hope there will be improvements on the implementation of certain functions, but it is fairly comprehensive, it works rather well and the wireless side is quite convenient.

Cheap but compared to the price of a real controller, it's not that expensive, and I think it's better than BCF 2000 (touch automation features dedicated to Cubase). The version for Protools looks a little more successful than Cubase however.
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" Very satisfied"

Neyrinck V-Control ProPublished on 10/31/11 at 20:27
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Software installation was simple but I encountered a few glitches that I solved by reading their FAQ on their site. Before purchasing this software I checked that the application of IC Steinberg Cubase worked with my installation to avoid unpleasant surprises next Wifi.

I work with Cubase 5.5 on Windows 7 64bit and ipad 2. I tried TouchOSC just before but I could not get it to work, too many settings you had to use Pure Data and MIDI Yoke and I pick up nothing to this stuff.

Along with the steps of the manual and the FAQ site of the publisher, V-Control installs easily, I had to download a redistributable from Microsoft and disable Bluetooth in the IPAD and it worked well .

The......
Read more
Software installation was simple but I encountered a few glitches that I solved by reading their FAQ on their site. Before purchasing this software I checked that the application of IC Steinberg Cubase worked with my installation to avoid unpleasant surprises next Wifi.

I work with Cubase 5.5 on Windows 7 64bit and ipad 2. I tried TouchOSC just before but I could not get it to work, too many settings you had to use Pure Data and MIDI Yoke and I pick up nothing to this stuff.

Along with the steps of the manual and the FAQ site of the publisher, V-Control installs easily, I had to download a redistributable from Microsoft and disable Bluetooth in the IPAD and it worked well .

The link ipad / PC is done by wifi and it works pretty well, it's pretty responsive ipad good driver cubase and cubase changes are reflected in the IPAD.

V-control essentiellemnt allows to control the mixer in Cubase, the fontions transportation, automation, inserts, EQ, etc. send. The only downside is that v-control Hui uses the protocol and it's not particularly convenient to control the plugins but it is feasible that the accuracy leaves something to be desired. In terms of automation of faders, it's pretty responsive, accurate and meets the touch, but I have to get used to working with the touch screen of IPAD. As against the pan are not super accurate, I do not see myself doing a whole mix with it alone, rather it comes in addition to the keyboard and mouse.

Overall this application uses the functionality of a BCF 2000 in Mackie Control mode but with a little more user-friendly. This is a great alternative to a hardware controller type AlphaTrack or BCF is not perfect, I hope there will be improvements on the implementation of certain functions, but it is fairly comprehensive, it works rather well and the wireless side is quite convenient.

Not cheap but compared to the price of a real controller, it's not that expensive, and I think it's better than BCF 2000 (touch automation features for Cubase). The version for Protools looks a little more successful than that for Cubase though.
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  • Manufacturer: Neyrinck
  • Model: V-Control Pro
  • Category: OSC / MIDI controllers for iPhone / iPod Touch / iPad
  • Added in our database on: 11/15/2010

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