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  • Doepfer Pocket DialPublished on 07/18/03 at 07:02
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    Good jme got started two months ago for the Doepfer pocket dial after some hesitation Drehbank with the model, but still with Doepfer ki was a bit pricey (I think 400euros) and is a lil survey of controllers affordable ... and well! it's worth it! for 250euros, 16 knobs quality, and "endless wheels", so it will turn to the left or right by sending a signal on (-1 or +1) port afternoon, so that you can controller 16 knobs corresponding to 16 effects in a sequencer for example, a switch on the 4 presets accessible directly (buttons top left) and 16 other effects controller, return to the previous, etc.. So in fact we controlled 4x16 = 64 virtual knobs (with only 16 physical knobs so) .........
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    Good jme got started two months ago for the Doepfer pocket dial after some hesitation Drehbank with the model, but still with Doepfer ki was a bit pricey (I think 400euros) and is a lil survey of controllers affordable ... and well! it's worth it! for 250euros, 16 knobs quality, and "endless wheels", so it will turn to the left or right by sending a signal on (-1 or +1) port afternoon, so that you can controller 16 knobs corresponding to 16 effects in a sequencer for example, a switch on the 4 presets accessible directly (buttons top left) and 16 other effects controller, return to the previous, etc.. So in fact we controlled 4x16 = 64 virtual knobs (with only 16 physical knobs so) ... equivalent to the Doepfer Drehbank (64 knobs), and takes up less space, but does involve some intellectual memory to remember what the buttons are well well ... This is precisely the pb ki ... but being super-organized and writing little you should be fine ... However, great price / quality ratio and ideal for use FruityLoops genre, etc ... DUB good perspective!
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  • Doepfer Pocket DialPublished on 01/03/04 at 09:10
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    Used for two years now, always with great plaisr!
    particularity: infinite encoders, which means that there is not a "jump" in the transmision give
    Frankly, trying an APRS PhatBoy a biststream (v1), I came back because my Pocket Dial: cheap, sturdy, practical design for the software I use
    Report quality price: excellent!
    Well yes I would do this choice, by the way is my deuxime so ...
  • Doepfer Pocket DialPublished on 05/07/07 at 12:58
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    -From now, I use it with Audiomulch (on nickel) and then try Pure Data (must type the correct patch MIDI)
    -That is the real tough! we feel that it was thought to real live situations, transport etc ... it changes the Behringers, evolution and other all plastoc.
    + + You plug it work
    16 knobs "endless" (mega-resistant) convertible into 64 knobs
    size (a laptop, a pocket Dopf dial, cable, and presto you're going to live with just your backpack)
    ability to chain
    -It's been that I look, compare and see the "machines" of the musicians with whom I play ... well there I'm happy: no prob latency, everything works direct.
    Ben-the quality / price is more than good for me. I bought € 97......
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    -From now, I use it with Audiomulch (on nickel) and then try Pure Data (must type the correct patch MIDI)
    -That is the real tough! we feel that it was thought to real live situations, transport etc ... it changes the Behringers, evolution and other all plastoc.
    + + You plug it work
    16 knobs "endless" (mega-resistant) convertible into 64 knobs
    size (a laptop, a pocket Dopf dial, cable, and presto you're going to live with just your backpack)
    ability to chain
    -It's been that I look, compare and see the "machines" of the musicians with whom I play ... well there I'm happy: no prob latency, everything works direct.
    Ben-the quality / price is more than good for me. I bought € 97 with shipping !!!!!!!! from London
    I found at first glance it's a great machine ... but I want to build my own MIDI boxes (I know too the difference in price)

    In any case, it's worth it if you want to use intensive ... and since I'm sick of plastoc, at least it changes the fingers to have something you got in hand, not a knob you have left between the fingers
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