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Kenton Control Freak LivePublished on 04/12/13 at 22:29
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CV and midi controller.
8 knobs turning switch 16 (a felt pad under each knob turning, not use it and it makes the platinum hit nicer). 8 switch parameterization.
Painted steel case silkscreened very well made (made in britain).
I have no memory of the number of different potentiometer that can create, but it is big enough.
Of memory, 64 editable programs 100%

This controller is a gas plant. You can program the control own MIDI (not all but only the cc line noon that goes with it). We can parameterize the behavior of switches separately, eg the first pressure is on, the second pressure is off, or the first pressure action, 2nd pressure another action, 3rd pressure another...…
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CV and midi controller.
8 knobs turning switch 16 (a felt pad under each knob turning, not use it and it makes the platinum hit nicer). 8 switch parameterization.
Painted steel case silkscreened very well made (made in britain).
I have no memory of the number of different potentiometer that can create, but it is big enough.
Of memory, 64 editable programs 100%

This controller is a gas plant. You can program the control own MIDI (not all but only the cc line noon that goes with it). We can parameterize the behavior of switches separately, eg the first pressure is on, the second pressure is off, or the first pressure action, 2nd pressure another action, 3rd pressure another action.

Must master to know the MIDI program (and even in there knowing it breaks a little head saw all the possibilities of the machine). Otherwise there are programs already loaded by a publisher.

Apart from a few switch starting to tire the animal is robust and ages well.

It is probably exceeded in relation to the current controllers (more ergonomic) but it is still usable today. I'm pretty served to control ableton live.

VU capabilities that tools I do not separate (useful for old synth knobs without such TX81Z or microwave)
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deuddeud

Kenton Control Freak LivePublished on 08/17/07 at 11:21
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Well as no one talks about the controller, I'll take care of.

APRS while just over six months of use, I can say that this machine is gniale, she can do anything.

I have not tried many other controllers, but I know that many are limits, such as sending sysex (the behringer Without naming names) and are not forcment practice (edition pc).

I love it for its simplicity and efficiency. The screen is ultra convenient and the edition of 64 profiles is perfectly possible.
A host of features ultra-convenient to drive any type of hardware and tools, software or hardware.
It also gre resumes but I do not use it again.
Whether sysex, DC, NRPN, note, program change, song position, ......…
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Well as no one talks about the controller, I'll take care of.

APRS while just over six months of use, I can say that this machine is gniale, she can do anything.

I have not tried many other controllers, but I know that many are limits, such as sending sysex (the behringer Without naming names) and are not forcment practice (edition pc).

I love it for its simplicity and efficiency. The screen is ultra convenient and the edition of 64 profiles is perfectly possible.
A host of features ultra-convenient to drive any type of hardware and tools, software or hardware.
It also gre resumes but I do not use it again.
Whether sysex, DC, NRPN, note, program change, song position, ... (Visit the site to see its kenton CHARACTERISTICS) she was fine.
Many very practical functions such as managing the checksum and sending a variable number of encoded bytes Dfine.

This controller is robust, I got it secondhand for 190 euros and it runs like clockwork.
It allowed me to get out of difficult and complex situations by providing the cls of the problem.

I highly recommend this lil rcommande kenton, very pretty to see and so effective in the studio.
Other MIDI controllers can be better for the number of possible controls (buttons, knobs) and customization as the lemur, for example.

In short, for something more complex and powerful, while remaining as strong, will not have the same PORTFOLIO ...
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Kenton Control Freak LivePublished on 09/17/08 at 00:06
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Fully editable without pc, 2 x CV in 5v and there is a very good tester built twelve o'clock.
Kenton still selling enough to fix it.
If I find a MIDI and a tester cv noon I willing to part with it, I do not know if the controller plug and play is also configurable, when I can not get what I want I do not question the power controller
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  • Manufacturer: Kenton
  • Model: Control Freak Live
  • Category: Other MIDI Control Surfaces
  • Added in our database on: 09/28/2002

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