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  • AerodrinkAerodrink

    A bit expensive for a controller, but the accuracy at a price

    Kenton Killamix MiniPublished on 08/06/13 at 12:07
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I've had a lot of controllers (Akai, Novation, etc..), This one stands out of the lot by the precision step mode. Ideal for varying leeeeentement a cutoff frequency of filter, for example (on my E-Mu Platinum, it took at least that ;))
  • XiuhtecuhtliXiuhtecuhtli

    relatively strong and specific

    Kenton Killamix MiniPublished on 07/25/13 at 08:55
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I use it for 2 years
    -I have tried many controllers (edirol pcr 500, Alesis Photon, microkorg, korg nano 2, E-mu x25, 33 uc e-volution)

    + I appreciate the feedback thanks to LEDs, the 16 MIDI channels changeable by pressing the knobs.

    - I do not like vagueness when the button is running (even in the "speed dial")

    Cheros still a little but it's still indestructible, super quality, ca play its role to manipulate or other plugins)
  • Nukta v3.0Nukta v3.0

    Kenton Killamix MiniPublished on 06/12/07 at 10:05
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Few days of use but enough to be toured

    I work on Ableton and I'm only the live
    I love the precision of pottards (which are notched, flexible and not slippery) very useful for mixing tracks. They are endless ===> recall of preset values ​​for each
    They detect the speed at which you turn a pottard (who plays on the value of course)
    one touch can change a preset

    The top buttons are programmable and they are also sending NRPN

    The joystick is an advantage for me to use that I would have preferred that he did not refocus. A change of guard the last preset values ​​of the joystick

    It is small, all hands on but also robust and elegant in her beautiful dress of brushed aluminum

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    Few days of use but enough to be toured

    I work on Ableton and I'm only the live
    I love the precision of pottards (which are notched, flexible and not slippery) very useful for mixing tracks. They are endless ===> recall of preset values ​​for each
    They detect the speed at which you turn a pottard (who plays on the value of course)
    one touch can change a preset

    The top buttons are programmable and they are also sending NRPN

    The joystick is an advantage for me to use that I would have preferred that he did not refocus. A change of guard the last preset values ​​of the joystick

    It is small, all hands on but also robust and elegant in her beautiful dress of brushed aluminum

    A screen was welcome but would have small LED above the preset pottards are reminiscent of what used

    After a UC-33 evolution of a BITSTREAM PRO waveidea and BCR2000 to Berhinger I am the happy owner of this small KENTON, which certainly has a price debatable.

    difficult to judge the value for money in qq days but if he does his time, which would not surprise me, I do not mind putting that price.
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  • Crasse maximumCrasse maximum

    Small but tough

    Kenton Killamix MiniPublished on 07/11/11 at 18:38
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    - How long have you use it?
    For 10 months.

    - Have you tried many other models before buying it?
    No.

    - What is so special that you like most and least?
    The setup! The behavior of each button can be set, is only mode, the button sends 127 when pressed, mode On / Off button 127 sends when it is pressed and 0 when released, and Toggle mode, the button sends 127 and 0 in successive pressure. Even better, the button 1 on page 1 can be configured differently than the button 1 on page 2. In short, this is only a glimpse of the possibilities. Please note, the manual is essential to the settings because the values ​​are indicated by LEDs.

    - How would you rate the quality / price?
    The…
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    - How long have you use it?
    For 10 months.

    - Have you tried many other models before buying it?
    No.

    - What is so special that you like most and least?
    The setup! The behavior of each button can be set, is only mode, the button sends 127 when pressed, mode On / Off button 127 sends when it is pressed and 0 when released, and Toggle mode, the button sends 127 and 0 in successive pressure. Even better, the button 1 on page 1 can be configured differently than the button 1 on page 2. In short, this is only a glimpse of the possibilities. Please note, the manual is essential to the settings because the values ​​are indicated by LEDs.

    - How would you rate the quality / price?
    The price can seem high enough for a controller 9 knobs, 9 buttons and a joystique but the possibilities of settings, compactness, accuracy and finish of the gadget are the price / quality ratio seems very good.

    - With experience, you do again this choice?
    Again!
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  • TripyTripy

    Kenton Killamix MiniPublished on 02/25/09 at 14:36
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Reu in the day, test a few hours.

    Super nice, superb production, with a real level of finish, ultra Lger.

    He joins: a edirol PCR and Bitstream 3X.

    190euros bought second hand + 10 euros shipping costs: it is certainly a controller which can be considerably BLING BLING for 9 pots endless, but they are actually 144 + push buttons + joystick ...

    Yes I would do this election, more intuitive than the bitstream, so much better finish, a few hundred grams, I like both, for reasons Different. An ultra efficient and intuitive mobile + a Soviet war machine (bitstream) is complete.

    Basically, I just pass it, and I will not let go of him
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    Reu in the day, test a few hours.

    Super nice, superb production, with a real level of finish, ultra Lger.

    He joins: a edirol PCR and Bitstream 3X.

    190euros bought second hand + 10 euros shipping costs: it is certainly a controller which can be considerably BLING BLING for 9 pots endless, but they are actually 144 + push buttons + joystick ...

    Yes I would do this election, more intuitive than the bitstream, so much better finish, a few hundred grams, I like both, for reasons Different. An ultra efficient and intuitive mobile + a Soviet war machine (bitstream) is complete.

    Basically, I just pass it, and I will not let go of him
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