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Schapiro Audio, a new company based in California, launches Skillet, a new MIDI controller for your DAW and your plug-ins.

Skillet is a compact box featuring two joysticks with a 3-axis action (left/right, up/down and twist) to pan your tracks and automate your plug-ins. Two 100mm motorized faders are also included for volume automation for example, as well as a small 2.8” touch screen and multiple control buttons. A footswitch is even provided with a Touch Lockout function to manage the automation.

You can use Skillet to control up to 6 plug-in parameters at once, pan stereo track channels or two mono tracks, etc.

Skillet connects to your computer via USB 2.0 and works with any software supporting MIDI Learn on Mac OS X 10.7 and later. It was primarily developed for Pro Tools.

Skillet is available in two Stealth ($2349.99) or Bamboo ($2449.99) finishes. Discover this new controller a schapiroaudio.com.

 

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