Control Surfaces

Anyone here use a good control surface? I started off with a Korg Nanocontrol and while it was cool, it’s very limited on what you can do with it. I still use it in my vocal booth if I’m by myself just to start, stop and arm tracks, but because of it’s lack of major features, that’s about all I use it for. Though, to be honest, for the price, it’s a good little device.

I now have a FaderPort 8 (which is seamlessly integrated with Studio One Pro) and absolutely love it. It’s so much easier to use that than to use the mouse to make adjustments.

What other control surfaces do you use?

Hi. I have and use NI Maschine mkII, Softube Console, AKAI MPK25 and a Tascam FW1884 (in HUI, or Native mode in Cakewalk by Bandlab).
I mainly use Studio One 4 Pro (with Cakewalk by Bandlab as my 2nd DAW), and all of the above integrate nicely.
I use the 1884 as a controller with faders and start/stop/ff/rew.
The Console 1 is the thing I use most of them all, and I so wish for Waves to integrate into Console 1.
The Maschine and MPK 25 (very few DAW presets) are used mostly as playable controllers, and the knobs are only used occationally.
All the best.

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I have the iPad as a control surface for long now :smile: Upgraded to the Pro and it gets even better .
Please try it out
My DAW Logic Pro X

Hi. I use an iPad as a remote control for Studio One when singing. Have it on the mic stand, and just hit record from where I stand. Works like a charm :sunglasses: Even works on Android :+1:
All the best

I also have an Alesis DM6 USB, which is more of an instrument, than a controller…

I live in hope that Waves will rake on Console One with their own device. Perhaps make it expandable with some optional SoundGrid DSP cards and have it work rather nicely with their channel strip plugins. preferably without the need of StudioRack.

Make me a job offer Wqves, I’ll help you develop and market it!! :upside_down_face:

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