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Wireless DAW Controller..its kool

Discussion in 'Recording' started by shezan, Apr 3, 2005.

  1. shezan

    shezan Guest

    hi guys there is a Wireless DAW controller which can access your software from within the range of 30.ft.... cubase pro tools logic..etc..... its for 200$ only...check that out...
    http://www.zzounds.com/item--FROTRANZPORT
    is it worth buying?...i need some reviews guys so that i will finally make up my mind... wht do you prefer...
     
  2. any blue-tooth wireless keyboard/mouse would do the same thing (also with a 30 foot range) ...plus give you lots more options (with a full keyboard vs the few buttons on the tranzport) - for quite a bit less than $200... but the tranzport is smaller. i don't think they're actually available yet though - so you might have a hard time getting opinions on them.
     
  3. frob

    frob Well-Known Member

    ive been loking at thise for the past year almost, and it affers way more options then any wireless mouse/keyboard. it has the ability to change track volumes and edit other paramiters on a per track basis, also it has a led screen that makes it far more usefull, and a hell of a lot less cumbersome.
     
  4. shezan

    shezan Guest

    frob...exactly you pointed the right option...
    I will definitly buy it..cuz i normaly when i record my own voice i have to set the mic in the control room... finally i can take that device in the booth and control the software from there... its really kool.... plus after the final mix i have an habbit of checking the sound from different part of my control room...i can do some balance from there as well...if i need to obsereve something for a while and can turn it back to normal to hear the difference i don't have to run back and forth again n again...
     
  5. frob

    frob Well-Known Member

    my only consern is that RF plays havoc with op amps. so be verry weary of interfeerance, also keep the transmitter away from your signal chain.
     

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