Some time ago, I sold my Crane Song Avocet (which was awesome). I was doing less and less music work and more and more electronics, so it was time to simplify. I built a very simple completely passive monitor controller with just the bare minimum features. It was just for me, so it was not pretty but functional. It has a stepped attenuator, polarity, L& R mutes and Mono.
Would this have a layer System?
More than 8 Channels,
Also I wanted know,
If I have a Audio Track, Could this MIDI Controller, Have Volume controls in the DAW?
Is it possible to use an Yamaha MG10XU as a controller for logic pro?
If so, can someone tell me how can i configure it a MacBookPro mid 2011?
Thanks in advance!
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Today I recieved my MoCo, a monitor controller from the German manufacturer Esi. It is passive and can handle two stereo sources and two pairs of monitors.
It sounds very neutral, and is extremely quiet. It also has L/R swap functionality, mute and mono. Two things to consider: it has no status lights whatsoever and the housing is made of sturdy plastic.
Right now, I'm DM d-box as monitor controller.
I love d-box. I think that for that money is a stunning device!
I've been doing some test with it to check the quality of its DA.
- On one case I use d-box's DA (receiving HEDD's AES output)
Could anyone advise if it's possible to set up a midi controller in this way.
I currently have a Alesis VI49 it has 12 knobs at the top which I have mapped, first set of 6 controls tracks 1-6 volume & and second set of 6 controls tracks one 1-6 pan.
What I'm after is a way of shifting banks set so I can map volume and pan for tracks 7 - 12 and so on.
I'm using reaper if it's something DAW specific. Any help would be much appreciated.
Go easy I'm new to midi