Some time ago, I sold my Cranesong 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.
I was able to experiences this extended start up the first time I turned it on, I counted 7 clicks, but it did start. I turned it off and back on, and it took three clicks to boot.
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!
The MPC Software main page.
The new features in 2.2
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)