Behringer x-touch compact – Apple Community.Behringer X-Touch & X-Touch Compact
Он поднял телефонную трубку и набрал номер круглосуточно включенного мобильника Джаббы. ГЛАВА 45 Дэвид Беккер бесцельно брел по авенида дель Сид, тщетно пытаясь собраться с мыслями. На брусчатке под ногами мелькали смутные тени, водка еще не выветрилась из головы.
Все происходящее напомнило ему нечеткую фотографию. Мысли его то и дело возвращались к Сьюзан: он надеялся, что она уже прослушала его голос на автоответчике.
Behringer X-Touch Compact – Thomann UK
Пока этого, по-видимому, не случилось: цифра 16 в окне отсчета часов заставила бы его завопить от изумления. Сьюзан допивала уже третью чашку чая, когда это наконец произошло: компьютер пискнул. Пульс ее участился.
One moment, please.Considering X-touch One to use with Logic Pro X – replace.me
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Learn more how customers reviews work on Amazon. Images in this review. Reviews with images. See all customer images. Top reviews Most recent Top reviews. Top reviews from the United States. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Verified Purchase. As a Studio One user, I find that it helps tremendously with my workflow. While it may not have the scribble strips, all you need to do is to highlight a channel and scroll until you find the channel and you\’re there!
While it may not have all of the functionality that the Presonus controller has, you also spend half the money and for me, the Behringer does all that I need it to do and I would highly recommend this controller for anyone on a budget!
Had high hopes for the X-Touch Compact, but Disappointed. It\’s decent peace of hardware, but the way it programmed is weird. There are some problems I stuck trying using it in MC mode: 1.
There is no way to switch between EQ bands in chanel EQ mode. So you would be able to control only 2 out of 8 bands. Forget about those, they are just buttons. I was really disappointed because of that. One of the reasons I bought this thing is 8 extra encoders on the side. And they are not working. No editor software for MAC. After 2 years. Really, look at Behringer forum, there are many people complaining about that. If you switch x-touch compact to general mode non-Mackie , then all encoders work.
But it is real pain in the b However, there is no Mac OS editor available — only Windows. Checking online, there have been complaints about no Mac software since Otherwise, it\’s well built and substantial and is partially functioning. I am returning this I think its pretty awesome how the control panel moves on its on to a song you saved. Love technology! I easily set it up in Cubase and it has worked beautifully! If I knew more about midi I could probably setup the few knobs that don\’t do anything yet in Cubase.
But what does work, faders, solo, mute, arm record, etc are more than enough to take the pressure off of my ailing, aging mousing hands It\’s everything it says it is. I\’m actually using it as a MIDI controller for lighting software because no lighting vendor makes a system with smart sliders which blows my mind.
Anyway, I really like this controller, and it\’s pretty affordable considering what you\’re getting. I really wanted to like this controller. But I thought that it must work well with Logic Pro. That is a yes and no.
It connect to Logic with no issues. But the use of the MC mode controller is so poorly documented I was having trouble deciphering what message where being sent. Issues I had included 1. I did find a way to adjust the amplitude for all of the bands but not the frequency or width of the bands. But my main complaint is that I wanted to use this as a controller for my Behringer x air 12 mixer through a MIDI channel.
Without being able to change the controller values this was impossible. The default mini controls are sent across all channels so when adjusting the fader for the first input which actually points to the fader 2 on the mixer it would not only send the fader value but it would also send the MUTE signal. Works as advertised. Probably not as flexible as it could be. One person found this helpful. See all reviews. Top reviews from other countries. Translate all reviews to English. Avevo bisogno di una console per effettuare i mix senza dover andare su prodotti di fascia molto alta.
Report abuse Translate review to English. The media could not be loaded. Report abuse. Non sono un musicista e di musica non so niente: ho acquistato questa interfaccia MIDI da collegare al computer per lo sviluppo di fotografie tramite l\’applicazione Adobe Lightroom.
E\’ anche possibile assegnare ai vari tasti differenti presets. Da quando la utilizzo al posto del mouse, e dopo un po\’ di pratica , ho ridotto sensibilmente i tempi di editing delle foto.
Non proprio a buon mercato, ma per uso professionale vale sicuramente la spesa. Translate review to English. I like it for the most part but 6 of the encoders in the bank don\’t work as anything more then a button? Don\’t send any midi data when turning. Very annoying also the knobs have a lot of play and feel cheap. Everything else however is very nicem really like the faders and rubber buttons works well for what I\’m doing just too bad about the rotary knobs. Your recently viewed items and featured recommendations.
Back to top. Get to Know Us. Make Money with Us. Amazon Payment Products. Let Us Help You. What I found was that I almost never used all 9 faders.
For me, 8 channels were pretty much useless as it was too few to hold an entire mix and bank switching just led to too much time squinting at the MCU trying to figure out what was where.
If I had 24 or more channels I might have made it work but 8 was not cutting it. Sometimes I would make 8 VCA\’s and lock those to the MCU so that it would be kind of useful for late stage mix tweaks but really it always ended up easier to use a trackpad to do my levels and pans on the screen.
What I did use however, were the transport functions, the zoom functions and the jog wheel as well as using 1 fader to write automation. And that pretty much describes the X-Touch one. I don\’t know if I\’ll personally go for one as I have kind of made my peace with trackpad and keyboard in order to work comfortably in other rooms but if I do get another controller the X-Touch seems like my personal sweet spot.
Excellent inputs Sir! The X-Touch one might be just perfect for my needs in the end. I did owned an MCU many years ago and never used it that much because of the learning curve and finally sold it. But now I have more time to spend on learning a control surface and I also have way more know how with Logic. Very efficient for tracking. For mixing, I re-installed my Korg nanoKontrol2 that was collecting dust and to my surprise, it does what I need to do pretty quickly.
And for shortcuts my iPad Logic Remote is very handy. I took also the time to setup a 16 channels Logic template. I do miss a real fader and a jog wheel but not that much, right now anyway. So, now, I have a fast and functionnal setup! It\’s crazy to realize that often, we have all that we need, hanging around!
All we have to do is take the time to learn how our things work! Thanks for your reply Sir. Ya I think the very first thing I tried to do with my Mackie then was to try control the different plugins parameters doing trials and errors without ever taking the time to RTFM!
Shame on me. Back to the X-Touch, the X-Touch one, for simple selected channel strip operations seems very pleasant to use but rather limited. If only it could controle the sends So the X-Touch is still on my wish list. Sorry to back up here, but the X-Touch ONE seems to have conflicting reports on its ability to write automation.
I\’m in a similar situation in that I really don\’t need control over 24 tracks, but the one thing I\’m keen on is having something tactile to write automation with and not just volume automation.
The X-Touch One price has dropped a lot. For users of any control surface chapters 1, 2, and 3 are important to know. Follow those chapters with the device specific chapters – in this case chapter 4 – \”Mackie Control\” – which the X-Touch emulates convincingly. The other interesting chapter is \”Euphonix devices\” – essentially now Avid control surfaces and devices. Sticking with Mackie Control which behaves reasonably well in all my DAWs, and happily controls my Behringer digital mixer – XR18 – one button push swaps between mixer and Logic.
Handy, handy, handy. So for plugin automation, I\’d agree with the post above, save up and get the X-Touch. Is there a consensus suggestion for plugin control?
Man, I wish Logic would release a control surface. Works so well