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Old 10-06-2017, 06:41 PM
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Default Control Surfaces advice

It's time I begin integrating a hands-on-nobs approach. I'm new to the control surface aspect, but I know enough to realize the new world of potential that control surfaces offer.

I have heard good things about two control surfaces: Q Con Pro X and the Mackie Pro. Although, I know there are more.

My interest is using the control surface(s) for automation during midi production as well as an overall/concluding mix. I'm also interested in an option to add extensions.

DP is wonderful. However, Cubase has been calling to me. With that in mind, perhaps you could as well consider I'll be using a PC running Cubase. I have a Mac Pro but I'm going all in with PC as far as sample libraries are concerned. Again, I mention that in the event it will have any effect on your advice.

I know you, JSpencer are a strong advocate for Cubase. Any tips from you or other long (or short) time users of Cubase is much appreciated, as well.

So it seems this thread introduction began general and now has funneled into something a bit more specific. I apologize for that. Still, I (and others I'm sure) will benefit from your technical wisdom. Please share.

MAC HOST 2.8 GHz Quad-Core Intel Xeon; Memory 32 GB OSX Ver 10.7.5
PC SLAVE: ASUS Sabertooth X79 ATX Intel Motherboard; Intel Core i7-4730K 3.2GHz Six-Core Desktop Processor; CORSAIR Vengeance 64GB Ram (8 x 8GB); Corsair Obsidian Series 900D CC-9011022--WW Black Computer Case; Steinberg UR22

SAMPLE LIBRARIES: Hollywood Diamond libraries of Strings, Brass, Woodwinds and Percussion, Symphonic Orchestra, Pianos Platinum, Symphonic Choirs, RA

automation, control surface, cubase, hardware, mixing

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