PreSonus FaderPort controller - $80 + ship

about 4 years ago
PreSonus FaderPort controller - $80 + ship
Price
$80.00
Brand
Other
Seller
John Wilson
Available on
Steel Guitar Forum
Location
Ventura, California, USA
Description

Light use in my project studio. Works perfectly; latest drivers available as download.
MOTORIZED FADER - Way Cool! Works with Pro-Tools, Reaper, Sonar - any DAW.
Review here: http://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/FaderPort?adpos=1o1&creative=55226083081&device=c&matchtype=&network=g&gclid=CJHW6IHD7ssCFUKUfgodbhQJfg
PreSonus offers up the revolutionary FaderPort controller. This desktop USB/MIDI controller for computer recording allows you to write single-channel and group-channel fader automation along with complete transport control.
The FaderPort is loaded with a high-quality motorized long-throw fader to give you the feel needed for recording perfect fades and writing automation. A footswitch jack is also included on the FaderPort for hands-free punch in/out during recording. The FaderPort works with any Mac or Windows based recording software including Pro Tools, Cubase, Nuendo, SONAR 6, and Logic.
PreSonus FaderPort Features:
Mouse-free music production
Complete recording transport control
Smooth, long throw motorized fader
Write single channel or group channel automation
Pan control, mute, solo, record enable
Quick window selection (edit, mix, transport)
Footswitch jack for hands free punch in/out
Compatible with all major Mac and Windows recording software including Pro Tools, Cubase, Nuendo, and Logic, with more coming soon
Tech Specs
Type Audio Mixer
Faders 1 x 100mm (Motorized)
Number of Knobs 1
Knob Type Rotary encoder
Number of Soft Keys 24 dedicated soft keys
Transport Controls Yes
Computer Connectivity USB
MIDI I/O USB
Control I/O Footswitch input
Height 1.75"
Depth 7"
Width 5.25"
Weight 1 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number FADERPORT
tAGS: Pro-Tools, Reaper, Sonar, DAW,RECORDING, STUDIO, PROJECT, MIXER._________________Customer:
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