SNAMM06: Presonus Show Off FaderPort

FaderPort motorized USB controller is now in production      16/07/06

SNAMM06: Presonus Show Off FaderPort


PreSonus Audio has been demonstrating the revolutionary new FaderPort controller in their booth at Summer NAMM. We have covered it before, but just to refresh your memories… the FaderPort is a desktop USB controller for computer recording 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 the user the feel needed for recording perfect fades and writing automation. A foot switch 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, Logic and more.
Features:
  • complete recording transport control
  • smooth, long throw touch sensitive 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 recording software including Pro Tools, Cubase, Nuendo, Sonar, Logic and more
  • Mac and Windows compatible
Price and Availability
    Available in stores this summer
More information:



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