Control Digital Performer With FaderPort

PreSonus adds Digital Performer support for FaderPort single fader controller      19/02/07
Control Digital Performer With FaderPort


PreSonus has announced Digital Performer support for the FaderPort USB Automation and Transport Controller.
The FaderPort is the first of its kind, a single fader controller that can write single and group channel volume, pan and mute automation. The FaderPort is loaded with an ultra-high quality Alps fader found in professional control surfaces including DigiDesign’s D-Command. The fader in the FaderPort utilizes a dual-servo motorized drive belt system for fast-acting, accurate, and smooth operation. The FaderPort's 100mm long throw fader delivers 1024-step resolution for writing ultra-fine and accurate fades and adjustments.
The FaderPort ($229 MSRP) has been shipping since November 2006 and is currently compatible with Pro Tools, Cubase, Nuendo, Logic Pro, Sonar and now Digital Performer.
FaderPort Features:
  • High-quality Alps fader
  • Touch sensitive, 100mm long throw motorized fader
  • Dual-servo drive belt motor design for fast and smooth operation
  • Write single or group channel volume automation
  • Write pan and mute automation
  • 1024 steps of resolution
  • Complete recording transport control
  • Pan control, mute, solo, record enable
  • Quick window selection (edit, mix, transport)
  • Rugged metal top plate
  • Rugged military-grade push buttons
  • Footswitch jack for hands free punch in/out
  • Compatible with all major recording software including Pro Tools, Cubase, Nuendo, Logic, Sonar and Digital Performer
  • Mac and Windows compatible
Pricing and Availability:
The FaderPort is available for $229 MSRP More information:
  • www.presonus.com

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