FaderPort Officially Works With Logic

Presonus release drivers for Logic Pro and Logic Express versions 7 or later      02/05/08

FaderPort Officially Works With Logic


Announced back in March as a Beta release, Presonus has now announced the official public release of the FaderPort native driver for Logic Pro and Logic Express versions 7 or later.
The new functionality includes mix/edit/transport window view, write and latch automation as well as improved performance.
The FaderPort is a desktop USB automation and transport controller for computer recording that, say Presonus, puts the feel, vibe, and efficiency back into music recording and production. The FaderPort is loaded with a high-quality 100mm touch-sensitive motorized long throw fader to give the user the feel needed for recording perfect fades and writing automation.
The FaderPort also provides complete transport control to quickly and efficiently work in any digital audio workstation. In addition to the new Logic native driver, the FaderPort has native drivers for Pro Tools, Sonar, Cubase, Nuendo and Digital Performer. The FaderPort is compatible in both Windows XP/Vista and Mac Tiger/Leopard operating systems.
FaderPort Features:
  • Touch sensitive, 100mm long throw motorized fader
  • Dual-servo drive belt motor design for fast and smooth operation
  • 1024 steps of resolution
  • Pan control, mute, solo, record enable
  • Footswitch jack for hands-free punch in/out
  • Compatible with all major recording software including Pro Tools, Cubase, Nuendo, Logic, and more
Pricing and Availability:
The FaderPort drivers are available now on the PreSonus website along with ongoing updates and support. More information:



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