DAW Control is a wireless DAW(Digital Audio Workstation) software controller, especially optimized for Apple Logic® and Ableton Live®. DAW Control is compatible with both MAC and Windows. Support RETINA display for The New iPad. (iPad 3)
Daw Control has nice and fast interface. So you can enjoy the work without jerking or any delays.
It is support Logic Control and Mackie Control protocols.
Built-in presets for main layout:
Other software which supports the Mackie Control protocol will work with the "Default Mode"
Works without additional server software on OS X "Tiger" and above.
Also works on Windows XP, Vista, And 7 with solutions such as Tobias Erichsen's "rtpMIDI" driver.
Software which support Mackie Protocol:
MOTU's Digital Performer (v6.02 upwards)
Sony Vegas/Acid Pro
Presonus Studio One
Final Cut Pro
Fix of Edit CC/Properties
Ratings and Reviews
This app deserve mor attention.
I just bought an iPad Air to read books and to twist some mobile music production stuffs. I have been using Ableton for 3 years and I really wanted a controller mixer all time because I some time had a recording duty. Tweaking with mouse is really messy. I thought that if I buy an iPad I could try some controller app. I first found Touchable which is really expensive for some one doesn’t need all the control. Then I found LK it is really messing, I don’t know it just me or I really got confuse. Then I saw this app. I didn’t expect so much because if some interface look like old school or analog stuff it just happen to be trash. Then I downloaded this app. First time midi connecting is confusing me but not that much. Then when the app directly assign all you knobs and faders directly from my Ableton and I can directly control necessary knob and mixing right away I opened it, I’m just so happy now. What a worth for $3 app!. If some one is reading my review and if her/she is an Ableton user looking for mixer controller (not complete control) you came to the very right place.
The layout is one of The best I've seen. I like the transport controls in the lower right so that when I'm standing in front of a microphone in my recording room I can use my right hand to control the transport without blocking the rest of the screen… Something that I cannot do with Logic Remote.
Set up is easy and is very well described in the manual and was not daunting at all. It just works.
What I miss in this control surface is the ability to navigate by markers in Logic Pro. I know there's very little screen real estate left, but that would be a wish of mine. I would love to be able to use the fast forward and rewind buttons to advance or go back by marker.
App is crap, no customer service...
I had high hopes for this app when I first found it, but my hopes were soon dashed after I bought it. Where to start? Here are a few of the disappointments: when using the Ableton setup, the fader buttons don’t line up with 0 (unity gain). They are almost 4 dB off. The VUs on the faders are almost impossible to see. For some inexplicable reason when numbering the channel strips, they left the number 8 off of channel 8. And the topper? Zero customer service. I emailed them regarding these issues and received no reply. Glad it’s cheap because it’s a throw away.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.