By VITALIY TARASYUK
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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
What's New in Version 1.3
-HUI / PRO TOOLS Preset
-Better knob reaction. (Also added Horizontal and Vertical mode)
-Small UI changes
-Fixed crashes which was some time when changing presets
-Other bug Fixes
Pretty Cool - Good Price
I have been quite happy with my purchase of this app. It connects well in my experience and has great options. I have not tried other Mackie emulators to compare but this one is solid for the price. My biggest complaint at this moment is the lack of options or settings for the device. I understand there isn’t much that really needs to change, but I am at least frustrated that I can not disable the clicking sound it makes when you press the button. I use an external interface with my iPad that serves other functions. This app is pretty much useless to use when i am working with my other audio apps because you hear a click with every press of a button. Its a minor thing in general, but people who use this also work in studios so it seems only like a practical idea to me to be able to disable sounds in the app. Overall though it is decent for the price you pay.
Works with Pro Tools 10
The developer has just added a HUI / Pro Tools preset and temporarily dropped the price with this newest update.
I downloaded and set up a wireless Mac OS CoreMidi connection, launched a Pro Tools session, and added the iPad as a new bi-directional controller as required.
The app works immediately as expected, with good wireless response and feedback in both directions between the iPad and Pro Tools UI. I think it's an excellent first release as a Pro Tools controller with the new preset; I'll look forward to UI updates, but there probably is not much to improve as the overall design is solid.
The app could really use a manual for deeper features, e.g. for adding and editing inserts from the iPad, and simple reference for all the controls. It also would be nice if the wheel can toggle between spring-loaded jog and shuttle modes, and if some generic function keys can be enabled in the HUI preset for showing / hiding additional windows. I've barely explored the app and may find that all these features exist (except the manual). If so, then I could easily justify a five star rating. Nice job overall.
Almost Perfect! Great Job
I'm a professional engineer and hate not having something to control my session other than a mouse and keyboard. This is a great substitute that can easily be setup in ANY STUDIO. Saves so much time especially when track arming and going for that double take. Takes a bunch of mouse licks and moves with one hand and puts them on the iPad and gets you ready to do another take in a couple of seconds.
A must have for any engineer without a console on control surface.
- Category: Music
- Updated: Feb 06, 2013
- Version: 1.3
- Size: 47.3 MB
- Languages: English, Russian
- Seller: VITALIY TARASYUK
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Compatibility: Requires iOS 4.3 or later. Compatible with iPad.