Presonus Announce FaderPort-8

Dedicated DAW Control, HUI and Studio One native      16/09/16

Presonus Announce FaderPort-8


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Presonus FaderPort has been around for almost 10 years - it might just be there longest active product SKU - who knows?

Heck we even reviewed the original Faderport back in 2007  when video was square and Nick was thin - here.

For many, the Faderport is the perfect addition for DAW control - a single motorized fader plus transport control, and other basic Mackie HUI control. Ideal for automating the mix a channel at a time, which is something that many people do.

Who needs a full 8 Channel Mackie Control? A lot of people  - Presonus say this is one of the most requested product updates they've had and so now the FaderPort-8 does just that.

With HUI and Mackie Control support it should just work with most DAWs and also have native Studio One support too.

Features

  • 8 touch-sensitive, 100 mm long-throw, motorized faders
  • 8 high-definition Scribble Strip displays
  • Complete recording-transport controls: Play, Stop, Fast Forward, Rewind, Record, Loop
  • Drop Marker, Next/Prev Marker, Next / Prev Event
  • General session controls: Undo/Redo, Arm All, Solo/Mute Clear, Track Management, Click On/Off with tap tempo
  • Session Navigator provides quick control over track scrolling, channel banking, timeline scrolling, and much more
  • Channel Controls: Level, Pan, Solo, Mute, Rec Arm
  • Automation Controls: Touch, Latch, Trim, Write, Read, Off
  • Optional Fader functionality: plug-in edit, bus sends, pan
  • macOS® / Windows® compatible with native Studio One® support and HUI and Mackie Control Universal emulation
  • Footswitch input for hands-free start/stop
  • USB 2.0 connectivity
No UK pricing yet, but Sweetwater have it listed for $499

 


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