I would like to be able to program a default function of the Shuttle and Jog Wheel instead of having to press a soft key to engage a function I use 90% of the time. In Protools and Reason, I primarily use the Jog wheel to jog through the session and the Shuttle Wheel to scrub audio. This would free-up precious soft key real estate which I can use for other important things like Markers Jumps.
I checked out both of these units at a recent Avid event. I liked them. One thing, that even the Avid rep strongly agreed on with me on, was the green "On" button and the red "Solo" button on these controllers is counter intuitive. Pro Tools does not have "on" buttons. Pro Tools has "Mute" buttons above each fader. Why not take the lettering off the physical buttons, leave them the same color and let the end user ...more »
Make Studio Monitor Express actually work and integrate it into a control room type section of pro tools just like Steinberg have with cubase. The current ASIO/Core Audio type bridging is terrible ans doesnt work. Either make a plugin that inserts on the master fader or a separate page but most of all id really like to be able to use the monitor control pot on the MC control for something, preferably my monitor level ...more »
After all these years the feature that has been present on all non-Eucon Avid controllers is still missing. Insert mode should follow plugins opened/targeted on screen. On Command|8, Control24, C|24, Icon, Pro Control, HUI controllers insert mode is always focused on currently targeted plugin (with little red target button in plugin window corner). Why is this so important? Let's assume we have a very large session. ...more »
It would be nice if the eucon would display a "t" instead of "rw" on the scribble strip when in touch mode.
Just a little visual consistency between the console display and then the DAW..
In the near further I would love to see a Eucontrol update that would enable me to assign additional frequently used functions to the side function keys of the MC Mix (Chan, Inserts buttons etc...). I would assign a button that would select all tracks. Another button would select certain groups in PT9 and so on.
Would be great if you could assign eucon faders from within protools, that would then just auto-assign when launching your session...
It's very clumsy as-is using the eucon assign. It should be full recall, and not outside of protools whatsoever.
Please, make the pedal input into a user assignable key command, so it can be used with a talkback plugin like the one from source elements..
Or better yet, program the talkback functionality into protools, with auto talkback and dimmer..
As it stands, talkback is kind of a problem with an artist/omni setup.
In other DAW's like Logic, Artis Transport could have the Jog Wheel assigned to whatever fader, button, or parameter you click on. This feature is called Assignable Knob and it is a HUGE time saver for the Artis Transport User. It alone it worth the purchase, unfortunately this feature is not available in PT...
With the MC Mix and the MC Control I have 12 fader but can only bank in 4-fader-steps. I want to bank all my 12 faders at ones.
I don't no how about two MC Mix, but if you can there only in 8-fader-steps than it would be better to bank in 16-fader-steps.
when adjusting AVID channel-strip on the Artist Control I wish the LPF and HPF were on the opposite side. It´s kind of counter-intuitive to adjust the low end of a channel on the right side of the controls and the high end on the left side. While the graphical representation in the plugin window is vice versa. I understand that the word HIGH pass filter is tempting to put on the right side where the high frequencies ...more »
Is it possible to bring into MC Control tactile screen the graphic view of EQ's and Dynamics Channel Strip plug-in so that we can control it easily. Channel Strip is now integrated to PT10 and is a great simulation. The parameters (45) are too difficult to control with the MC Mix (I have 3 of them) and are nearly not readable. It would be great to use the tatile screen either with finger or with the rotary buttons.