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TOUCHDAW for Android- who needs faderport?
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Hey guys, i haven't seen any thread about this thing here yet, so i thought i shall share.





Recently i wanted to buy a faderport. But obviously i don't have enough money right now. But then i found this android app again.
I already demoed it as i was with cubase, but it just didn't work. The manual was impossible to understand. So i deinstalled it.
Now i'm a happy Studio One user, and i thought i 'll give it another try.
Well the dev updated the app, added studio one compatibility, added a tablet version view to it, and rewrited the manual. And guess what. It works! Im completely blown away, since it works as a bi directional generic mackie controller. I'm sooo happy right now.

I know, you can't compare it with a real fader. But for me it's enough. The coolest thing is. Since my current 'home studio' is in my living room, and my speakers don't really stand in front of my pc, i can mix my volumes from my android phone on the couch in front of my speakers now. It even have a midi mode, and i can play the vsts with it. It's quite latency free.

You definitely have to check it out if you have any android gear, especially a tablet. It only costs 3,49 Euros.


edit:
Found something in the manual. Actually the app is capable for editing more parameters such as pans, EQs, sends, and VSTs. But unfortunately Studio One has just an incomplete MCU implementation, you can just control volumes and pans. Let's hope presonus adds more implementation in the future.
All the transport buttons and scrub work though.

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Ooh, this is great! As a new non-iPad tablet owner, I'm a noob to the android apps world (Don't have a smartphone). I just assumed that all these cool DAW-related apps were relegated for iOS and that I'd have to be content just playing "Angry Birds"...

Thanks so much for the heads-up!
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You're welcome mate! I was rather surprised that nobody answered, i assumed the most musicians would rather buy an apple than an android because of the exact thing you said. It's the first really usable music related app for android yet. I hate apple but my next phone/tab/ or even computer may be an apple. Oh well, it's just another never ending discussion theme i think.
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This gives me hope for the rest of us non lower case 'i' folk.

Good find, thanks!!
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Next summer will be good times for us Windows-folks. I might actually be interested in a tablet then
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synthphonix wrote:Next summer will be good times for us Windows-folks. I might actually be interested in a tablet then


You tease.....

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Today I bought the full version. Nice cheap controller...
Implementation was not too difficult with the manual. And it works!
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TouchDAW is awesome, but faderport is still worth considering. First, Studio One's mackie control support is kind of limited, while the faderport has really good integration (though hopefully mackie control support improves soon). Second, it's nice having an actual physical controller, and one with a nice long throw, to use rather than only a touch-sensitive screen. Third, having access to more parameters at the same time is never a bad thing
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How did I miss this? Incredible. Very useful. Now if only I could order the bl@@dy thing without Google this and Google that...
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can't get it to work
nvm

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this is a dope app
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Ok I've downloaded the free version for my Samsung, sites anybody have a tutorial in how to use it our set it up with studio one
? Any YouTube video out there?
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Just visit their website and follow the manual. It's understandable now.
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I just loaded this on my touchpad, and it is absolutely awesome! The fader control is pretty granular, and there are more functions than I'll probably ever use. Unfortunately, S1v2 still doesn't want to update the track titles correctly though. I wish there was some way to make that work right.

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I have a question about this setup. My DAW is not connected to the internet or to my network. I don't quite understand how the tablet and the DAW talk to each other. Does the tablet need to be connected to the DAW thru USB or would I have to buy a wireless USB adapter for them to communicate?

Sorry, I do have the manual but I can't quite wrap my head around how this works.

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