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Very efficient for tracking. For mixing, I re-installed my Korg nanoKontrol2 that was collecting dust and to my surprise, it does what I need to do pretty quickly. And for shortcuts my iPad Logic Remote is very handy. I took also the time to setup a 16 channels Logic template. I do miss a real fader and a jog wheel but not that much, right now anyway. So, now, I have a fast and functionnal setup!

It’s crazy to realize that often, we have all that we need, hanging around! All we have to do is take the time to learn how our things work! Thanks for your reply Sir. Ya I think the very first thing I tried to do with my Mackie then was to try control the different plugins parameters doing trials and errors without ever taking the time to RTFM!

Shame on me. Back to the X-Touch, the X-Touch one, for simple selected channel strip operations seems very pleasant to use but rather limited.

If only it could controle the sends So the X-Touch is still on my wish list. Sorry to back up here, but the X-Touch ONE seems to have conflicting reports on its ability to write automation.

I’m in a similar situation in that I really don’t need control over 24 tracks, but the one thing I’m keen on is having something tactile to write automation with and not just volume automation. The X-Touch One price has dropped a lot. For users of any control surface chapters 1, 2, and 3 are important to know. Follow those chapters with the device specific chapters – in this case chapter 4 – “Mackie Control” – which the X-Touch emulates convincingly.

The other interesting chapter is “Euphonix devices” – essentially now Avid control surfaces and devices. Sticking with Mackie Control which behaves reasonably well in all my DAWs, and happily controls my Behringer digital mixer – XR18 – one button push swaps between mixer and Logic.

Handy, handy, handy. So for plugin automation, I’d agree with the post above, save up and get the X-Touch. Is there a consensus suggestion for plugin control? Man, I wish Logic would release a control surface. Works so well By the time you found the parameter you want to tweak, you would have tweaked 5 settings with a mouse and moved on!

I sort of agree with this, but if you take the time to tweak the CSParameterOrder. Also the deepest integration outside the dedicated Pr Tools controllers. Mackie then made the MCU after the Emagic exclusivity deal ended. Just to add to my comments about Studio 1 and FaderPort.

There is a feature in Studio 1 that lets you quickly map plugin controls to the rotary control on the Faderport. It looked pretty fast and intuitive and I think you can easily do it on the fly or maybe you just hover the mouse over the plugin parameter and the rotary control is instantly mapped or something like that. Maybe search YouTube for Faderport plugin control or something similar. Quoting myself Works great for 3rd party plugins. Top Mentioned Manufacturers.

Learn more. Behringer X Touch with Logic Pro. Hi All – Hope you’re all well. Recently I bought an x touch universal Control I read and seen on youtube that it’s suppose to work pretty much as is out of the box with LPX. I’m still trying to understand everything, but the one question I have is has anyone else got this combo? At the moment the Modify buttons aren’t working for me. Has anyone had this issue. If so has anyone got a resolution for it, or even advice on how I could debug the problem.

I’m also interested to know if other people don’t have this issue. I’m currently running LPX I have also updated to the latest firmware on the x touch. Any help would be gratefully appreciated, Thanks in advance, Charles. My Studio. Try to locate an earlier version of the manual in PDF, read the introductory chapters along with the Mackie Control chapter.

Try each of the commands to see how they behave. I have been happily using my X-Touch with Logic for over 4 years. I get better at it, and learn new things all the time.

For instance if I hold down the alt key it will allow me to copy an element from one track to the other. But the button won’t. I’m not clear when those descriptions above actually mean.

Please tell me I’m being an idiot and explain how they can. Hi – Thanks for your response and your patience. Slight change to my workflow I guess Lots of reading ahead :- Thanks, Charles. To dive a little deeper, I decided to work through the Mackie Control section of the Logic Control Manual, especially the charts beginning on page I have only encountered one thing that does not seem to work on the X-Touch as described in the manual.

It is also not really a big deal if it does not because there are other ways of doing the same thing. This is more about verifying what works as described in the manual on the X-Touch. First thing I want to check is, is this correct?

 
 

 

What I did use however, were the transport functions, the zoom functions and the jog wheel as well as using 1 fader to write automation. And that pretty much describes the X-Touch one. I don’t know if I’ll personally go for one as I have kind of made my peace with trackpad and keyboard in order to work comfortably in other rooms but if I do get another controller the X-Touch seems like my personal sweet spot.

Excellent inputs Sir! The X-Touch one might be just perfect for my needs in the end. I did owned an MCU many years ago and never used it that much because of the learning curve and finally sold it. But now I have more time to spend on learning a control surface and I also have way more know how with Logic. Very efficient for tracking. For mixing, I re-installed my Korg nanoKontrol2 that was collecting dust and to my surprise, it does what I need to do pretty quickly. And for shortcuts my iPad Logic Remote is very handy.

I took also the time to setup a 16 channels Logic template. I do miss a real fader and a jog wheel but not that much, right now anyway. So, now, I have a fast and functionnal setup! It’s crazy to realize that often, we have all that we need, hanging around! All we have to do is take the time to learn how our things work! Thanks for your reply Sir. Ya I think the very first thing I tried to do with my Mackie then was to try control the different plugins parameters doing trials and errors without ever taking the time to RTFM!

Shame on me. Back to the X-Touch, the X-Touch one, for simple selected channel strip operations seems very pleasant to use but rather limited. If only it could controle the sends So the X-Touch is still on my wish list. Sorry to back up here, but the X-Touch ONE seems to have conflicting reports on its ability to write automation. I’m in a similar situation in that I really don’t need control over 24 tracks, but the one thing I’m keen on is having something tactile to write automation with and not just volume automation.

The X-Touch One price has dropped a lot. For users of any control surface chapters 1, 2, and 3 are important to know. Follow those chapters with the device specific chapters – in this case chapter 4 – “Mackie Control” – which the X-Touch emulates convincingly. The other interesting chapter is “Euphonix devices” – essentially now Avid control surfaces and devices. Sticking with Mackie Control which behaves reasonably well in all my DAWs, and happily controls my Behringer digital mixer – XR18 – one button push swaps between mixer and Logic.

Handy, handy, handy. So for plugin automation, I’d agree with the post above, save up and get the X-Touch. Is there a consensus suggestion for plugin control? Man, I wish Logic would release a control surface.

Works so well By the time you found the parameter you want to tweak, you would have tweaked 5 settings with a mouse and moved on! I sort of agree with this, but if you take the time to tweak the CSParameterOrder.

Also the deepest integration outside the dedicated Pr Tools controllers. Mackie then made the MCU after the Emagic exclusivity deal ended. I have also updated to the latest firmware on the x touch. Any help would be gratefully appreciated, Thanks in advance, Charles. My Studio. Try to locate an earlier version of the manual in PDF, read the introductory chapters along with the Mackie Control chapter. Try each of the commands to see how they behave.

I have been happily using my X-Touch with Logic for over 4 years. I get better at it, and learn new things all the time. For instance if I hold down the alt key it will allow me to copy an element from one track to the other.

But the button won’t. I’m not clear when those descriptions above actually mean. Please tell me I’m being an idiot and explain how they can. Hi – Thanks for your response and your patience. Slight change to my workflow I guess Lots of reading ahead :- Thanks, Charles.

To dive a little deeper, I decided to work through the Mackie Control section of the Logic Control Manual, especially the charts beginning on page I have only encountered one thing that does not seem to work on the X-Touch as described in the manual.

It is also not really a big deal if it does not because there are other ways of doing the same thing. This is more about verifying what works as described in the manual on the X-Touch. First thing I want to check is, is this correct? It does not work. So, I tried the same sequence but without pressing the Option button, and it still does not work. Both procedures simply turn the solo on and off. This would actually be pretty handy, if it worked.

Has anybody managed to get this to work? Am I doing something wrong in the sequence of button presses? Thanks in advance. Thanks for providing the answer to the real question. I have been working to understand my X-Touch since day one, and each day I get a little better at it. At some point I want to be able to mix entire songs without ever looking at the screen and only using the control surface and an attached keyboard I have as many versions of the manual that I can find including the original Logic Control manual – things disappear between versions.

 

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From the 9 touch-sensitive, motorized faders and the 8 dynamic LCD scribble strips, to the 8 rotary encoders, 92 illuminated buttons, 8-segment LED meters per channel and dedicated transport controls, the X-TOUCH transforms what’s on your DAW’s screen into one ultra-compatible, feature-packed surface for precision control and a bird’s eye Reviews: Mar 05,  · Anna shows us how to setup the X-Touch One with Logic Pro. Part 1 of a 2 part video. Behringer X-TOUCH 8 Channel USB/MIDI Universal Control Surface. I purchased this unit in December and used it a few times but not to its full potential. It works great; I’ve had no issues with it. It comes with the original box and cords.

 
 

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Feb 23,  · Not really a questions BUT I have a Behringer X Touch which was bricked when I bought a new M1 Mac Mini with latest Logic Pro. HOWEVER – there is a new firmware which is apparently supposed to deal with a new AMD chipset for Intel machines. And lo and behold it also fixes the problem between Big Sur / Logic and the X Touch. Mar 28,  · My Studio. �� 15 years. Hi, I used to have a Mackie MCU, and I just picked up a X-Touch for use with Logic Pro X. The Mackie protocol seems really good as most things I remember work the same way on the X-Touch as they did on the MCU. To dive a little deeper, I decided to work through the Mackie Control section of the Logic Control Manual User Interaction Count: Mar 05,  · Anna shows us how to setup the X-Touch One with Logic Pro. Part 1 of a 2 part video.

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