Wow, wow, wow!
I’ve been looking for something like this for the longest time!
Are you like me and want that hands-on mixing inside FL Studio?
I’ve had the frustration of having to “manually” mapping out all my knobs and sliders to get them to what I want them to do.
If you guys are really sick of the manual mapping, you are going to want to get something either like this Mackie Control, or another option is the BCF2000. Presonus also has an option which is called the Fader Port, (but that’s only 1 slider). I’d either recommend the BCF2000 or the Mackie Control, and obviously the Mackie Control is definitely better built and more luxury than the BCF2000, although the BCF will get the job done just as well inside FL Studio!
Ok, let’s see this thing in action:
Here you go! (When I picked this thing up from the post office, I had the biggest smile on my face that I could not hide haha, had to wait for about a week and a half for shipping!).
What more is there to say?
Well, there is a downfall to using this mixer inside FL Studio,and that goes for all MIDI Controllers inside FL Studio, and that is automapped control of the plugins as you saw in the video. There is no difference from a regular MIDI Controller to one with motorized faders when it comes to plugins.
When it comes to the mixer, this thing is phenomenal! It’s really great to hear what you’re doing rather than click and see what you hear, plus get your hand off that mouse .
This is just the beginning,
This is just an introduction to the Mackie Control. I will soon have a review on this Mackie, and videos explaining how everything works inside FL Studio. So far, it’s been awesome and has made mixing more fun!
As for now, if you have any questions about the Mackie, leave them in the comments below!