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Lifesaver (well at least wristsaver) for Logic users

Post by BradleyHagen » Mon Apr 01, 2024 8:50 am

Full Disclosure- I am not a Nektar Audio dealer, and have not been sponsored by them either....
I just received this unit on Friday, and worked with it all weekend, and WOW!
Nektar Audio Panorama CS12. https://nektartech.com/panorama-cs12/ I have REALLY bad tendonitis in my wrist, and this is hands down the easiest to use, and most complete control surface I have ever come across. It is designed from the ground up SPECIFICALLY for Logic Pro users, and I cannot recommend it enough.... I am already 80% mouse free, and my workflow is much faster as well. Check it out Logic Peeps! Your wrist will thank you!
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Re: Lifesaver (well at least wristsaver) for Logic users

Post by chartzog » Mon Apr 01, 2024 7:34 pm

Very cool. Congrats on the Nektar purchase. I have the Nektar Panorama P6 and it integrates really well with Logic. I love the powered fader too. https://nektartech.com/panorama-p4-p6/

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Re: Lifesaver (well at least wristsaver) for Logic users

Post by BradleyHagen » Tue Apr 02, 2024 8:07 am

Yeah, that is a great unit as well, and I strongly considered that one a few months ago, but heard that this one was going to be out last Fall, and opted to wait (it didn't actually hit the market until about 3 weeks ago!) I am also thinking about the NI Komplete S61 MKIII for my Keyboard/MIDI controller as well. I just never use pads for programming drums any more (although I know you can assign them to other cc tasks) I am a pencil tool kinda guy, which is part of the reason that my wrist has such bad tendonitis!
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Post by chartzog » Wed Apr 03, 2024 4:31 pm

FWIW, I was thinking of buying a separate, simple hardware MIDI controller with just a couple of faders to control modulation and expression. But I wasn't sure what to get and I didn't want to regret spending money. So I turned my iPad into a control surface for this 2 fader purpose using an app called TouchOSC. So far it's working pretty good for me! TouchOSC

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Post by BradleyHagen » Wed Apr 03, 2024 6:55 pm

Yeah man, the Logic Control app is pretty powerful as well, but I like the tactile control of this unit alot
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