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PreSonus Faderport USB Production Controller with Studio One Recording Software
PreSonus Faderport USB Production Controller with Studio One Recording Software
PreSonus Faderport USB Production Controller with Studio One Recording Software
PreSonus Faderport USB Production Controller with Studio One Recording Software
PreSonus Faderport USB Production Controller with Studio One Recording Software
PreSonus Faderport USB Production Controller with Studio One Recording Software
PreSonus Faderport USB Production Controller with Studio One Recording Software

PreSonus Faderport USB Production Controller with Studio One Recording Software

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PreSonus Faderport USB Production Controller with Studio One Recording Software
PreSonus Faderport USB Production Controller with Studio One Recording Software
PreSonus Faderport USB Production Controller with Studio One Recording Software
PreSonus Faderport USB Production Controller with Studio One Recording Software
PreSonus Faderport USB Production Controller with Studio One Recording Software
PreSonus Faderport USB Production Controller with Studio One Recording Software
PreSonus Faderport USB Production Controller with Studio One Recording Software
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style: 1 Fader Control Surface - New Version


Features

  • Single touch-sensitive, 100 mm long-throw, motorized fader
  • Large, 360-degree push-button encoder
  • Transport controls, channel record-enable, enable/disable looping
  • Innovative session Navigator section makes mixing and controlling DAWs quick and easy
  • Seamless, Native support for studio One (studio One Artist included)

Description

style:1 Fader Control Surface - New Version The latest generation of PreSonus’ classic USB control surface, The FaderPort enables you to record and mix with a smooth, touch-sensitive, motorized, 100 mm fader; transport controls; and many of the new workflows introduced in the fader port 8 and 16. Manage markers, punch in and out with a footswitch (not included), arm tracks, and employ the innovative session Navigator to control your favorite DAW application quickly and easily. The fader port connects via USB 2. 0 and offers native control of PreSonus Studio One DAW (studio One Artist is included), including control Link support and parameter follow, allowing quick hardware access to any control.


Item Weight: 1 pounds


Product Dimensions: 14.21 x 8.9 x 4.09 inches


Item model number: FADERPORT V2


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No


Date First Available: July 25, 2018


Speaker Amplification Type: Passive


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style: 1 Fader Control Surface - New Version


Features

  • Single touch-sensitive, 100 mm long-throw, motorized fader
  • Large, 360-degree push-button encoder
  • Transport controls, channel record-enable, enable/disable looping
  • Innovative session Navigator section makes mixing and controlling DAWs quick and easy
  • Seamless, Native support for studio One (studio One Artist included)

Description

style:1 Fader Control Surface - New Version The latest generation of PreSonus’ classic USB control surface, The FaderPort enables you to record and mix with a smooth, touch-sensitive, motorized, 100 mm fader; transport controls; and many of the new workflows introduced in the fader port 8 and 16. Manage markers, punch in and out with a footswitch (not included), arm tracks, and employ the innovative session Navigator to control your favorite DAW application quickly and easily. The fader port connects via USB 2. 0 and offers native control of PreSonus Studio One DAW (studio One Artist is included), including control Link support and parameter follow, allowing quick hardware access to any control.


Item Weight: 1 pounds


Product Dimensions: 14.21 x 8.9 x 4.09 inches


Item model number: FADERPORT V2


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No


Date First Available: July 25, 2018


Speaker Amplification Type: Passive


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • Single touch-sensitive, 100 mm long-throw, motorized fader
  • Large, 360-degree push-button encoder
  • Transport controls, channel record-enable, enable/disable looping
  • Innovative session Navigator section makes mixing and controlling DAWs quick and easy
  • Seamless, Native support for studio One (studio One Artist included)

Description

style:1 Fader Control Surface - New Version The latest generation of PreSonus’ classic USB control surface, The FaderPort enables you to record and mix with a smooth, touch-sensitive, motorized, 100 mm fader; transport controls; and many of the new workflows introduced in the fader port 8 and 16. Manage markers, punch in and out with a footswitch (not included), arm tracks, and employ the innovative session Navigator to control your favorite DAW application quickly and easily. The fader port connects via USB 2. 0 and offers native control of PreSonus Studio One DAW (studio One Artist is included), including control Link support and parameter follow, allowing quick hardware access to any control.


Item Weight: 1 pounds


Product Dimensions: 14.21 x 8.9 x 4.09 inches


Item model number: FADERPORT V2


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No


Date First Available: July 25, 2018


Speaker Amplification Type: Passive


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Orders placed now will arrive in 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Jeff - Reviewed in the United States on June 16, 2019
Love mixing with this! Works with Reaper
Sometimes when I'm mixing, using a mouse can get frustrating at times when you're really trying to accurately adjust volume levels. This resolves that issue. The motorized fader and overall construction of the unit are solid. Initial setup can be a little finicky if you're using reaper but the secret is to download the Klinke version of Mackie Control and set the faderport for Logic. Transport controls are phenomenal and my overall workflow has improved quite a bit since introducing this to my setup. I was initially looking at the Faderport 8 because I wanted the flexibility of being able to adjust more than one track simultaneously however the one slider is easy to get used to especially if you don't want to clutter up your desk. The faderport comes with the Artist version of Studio One which I had never used, but after playing around with it, I may upgrade to the pro version. The artist version gives you limited capabilities with VST plugins. Overall, I'd say this is a win and I'd recommend it to anyone looking for more of an analog feel while using a DAW.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Grimmy - Reviewed in the United States on March 20, 2017
So far, so good ...
I was looking for a MIDI mixer with automated faders and a jog wheel for maximum control with my DAW. I had looked at the X-Touch, which has a larger jog wheel and looks nice, but I wasn't sure that Behringer was doing a good job of support and responding to customers. The X-Touch Compact doesn't have a jog wheel, which I want. I considered some other options but decided to take a chance on this. I'm using it with Logic Pro X. The setup didn't bring up the protocol selection automatically when I first turned it on - I had to power off and press and hold the first two Select buttons to initiate the mode to select MCU for Logic. Then in Logic it generated MIDI notes instead of controlling the DAW - I found out that the manual forgets to tell you to set input and output in the Control Surfaces setup to Faderport. After that it worked fine. Good thing there are so many helpful forums around :) So far so good - faders automate, navigation controls zoom and scroll, transport controls work as expected. I've seen a couple of complaints on the forums about the scribble strips being hard to read because they're not angled up but I'm OK with it, so far. (Some other user props it up on a rubber-coated dumbell.) This unit uses a power brick, but no biggie. It's sleek and it works as advertised, and here's hoping it will make mixing that much easier. Now all I need is talent!

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Rob - Reviewed in the United States on July 10, 2020
The most expensive door stop I've ever purchased
I never write reviews but just had to warn anyone planning on getting this: If you plan to try and use this with Pro Tools or Ableton like me - AVOID. It's worthless for that. PROS: - It has pretty lights and seems to be well made - it feels solid. CONS: - Calibration is out in Ableton by about 5db. Support just gives generic responses and promises future fixes which haven't come after a year and a half. - Can't get it to work at all in Pro Tools (yes, it's in Pro Tools mode, etc.). You can control it from Pro Tools but it doesn't control anything. Support can't figure it out. - You can only update the firmware over USB 1. Yes, you read that correctly, USB ONE. Pull out that dusty Pentium 3 and hope it still fires up and connects over dial up.. or rent a time machine to go back to 1999. - Apart from these non-starters, even if it works perfectly as they claim, the integration is almost non existent. You can't even use it to control sends in Pro Tools in order to write automation. It's a volume control at best, but getting to the fader you want to control is so much of a hassle it's not even worth using. If you plan to use it with Studio One you'll probably really enjoy it, seems to work well for the little time I tried it (support made me test it in there). They really shouldn't claim that this is designed to work with other DAW's because that hasn't been my experience at all.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Kindle Customer - Reviewed in the United States on June 14, 2019
Nice
This works perfectly with my Presonus Studio One software. I did have to reboot it in native mode to get it to work as first. That was kind of frustrating for a sec, but tech report was adequately responsive. Actually, the tech support could have been better, I had to send a message on the web-site and got a response the next day. I didn't enjoy that but it wasn't a problem. And it would be nice if you could program keystroke combinations and assign them to a generic control. Maybe some of the larger models offer that.

Top Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Jeff - Reviewed in the United States on June 16, 2019
Love mixing with this! Works with Reaper
Sometimes when I'm mixing, using a mouse can get frustrating at times when you're really trying to accurately adjust volume levels. This resolves that issue. The motorized fader and overall construction of the unit are solid. Initial setup can be a little finicky if you're using reaper but the secret is to download the Klinke version of Mackie Control and set the faderport for Logic. Transport controls are phenomenal and my overall workflow has improved quite a bit since introducing this to my setup. I was initially looking at the Faderport 8 because I wanted the flexibility of being able to adjust more than one track simultaneously however the one slider is easy to get used to especially if you don't want to clutter up your desk. The faderport comes with the Artist version of Studio One which I had never used, but after playing around with it, I may upgrade to the pro version. The artist version gives you limited capabilities with VST plugins. Overall, I'd say this is a win and I'd recommend it to anyone looking for more of an analog feel while using a DAW.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Grimmy - Reviewed in the United States on March 20, 2017
So far, so good ...
I was looking for a MIDI mixer with automated faders and a jog wheel for maximum control with my DAW. I had looked at the X-Touch, which has a larger jog wheel and looks nice, but I wasn't sure that Behringer was doing a good job of support and responding to customers. The X-Touch Compact doesn't have a jog wheel, which I want. I considered some other options but decided to take a chance on this. I'm using it with Logic Pro X. The setup didn't bring up the protocol selection automatically when I first turned it on - I had to power off and press and hold the first two Select buttons to initiate the mode to select MCU for Logic. Then in Logic it generated MIDI notes instead of controlling the DAW - I found out that the manual forgets to tell you to set input and output in the Control Surfaces setup to Faderport. After that it worked fine. Good thing there are so many helpful forums around :) So far so good - faders automate, navigation controls zoom and scroll, transport controls work as expected. I've seen a couple of complaints on the forums about the scribble strips being hard to read because they're not angled up but I'm OK with it, so far. (Some other user props it up on a rubber-coated dumbell.) This unit uses a power brick, but no biggie. It's sleek and it works as advertised, and here's hoping it will make mixing that much easier. Now all I need is talent!

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Rob - Reviewed in the United States on July 10, 2020
The most expensive door stop I've ever purchased
I never write reviews but just had to warn anyone planning on getting this: If you plan to try and use this with Pro Tools or Ableton like me - AVOID. It's worthless for that. PROS: - It has pretty lights and seems to be well made - it feels solid. CONS: - Calibration is out in Ableton by about 5db. Support just gives generic responses and promises future fixes which haven't come after a year and a half. - Can't get it to work at all in Pro Tools (yes, it's in Pro Tools mode, etc.). You can control it from Pro Tools but it doesn't control anything. Support can't figure it out. - You can only update the firmware over USB 1. Yes, you read that correctly, USB ONE. Pull out that dusty Pentium 3 and hope it still fires up and connects over dial up.. or rent a time machine to go back to 1999. - Apart from these non-starters, even if it works perfectly as they claim, the integration is almost non existent. You can't even use it to control sends in Pro Tools in order to write automation. It's a volume control at best, but getting to the fader you want to control is so much of a hassle it's not even worth using. If you plan to use it with Studio One you'll probably really enjoy it, seems to work well for the little time I tried it (support made me test it in there). They really shouldn't claim that this is designed to work with other DAW's because that hasn't been my experience at all.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Kindle Customer - Reviewed in the United States on June 14, 2019
Nice
This works perfectly with my Presonus Studio One software. I did have to reboot it in native mode to get it to work as first. That was kind of frustrating for a sec, but tech report was adequately responsive. Actually, the tech support could have been better, I had to send a message on the web-site and got a response the next day. I didn't enjoy that but it wasn't a problem. And it would be nice if you could program keystroke combinations and assign them to a generic control. Maybe some of the larger models offer that.