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    Default E-Noixer X Live DJ controller

    I bumped into a cool controller on my rounds. It's from a spanish company called E-Noixer.
    It is said to release in June or July. Prices are also not yet confirmed.

    Let's just hope, it is all it is said to become.



    e-noixer presents its first professional control surface, the new xLive ONE.
    This professional midi controller is designed specifically to control the popular audio software application:
    Ableton Live.

    Features:

    * Highest quality components
    * 60 mm lineal faders (ALPS 15.000 life cycles)
    * 11mm non-detented rotary pots (ALPS 15.000 life cycles)
    * Illuminated push-on switches (>10.000.000 life cycles)
    * 12mm detented incremental encoder (30.000 life cycles)
    * Soft touch knobs
    * Graphical backlight LCD
    * High efficency Universal power supply (90-265V AC)
    * Solid steel chasis (with RackMount adapters)
    * Fully customizable midi control
    * Compatible with any PC / Mac software MIDI assignable (specially for Ableton Live software)



    Multiple Pre-Configured Ableton Live templates, DJ Template Example:

    Rotary/Slide knobs:

    * 6 x Track VOLUME
    * 6 x 3Bands EQ / GAIN (using Ableton EQ Eight)
    * 5 x Track Send
    * 6 x Track FX PARAM
    * 1 x Track RETURN VOLUME
    * 1 x Master VOLUME
    * 1 x Master BALANCE
    * 1 x XFADER
    * 8 x FX PARAMS
    * 1 x Pitch detented encoder
    * 1 x Phones VOLUME
    * 1 x Phones MIX



    Push buttons:

    * 6 x Track ON
    * 6 x Track CUE
    * 1 x Track RETURN CUE
    * 6 x Track STATUS
    * 6 x Track LAUNCH
    * 6 x Clip STOP
    * 6 x Xfader assign
    * 4 x FX ON
    * 1 x Global RECORD
    * 1 x Scene LAUNCH
    * 1 x All clips STOP
    * 1 x Scene DOWN
    * 1 x Scene UP
    * 1 x Pitch-bend DOWN
    * 1 x Pitch-bend UP


    Display 128x64 FSTN

    * Show and customize the controller from this screen. Users can change all MIDI control parameters and labels.



    Updatable / editable firmware:

    * Firmware updatable from USB connection. The xLive update/edit software is fully compatible with Windows
    and Mac platforms, doing the firmware upgrade really easy.



    All MIDI parameters are editable from the display or software utility:

    * Customizable MIDI messages: NOTE ON, NOTE OFF, PROGRAM CHANGE, PITCH-BEND, AFTER TOUCH, CONTROL CHANGE, SYSEX...
    * Posibility to backup into files for import/export in the future.



    Specifications:

    * Faders: 8
    * Rotary pots: 40
    * Rotary encoders: 2
    * Push buttons: 48
    * Ports: 1xMIDI IN, 2xMIDI OUT 1xMIDI THRU, 1xUSB
    * Power: 90-264V AC 15W
    * Dimensions: 370x407x70mm
    * Weight: 4kg



    * Specifications are subjected to change until the final version.
    Last edited by tekki; 04-23-2008 at 12:34 PM.
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    Oooh, I like that. Not enough buttons though, hard to see how you could do looping on the fly with that.

    Let me guess - 400 Euros.

    That'll be a no thank you from me, I'm paid in toy money ($$$).
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    I'm in the same league Fatlimey.

    LoLz.

    I do hope that it will not cost too much. Otherwise I might still end up with either an M-Audio X Session Pro or the BCR2000 Rotary controller from Behringer.
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    great for ableton but not enough for traktor. :-(

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    Looks nice... a little to large for a DJ controller though. Looks like it's still nothing more than a CGI render so far... :-\

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deviant_Tech View Post
    Looks nice... a little to large for a DJ controller though. Looks like it's still nothing more than a CGI render so far... :-\
    Please check the site. They got pictures of them handling a prototype.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tekki View Post
    Please check the site. They got pictures of them handling a prototype.
    How about a link then, yeah?

    I found the site and those pics don't show much. I saw a much better pic on aldj.com and IMO, it's too large to be considered a DJ controller.

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    E - Noixer has a site @ http://www.e-noixer.com

    Sorry... I thought I had put that in the startingpost.

    But.. too big for a DJ controller? It isn't worse than the average mixer?
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    Quote Originally Posted by tekki View Post
    E - Noixer has a site @ http://www.e-noixer.com

    Sorry... I thought I had put that in the startingpost.

    But.. too big for a DJ controller? It isn't worse than the average mixer?
    Apples and oranges.

    Think about this situation. You get booked for a club and roll up to the DJ area with your laptop and this huge thing... two things need to happen for you. Either the owner allows you to unhook and remove the house mixer from the cabin and replace it with this, just for your set and your set alone... screw the guys before and after you. Or, you find some room to put this down, like physically on top of a turntable or the house mixer... I mean, you're not going to damage anything you lay it on, right? I concede I don't have much club DJ experience, but, both of these situations are highly unlikely IMO. It's the same catch-22 you find yourself in buying something like a Zero4 to use at home only to find the majority of clubs use something else like Pioneer mixers. Are you really going to lug that Zero4 around with you everywhere?

    If you're just a home guy or do mobile DJ gigs and the like... yeah, this is great. But if you ask me, USB MIDI controllers FTW.

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    You're quite right. It is big and might be cumbersum to flog around.

    On the other hand, I am one who is planning to take a Behringer BCR2000 with me.
    (Hoping that someday I will have enough cash for either a Korg Zero4 (or more hopefully a Zero8) or an Ecler Nuo4/Evo4).

    So for me the size of the X Live would not be an issue.
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