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    Default Need a suggestion for a midi controller

    I'm looking for something that would be the equivalent to a 16 channel mixer plus an effects section and a master section.

    Really loving this, but it doesn't have enough channels.



    Any suggestions?

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    if you want a 16 channel controller, you might want to look at getting 2 used ReMote SL zero's, together they would still cost less than the vestax you pictured, which is $600 or so, you could get 2 used SL zeros for probably about $400 total off of craigslist.

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    I was thinking that as well, but not enough knobs. I love the how each channel has it's own dedicated EQ section, pan knob, send knobs and the return/master section.

    If it had an extra two channels I'd be sold!

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    Not sure all your requirements, but if portable is not a deciding factor. The Mackie Control is really nice. You can find older ones for really good price. They have excellent P&G motorized faders and the pots are really nice.

    http://www.mackie.com/products/mcupro/splash.html

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    I was thinking those as well, but I'm not a fan of the layout. And mobility is a factor.

    Maybe I'll just have to build my own

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nephew View Post
    Maybe I'll just have to build my own
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    Yeah, what you're looking for basically needs to be built.
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    Does anyone have experience using a UC33e?

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    pretty sure there was a forum member selling a uc33e quite recently..if i remember right.
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    I use uc33e to mix. I've set it up so i have 4 decks on the first 4 sliders which all have 3 knobs above for hi, mid, low. Then i use the other knobs and sliders for effects, cue-ing etc. I'm using this together with the nano-pad. Works pretty good i have to say.

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