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    Default Electrix Tweaker

    so its a new controller for traktor and ableton users, looks kinda promising.



    At the heart of Tweaker lies a grid of 32 rubber pads backlit by RGB LEDs, and 8 velocity sensitive drum pads. There is a channel strip on each side of the grid, and a crossfader centered underneath. Each channel trips is comprised of a fader, three backlit rubber pads, an analog knob, and three push encoders with red LED rings. The navigation section at the top of the unit has a large browsing encoder and a four-way selection push grid (left, right, up, down).

    Tweaker is fully USB bus powered and also has MIDI In and Out ports.

    from: http://www.gearjunkies.com/news_info.php?news_id=6381

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    What do you guys think?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xonetacular View Post
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    pretty cool, looks a little cheap though. Does RGB led imply that you can basically choose any colour you like with different midi input? Cos if so, that I like.
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    looked better in the first pic

    not really feeling the design a lot of over controllers do this and more
    so i guess it depends on what the price point is gonna be

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    Default It's an OEM from Livid

    From the oem lisence pdf on livid>About page
    "The Tweaker from Electrix is an OEM licensed product designed for Mixware and slated for a 2011
    release. This controller features velocity sensitive drum pads, a button grid, channel strips and a
    crossfader. Designed from extruded aluminum with the classic Electrix body style.
    Livid Instruments fully designed and developed the Tweaker and it licensing the technology for overseas
    mass-production.

    http://img6.imageshack.us/img6/8177/tweaker.jpg
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    erm, last pad stuck in the case ? :/ me no likey likey!

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    I agree; first pic blew me away, the others not so much. Livid makes beautiful products generally though; the advantage here is this looks cheaper than most of them. They have a couple other cool things on the pdf though see http://lividinstruments.com/images/l..._licensing.pdf -- the Blade looks particularly interesting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fullenglishpint View Post
    pretty cool, looks a little cheap though.
    pretty much my thoughts exactly

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    Default prototype

    hey guys, this is a hand made prototype that has quite some miles on it. Don't worry the 'real' one will look much better... (and the pads won't stick)

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    I played with the prototype of this at NAMM this year, its a ery cool little controller.

    baed on the prototype imagine it will be a very solid build quality.

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