I had my new faderport arrive today - yay. And I'm having trouble with getting it working with Audition CC - the latest version.
Has anyone done this?
I work in radio and I thought this new device may be a able to speed up some editing times etc.
Hi guys, so this is the response I had from an Adobe staff member.
"FaderPort's have Mackie HUI emulation which we do not yet support.
In the past we've asked PreSonus for technical specifications for native support, but never received a response."
Can you guys work together on this or something please?
I'm not sure when but during a recent update of Audition, I'm currently using Adobe Audition CC 2017.1.1 Build 10.1.1.11 - I am quite happy to see that PreSonus FaderPort is now part of the list of compatible control surfaces.
I'm not sure how far compatibility and functionality goes but... can someone test and verify?
Windows 10 64 bit
Adobe Creative Suite
Ableton Live 9
Presonus Studio One 3 Pro
Presonus AudioBox 1818VSL
Novation Launch Control XL
Ableton Push 1 and 2
Native Instruments Komplete Kontrol S88
M-Audio Axiom Pro 25
I am working to get some info on this question. Not sure how long it will take but will keep you posted.
OS: Win 10 x64 (16299.125), Studio One Pro 3.5, Sonar Plat Win 10 64, Steinberg Cubasis, Notion 6, Steinberg UR44, Purrrfect Audio Pro Studio DAW (Case: Silent Mid Tower, Power-Supply: 600w quiet, Haswell CPU: i7 4790k @ 4.4GHz (8 threads), RAM: 16GB DDR3/1600, OS drive: Samsung 850 EVO 500 GB Internal SSD SATA 6Gb/s 2.5" MZ-75E250, Audio drive: 1TB HD, Equator D5 monitors, Faderport 16, Akai MPK261, Roland T6, ATH-M50, 70's Custom Fender Strat, Ibanez Micro Bass, Epiphone Masterbilt DR-500MCE
I have gotten non-Mackie controllers to work with Adobe Premier which also does not support many non-mackie controllers. I use Bome MIDI Translator pro to convert from my MIDI CC values to what Mackie expects. Check out this YouTube tutorial.
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