What is your "go-to" midi controller ?

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What is your "go-to" midi controller ?

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What is your "go-to" midi controller ?
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BCR
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Joué Board for synth control
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TC-Data on iPad...
http://www.bitshapesoftware.com/instruments/tc-data/
There definitely is an intial learning curve (compared to knobs and sliders) for it‘s so unusual to analyze motions regarding distance, speed, angle, etc which generate the midi note and CC events.
But results are highly rewarding.
You can create dynamically scaled CCs, relations between multiple CCs and apply them right on the note grid within the same touch that triggers the note(s).

ps: an iPad-2 is sufficient, so you can „build“ a sophisticated custom controller for very low costs.
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the new BCR32 looks great: https://www.musicradar.com/news/behring ... uencer-too

I have two old BCRs for scope, but mainly use Push 1 or Akai MPD232 with Ableton. Got quite some over the years (faderfox, PadKontrol (best drumpads for me), m-audio code49,...) all still laying around, but the Push is the most used controller. It's starting to show its age, so I hope they get a Push 3 before my 1 starts to crap out.
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borg wrote: Wed Jan 13, 2021 3:03 pm the new BCR32 looks great: https://www.musicradar.com/news/behring ... uencer-too

I have two old BCRs for scope, but mainly use Push 1 or Akai MPD232 with Ableton. Got quite some over the years (faderfox, PadKontrol (best drumpads for me), m-audio code49,...) all still laying around, but the Push is the most used controller. It's starting to show its age, so I hope they get a Push 3 before my 1 starts to crap out.

I’ll be getting one of those.
I’m all in on Behringer’s MIDI gear, have the old BCF2000.
Lots of 3rd party stuff, well then there’s BCM by SHARC too.

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