Ravan MTX

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Ravan MTX

Postby Masato.Y » Tue Oct 30, 2012 03:45

What do you think of using this console with Pyramix?

http://www.slateproaudio.com/products/raven/


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Re: Ravan MTX

Postby klaukholm » Tue Oct 30, 2012 07:50

This will in no way come close to the Tango's performance due to the lack of faders and the very high profile.
If it is significantly cheaper and well implemented, it may be useful for some.
Nothing beats our MCPro/Tango dual controller system here
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Re: Ravan MTX

Postby Bernhard Guettler » Sat Nov 03, 2012 09:18

Hi,
Virtual faders on touch-screens are silly. Tactile feedback when moving a fader blindly simply can't be replaced with anything virtual.
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Re: Ravan MTX

Postby J.Wajer » Sat Nov 03, 2012 11:38

Bernhard Guettler wrote:Hi,
Virtual faders on touch-screens are silly. Tactile feedback when moving a fader blindly simply can't be replaced with anything virtual.
Cheers - B.
Unless they'd work 100% of the time... which they dont.
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Re: Ravan MTX

Postby Masato.Y » Thu Nov 08, 2012 05:02

Thank you for your impression.

Though I've not used Tango controller and of course Ravan,too, I can understand your thoughts.
Certainly a fader is a actual part for mixing.

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