Do ableton plan to support eucon?

eucon is a protocol used by euphonix mixing desks/controllers. The protocol is much faster and supports more features than the old midi standard. It would be nice to utilise this.

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Rave 3 years ago | 1 comment

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  • hmj
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    By the way, Mackie Control is a complete hit or miss. I have an Artists Mix that is completely useless with Ableton. I've set up everything correctly but the program just doesn't read it. So not only is the best prosumer protocol not supported but neither is the device. 

    For production and creative Ableton is SUPREME but No eucon + no AU Waves = Toy when it comes to mixing.

    3 years ago | 2 comments
  • surfin
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    I can not get my Euphonix MC Control to work via mackie control with all latest software updates.... Please support Eucon properly.

    3 years ago | 1 comment
  • Yoko_Ono
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    +1 for eucon in Ableton!

    1 year ago | 0 comments
  • hmj
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    Nope the Euphonix stuff is not Ableton compatible even though it's compatible all other major DAW's. I'm really starting to wonder how much the Ableton guys care about making this program a legit mixing powerhouse because as amazing as Live is it sure does have some SERIOUS drawbacks in the mixing dept.

    3 years ago | 0 comments
  • polar_bear
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    Sure do hope Ableton decides to support Eucon. There are no other viable control surfaces out there for serious mixing. I don't mean DJ toys, but a "real" mixing control surface with 100mm motorized faders etc. So Ableton - please support Eucon ASAP unless you can come out with your own similar product even sooner!

    7 months ago | 0 comments
  • AMIEL
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    Nowadays  all DAWs need great mixing control and features!

    1 year ago | 0 comments
  • kyo_acid
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    I want an Avid Artist mixer. It's EUCON. Ableton isn't.

    Any known work-around here until the bods at Ableton 'sort it out'?

    10 months ago | 0 comments
  • samsteeno
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    We neeed eucon support. I hate mixing in Ableton with my mouse and trackpad. So disconnecting and interrupts the creative flow.

    3 months ago | 0 comments
  • UNORTHODOX SOUNDS
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    +1000000 for EUCON support!!!

    3 months ago | 0 comments
  • kflak
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    + many many many...

    2 months ago | 0 comments
  • kleine Ableton staff
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    Using a Euphonix Artist Controller with Live requires first setting up EuCon for Mackie Control. Live will then connect via the Mackie Control protocol.

    Go to the Euphonix website and read the application setup manuals: http://euphonix.avid.com/artist/ux/euphonix/artist_downloads.html

    In particular, read the chapters for Ableton Live, Mackie Control and the EUCON Application Setup Guide

     
    3 years ago | 5 comments
  • Silversix
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    + 500 for EUCON support, seriously...

    7 months ago | 0 comments
  • Phil Sonic
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    I have 2 artist mix's

    I can use them for volume and pan using mackie control mode. It's better than nothing but a real shame they aren't fully supported like Logic, Cubase, Pro Tools. If the controller support was open source we could get a collective going and get it done.

    7 months ago | 0 comments
  • franzkk
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    EUCON support please !

    2 months ago | 0 comments

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