CC Controller For Strings

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2018/10/06 07:41:38 (permalink)

CC Controller For Strings

Hi there,
Im looking to improve my strings with some vibrato/modulation/expression via a fader controller.Im using Sonar X3 and East West Composer Cloud.My keyboard is an old Roland ,great 88 weighted keys but no mod wheel and no input for an expression pedal,budget is non existent.I was thinking of maybe the Korg Nanocontrol.Just after peoples opinions and any other suggestions in the same price bracket.
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Justin
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    Zargg
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    Re: CC Controller For Strings 2018/10/06 18:18:04 (permalink)
    Hi. I've been looking for a similar solution, though I want mine to do more.
    The Mackie CR4 or the BehringerBRC are my contenders so far.
    After getting a Maschine mkII, I'm reconsidering my use/need of/for another controller.
    Nope sue if it helps or not.
    Best of luck.

    Ken Nilsen
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    Re: CC Controller For Strings 2018/10/06 19:39:10 (permalink)
    Thanks Ken
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    Re: CC Controller For Strings 2018/10/06 21:42:03 (permalink)
    I think the NanoKontrol should be able to do the job. It’s been a while since I used one but as I recall you can assign any MIDI CC to the sliders.

    Another option might be the nanopad, the X/Y touch pad can be used to send CCs. One direction for mod (CC1) and one for another CC (aftertouch?) might be useful.

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