If you like your control surfaces to be versatile as well as tactile, the Sensel Morph might be for you.
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Reviews: Control Surface
The updated FaderPort aims to give you comprehensive DAW control with a single fader.
IK’s iRig Stomp I/O bridges the gap between hardware and software, both on stage and in the studio.
The iRig Keys I/O offers a one-cable keyboard controller solution for computer- and iPad-based musicians.
Welcome to the world’s smallest serious DAW control surface!
The KeyLab Essential condenses Arturia’s core controller capabilities into one cut-down package.
Are the Maschine 3 and Komplete Kontrol 2 enough to keep NI at the top of the integrated controller/software game?
Expressive E’s Touché is a hardware controller like no other.
ROLI have taken their forward-thinking multitouch technology and applied it to an imaginative modular control system.
The Faderport 8 offers tight Studio One integration at a very attractive price.
Can NI’s new performance controller preserve Maschine’s status as king of the beat stations?
Some people are happy to drive their DAWs and video editors entirely from a keyboard and mouse. For others, the Contour Designs Shuttle Pro v2 might appeal.
Behringer’s X-Touches offer affordable DAW control and tight integration with the company’s X-Air system.
Physically, the AXOS Panner is a compact free-standing control unit, which connects via a single USB cable to the DAW host....
This month we look at the Apple Watch and the BandLab collaboration app.
Ableton have released major new versions of their two flagship products, Live and Push. Live 9.5 is free to owners of Live 9. Meanwhile, and more importantly, there is a new Push controller.
What Windows music software works well with multi-touch screens, and what feels a bit out of touch? Find out in our in-depth guide.
Softube are out to make DAW mixing more like using a large-format console. Can Console 1 liberate us from mouse and keyboard?
Nektar's Panorama P1 is a control surface with a lot going for it — especially if you use Cubase or Reason.