The new Steinberg DAW controller

If this is supposedly coming out soon, why is it that the only bit of advance marketing (that I’m aware of) is a truly poor and vague youtube video? If it’s going to be all that, why aren’t they disseminating some details?

Also, personally, I have no interest in a touch-screen option. I want knobs and faders and buttons :laughing:

I want voice control.

It is a dedicated Loopmash Controller. :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

Hey Doug,
Which video are you referring to? I found a couple different ones but not sure which one is “new”.
I saw one where a guy had four panels of 12 or so channels each with motorized faders and a central control panel.
Looked like thousands of dollars though. Just curious…

Oh? The one I saw was just some vague comments by various (what looked like) actors. I’ll take a look at this other – thanks!

Link please. So we know what you’re on about.
This is it. It looks like a custom job. Incredible.
I also saw this…
But I have heard talk of the Houston controller before. I’m not sure if it is out yet though. Can’t seem to find it at any online stores.

Steinberg dropped Houston Controller years ago, I think it was never a fully working device, a lot of unhappy users.


Nothing new under the sun.
My very, very old Tascam us 428 have all that functions (in small siza, of course).

Must be this one,
I recommend not watching.

It looks like a custom job. Incredible.


I am of two minds about this.

On one hand…
this is koool sh1t and I would love to have access to it.

On the other hand…
somehow this looks old. Almost like ‘Frankenstein knobs’. :imp:

As much as I hate to admit it, I believe the future to
controlling/inputing computers is touch pad/speech technology.

something like this

to bad the cost of the iPad puts the full solution out of reach. a dedicated device with one large pane of glass would kill.

I use this on my iPad so I can record sitting at my drum kit a d I love it

but I don’t think I can give up my TASCAM DM-24

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How easy/hard is it to turn a knob on a touch-screen? That’s what concerns me