I was wondering if anyone has had success using control surfaces from different manufacturers at the same time with Cubase Pro.
I am presently considering buying several hardware control surfaces so that i can get the level of control I desire over each element of Cubase.
In particular, I am thinking of buying a Softube Console 1 to give me control over Channel Strip style plug ins (i.e. EQ / Comp / Gate etc).
I was thinking of combining that with several Behringer X touch / expander units
so as to give me basic control over levels / pan, transport control etc.
I was also thinking of completing the combination with a CC121 as well,
so as to allow me to have control over 4 aux sends, without forcing me to mess around with the other control surfaces in order to change the use of the fader banks.
I figure that as Softube use their own software to allow control,
X touch uses the MCU protocol
and CC121 uses its own Steinberg driver which is separate to HUI / MCU / EUCON / Softube’s own software.
Then it is possible that this combination may very well work
even if it won’t be as pretty as some of the other solutions
*but will cost significantly less than any thing else that gives the same level of control over Cubase on the present market).
Anyone have any feedback with regards to using this combination ideally from experience.