Euphonix - tactile controllers for Final Cut Studio
For over 20 years Euphonix have been a leading manufacturer of large-format digital audio consoles, media controllers, and peripherals. The company is now offering to video artists a range of accessories which compliment Final Cut Studio and also work in conjunction with Logic Studio.
These key products include:
MC Control brings speed, resolution and DAW integration of Euphonix's high-end pro consoles to the personal studio in a ergonomic, slim-line design. MC Control fits perfectly between keyboard and screen, and can be connected to additional MC Mix units to create a larger mixing control surface. This provides for tactile interaction between the Final Cut editor and the computer, with little need for keyboard and mouse.
Key features include:
Customizable touch-screen interface
12 assignable soft keys
4 touch-sensitive motorized faders
8 touch-sensitive rotary encoders
Jog/shuttle/zoom wheel and transport controlsFinal Cut Studio
Provides 8 faders to mix your audio direct in Final Cut Pro or Soundtrack Pro. Brings mixing speed, resolution and DAW integration of Euphonix's high-end professional consoles to the personal studio. The faders and rotary encoders enable fast access to pan, EQ and plug-ins with clear metering and info displays. Add MC Control and/or extra MC Mix units for larger systems.
MC Transport is a compact media controller that offers professional, hands-on control and navigation of all your favorite audio and video applications. MC Transport's ultra-high resolution jog wheel and shuttle ring, ergonomic transport controls and programmable Soft Keys deliver one-handed access to almost every facet of your project.
MC Color offers precise control and integration with Apple's Color 1.5, providing colorists with high-resolution trackballs, trackwheels, touch-sensitive encoders and a host of programmable keys in a slim-line design. MC Color attaches to your Mac via Ethernet, and can be used as a standalone color grader, or together with other Euphonix media controllers to build a larger, integrated video editing control surface.