Presonus has downsized its FaderPort 8 and FaderPort 16 into a single-fader format to replace the original model.
Presonus has incorporated elements from the FaderPort 8 into the new and improved FaderPort. Rather than forcing you to revise your mixing method, the FaderPort is designed to augment the way you currently mix. You still use your keyboard and mouse for the things that they do well while the FaderPort handles what you want to get your fingers on: your mix.
The FaderPort’s Session Navigator provides easy access to eight mission-critical functions for maximum flexibility. Use the large encoder button and companion buttons to edit and mix with greater efficiency and speed. Scroll through the timeline using the encoder or work measure by measure with the arrow buttons, zoom in and out with the encoder and make your tracks larger or smaller with the arrow buttons, navigate and drop markers, and maintain constant control of your main level.
A number of protocols are supported, including Mackie Control and HUI. No driver installation is necessary. As you’d expect, FaderPort will have the tightest integration when used with Presonus’s Studio One DAW.