This saves you time no matter what you are doing on your machine, and I doubt I need to remind you that saving time is earning you money.
I was understandably excited when I first started hooking up my MC Control in my home studio. I knew that this piece of gear would evolve my workflow as an audio engineer and a video editor, but I honestly did not expect that it would be so easy to set up. Much like my Mac, it required merely installing the software and I was up and running.
Today’s media professionals need to be extremely adept at learning new software with so many powerful tools in various DAWs and non-linear editors. If your workflow demands multiple DAWs or NLEs, or even if you use lots of shortcuts, the MC Control allows you to easily streamline your workflow. Engineers in the digital age know that the hard part about all these DAWs is keeping them straight, and being equally efficient in across the board. The MC Control comes to the rescue. It is application aware, meaning it will recall appropriate presets whenever any OS X app is active, and even lets you switch between applications with the push of a button.
This saves you time no matter what you are doing on your machine, and I doubt I need to remind you that saving time is earning you money. It even ships with thoughtfully organized shortcuts for every major DAW (and Final Cut Pro), so you’re saving time from the moment you start using it.
Ever since I installed the software and plugged in the MC Control, I’ve been adding EQ, compression, and reverb, and mixing without even touching my mouse! The faders are responsive and high resolution, you’ll love how they fly. So, if you’re a serious engineer or video editor and you want to save time and money, buy an MC Control, you’ll be investing in yourself.