Control 2802

Dual Layer Mixing Console

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Many new users become confused when they start recording and find that their Vocal or other signal from one microphone is placed only on the left in their headphones or speakers. The common question...
If you are having trouble with your Mac clicking or popping, or having any other audio error that causes playback to stop, or not run smoothly please try all the steps below: -Visit the downloads...
Pro Tools and Cubase users: Fader automation data is recorded to your DAW as MIDI data, mod wheel messages are used on MIDI channels 1-8. Once you have recorded the automation, this can be edited in...
The 25 pin D-type connectors on the Control 2802 ( DAW Inputs , Summing Input , and Direct Outputs ) conform to the Tascam DB25 standard, the pinout for which can be found here .
If the faders on your Control 2802 are moving on their own, being moved by another fader or continue to move after a sudden fader movement when using fader automation in Pro Tools you should switch...
The Control 2802 connects to your computer via a standard Ethernet connection (either directly or as part of a wider network) for the transmission of DAW Control data, however this connection does...
If your computer can see the Control 2802 but data doesn't seem to be getting from one to the other reliably, it could be because of other traffic on your network. If connecting the Control 2802 to...
The Focusrite Control 2802 combines both a recording console and a DAW controller into a single device. By toggling the "DAW" button on the device on and off, you can instantly switch between...
As a DAW Controller, the Control 2802 is currently compatible with Pro Tools, Logic, and Cubase/Nuendo.
The Control 2802 automatically dims the OLED displays to conserve power. When you next use the control surface they will return to full brightness.