Originally Posted by Brad McGowan
I just watched the demo video for the Id. It seems to have some great features but it may be overkill for what I'm doing. Someone explain something to me. I don't know anyone that uses the channel EQ in Nuendo
or Cubase. All these controllers seem to have features that allow you to control the crappy channel EQ with a press of a button. Why not make that "EQ" button assignable to the insert slot of your choice so that you can preload the plugin of your choice and just have it all pre-mapped to that "EQ" button" instead? It would be even better if the DAW software itself would allow you to replace the channel EQ with something else as a default. That would really make me quite a happy guy.
I don't use resident EQ as well, but no problem with Oxford EQ
loaded as VST, parameters spread over control knobs and displays in comfortable way. I'm not sure (as I don't use VST too much in general), but this issue (assigning non Nuendo
EQ to EQ button) if addressed to WK Audio should be resolved quite easily.
In general it's excellent controller with pro feeling. I have MCU, too, but it's toy (although functionally it does what is advertised)