MC Control, MC Mix, and MC Transport comprise the Artist Series family of media controllers. They use a 100 Mbs Ethernet EUCON™ connection to control audio and video applications running on a workstation computer. EUCON is a high-speed communication protocol and enables control of virtually every application feature. Each Artist Series media controller can run as a standalone device. Up to four MC Mixes can be used with one MC Control and/or one MC Transport to create a larger control surface. Artist Series media controllers borrow many features from the MC Pro and System 5-MC. The MC Control supports two types of applications:[list][*]EUCON-aware applications (such as Pro Tools™ 9.0 and higher, Cubase, Logic Pro, and Nuendo) directly support the EUCON protocol. They provide the highest level of integration, high-resolution controls, and high-speed connectivity.[*]Non-EUCON-aware applications that support Mackie Control or HUI (such as Pro Tools 8.x and lower, Live, and Reason) can use many functions but are less integrated than EUCON-aware applications. MC Control can provide some functionality over non-EUCON-aware applications that do not support HUI or Mackie Control by sending out keystroke commands over EUCON.
You havent spent enough time with the MC control to see the real value of it. If I had to choose between the mix or the control it would be the control hands down. Getting rid of that one totally dilutes the experience of these controllers. Give it time, its not instant gratification.
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