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Although a keyboard and mouse are tried-and-true DAW-control devices, they’re far more effective when used in tandem with the FaderPort™ 16’s precise tactile control over mix and automation functions. A superior solution for anyone who mixes in the box, only the FaderPort 16 provides 16 100 mm touch-sensitive, motorized faders and 89 buttons covering 104 different functions, all in a compact chassis that easily sits on any desk. Quickly zoom in on audio files for editing, modify plug-in parameters, manage aux mixes—and, of course, control track levels with the touch of a finger. With the FaderPort 16, you’ll enjoy the fastest, most efficient workflow you’ve ever experienced. Rather than forcing you to revise your mixing method, the FaderPort 16 augments the way you currently mix. You still use your faithful keyboard and mouse for things they do well, and the FaderPort 16 handles what you really want to get your fingers on: your mix. Having the ability to control the levels of 16 channels at once makes creating the perfect mix easier than ever before. And the FaderPort 16 allows you to view just the information you need to access. Sixteen digital scribble strips provide visual feedback. Quickly navigate between tracks and buses. Need to automate your virtual instruments? The FaderPort 16 lets you view just those tracks, making switching automation tasks a breeze. This is DAW control the way you always hoped it could be!


PreSonus Expands Control Surface Offerings with FaderPort 16 PreSonus dealers in late November 2017 for a U.S. MAP/street price of $999.95. For more information, please visit

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Considering a Touchscreen System?

I am considering jumping the touchscreen ship. Looking at the Presonus Faderport 16 as an option to go along with my Console 1 for use with Studio One on a Windows PC.

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Softube Console 1 WOW!!!

Thanks for showing me this tip. That is great. Much better than scrolling through the FP16 banks to locate the selected channel. Cheers!

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