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CC121 features full plug and play with Cubase, requiring no additional setup as a controller device. A swift, one-step installation procedure as a USB device is all that’s required. Once the CC121 has been installed, Cubase detects the device when launched, and automatically binds CC121 into the Cubase production environment. To reflect this, the "Cubase Ready" lamp lights up — CC121 is ready to assume control. Instant plug and play is just one of the advantages of CC121 as a fully integrated controller with Cubase, bonding with Cubase to form one exhilaratingly powerful hardware/software production system.

The CC121 is powered using the USB bus on your computer. This means simply connecting the CC121 to a USB port offers full control over Cubase. When the included AC adaptor is also connected, the precision fader is motorized, accurately displaying the volume level on the selected track.


Softube releases American Class A console emulation

Hmm, strange.... there must be something wrong with my brain as it works perfect for me... Better than any Controller (Mackie Hui, Mackie Control, Steinberg CC121 and Faderport) I had so far

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How many use the stock Cubase EQ?

I use Cubase standard EQ a LOT. Not least because I have the CC121 controller which makes it very practical. The situations where I don't use Cubase EQ is: * removing resonances and such, there I use TDR Nova with some automatic dynamic matching * occasional character EQ pultec style * master bus, there I...

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I don't get volume automation!?

1. Hmm... might look into setting up a shortcut or two for that. 2. Yeah. There is that option too. Both: downside is that I can’t use the fader on my CC121 to do the rides. Well, well. Thanks for input kfhkh

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