Resolume Controller Concept

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Resolume Controller Concept

Post by rawdesigns » Thu Mar 27, 2014 06:49

Hey guys just wanted to share some renders of this simple controller concept which I think would work lovely with Resolume. Maybe someday! :)

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Re: Resolume Controller Concept

Post by cosmowe » Thu Mar 27, 2014 16:51

Hey Rawdesign,
nice concept...and really inspiring. hmmmm..maybe I'll give it a try and also create one...maybe.

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Re: Resolume Controller Concept

Post by drazkers » Thu Mar 27, 2014 19:31

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I wouldn't want the knob between the buttons and faders, its an obstacle when moving from your fader to a button and kinda a no no in design.

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Re: Resolume Controller Concept

Post by rawdesigns » Thu Mar 27, 2014 20:09

yeah I love that APC 40mk2 I would get one asap but they are a bit out of my price range my mk1 will do for now
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Re: Resolume Controller Concept

Post by He2neg » Fri Mar 28, 2014 00:44

thwe old apc40 has bigger buttons so its more easy to handle when you are on fire ;)

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Re: Resolume Controller Concept

Post by Basic » Fri Mar 28, 2014 06:38

This design is cool. Nice to have a crack at it. Looks like the APC is doing a good thing with the Mk 2. Still though this isn't a bad idea at all. Be interesting to see what the Res peeps thinks. Remember the react?

One thought is that the UI might change in the next version perhaps? ***I do not know if that's the case just making a suggestion. Maybes a controller for version 5?
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Re: Resolume Controller Concept

Post by Joris » Fri Mar 28, 2014 12:38

Be interesting to see what the Res peeps thinks.
Would you like to know our thoughts on having a controller built especially for Resolume, or on the layout of this specific concept?

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Re: Resolume Controller Concept

Post by rawdesigns » Sat Mar 29, 2014 00:22

I sure hope you guys have something in the works! next level for Resolume is hardware and Id love to have a controller that's an extension to the software
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Re: Resolume Controller Concept

Post by Basic » Sat Mar 29, 2014 05:38

Joris wrote:
Be interesting to see what the Res peeps thinks.
Would you like to know our thoughts on having a controller built especially for Resolume, or on the layout of this specific concept?
A controller built especially for Resolume. I wasn't too clear :)
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Re: Resolume Controller Concept

Post by dirtyjohn_lv » Sat Mar 29, 2014 21:23

2 x A&H Xone K2
1 x Novation Launchpad

64 clip trigger (or more if you get creative and create banks)
8 faders, with buttons in the right place for flashing and quick effects, 24 rotary knobs with buttons for dashboard/opacity whatever control
8 endless encoders with push button

I've often thought of a USB controller that could double as a video/lighting controller (kind of like MAonPC command wing).

To much R&D and not enough time, setup listed above is about as close as I can get :p

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