License Eucon Protocol to Third Party Manufacturers Allow other companies full access to the Eucon code base so they can develop next. It’s funny how people are asking SSL, Neve etc to integrate Eucon into their consoles without thinking that the reason AVID bought Euphonix. Everywhere this protocol is brought up, it’s highly praised. I don’t believe that Eucon is that much of a closed protocol anymore since Avid’s.

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It’s a shame, it’s a very promising control protocol. I’m another who would like to know more about this. There’s a guy on the Reaper forums that reversed engineered EuCon for use in Reaper. Instead of the classic console-like shape of the controller why not have protool huge touch-screen and be able to touch Pro Tools directly without the need of another app to bridge the gap?

An example of this is e. Send a private message to RBowlin. I think thats the best bet at getting max and Eucon to play nice.

I found this http: Does pro tools support mcu? Originally Posted by RBowlin I certainly econ so. The MCU is limited at 9bit step but it’s an hardware limitation, data still 16bit. I am of the impression aviod would not want such a venture.

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It is basically a hardware MIDI controller with rotary encoder knobs that works together with a dedicated plug-in also called Console 1 which ships with the hardware. I would love for DP to be able to see one of these surfaces as a Eucon surface with the Eucon interactiveness. May 10 But human jitter is more in the 8bit range here Zam. Haven’t received registration validation E-mail?


I would be interested in your project at hand by the way. All Avid control surfaces employ this protocol — the Artist Mix is a great example of such a product.

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Euphonix has the “EuCon” protocol, which is a high-speed Ethernet control protocol: Not to mention two-way fader feedback. As long as eucon is in the daw then any automation upgrades are basically unnecessary. It is a two second job with the mouse. As suggested in the first post, it would be theoretically possible to sniff the TCP or UDP packets if one was motivated enough.

If you set up the daw to output pre-fader directly to the converter then any moves that happen only effect the analog side and the output of the daw remains the same.

But trying to get any info I can for a project maybe even a SDK Maybe a better control surface implementation will emerge from this that’s better for all controller users. Also eucon itself is organized in some object-oriented way, which makes it suitable for using it via max.

Such products already exist and the most successful one is made by Slate Digital. I’m still kind of hoping Frontier will do something similar but for less money and, of course, their great and personal service. We have a Euphonix MC Mix in the studio. I run analogue PI driver with excellent result Try Max free for 30 days. It has been left in the software for legacy purposes. Reaper could slip right in to users who have those rigs, and there are a lot of them.

EuCon protocol support is now available for: I found an AES paper giving an high level overview of the protocol: I think that in my dream studio I would have both a version of the Raven console and the Console 1.


Future Sonar Support for EuCon Protocol?

I will test and try HUI protocole in 10bit. Note that not all plug-ins are mapped automatically. Ok I just check again Check out these other articles: After you get used to working one of these I am sure that it can come in handy, especially for those working with post-production.

This is the only protocol that is fully implemented in Pro Tools.

The Eufon is simply to slow and the acces methods for querying and proocol parameters are too limited. And such an endorsement reflects a lot more than the opinion of some hard-headed audio engineers. Avid actually offers a developer program with access to the Eucon protocol, but I applied and have yet to hear back. Find More Posts by musicbynumbers. You tell me whar a man gits his corn pone, en I’ll tell you what his ‘pinions is.

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In pro tools hui is limited to a max of 32 physical faders This is even if we called it wucon else. Sounds to me like 21st century midi.

Advice for doing this on my own is also welcome. However, I might watch this one and keep it in mind for the next unexpected windfall If I was going for form over function to impress clients, these would be my choice We’re considering buying an S3 control surface and would dearly like to be able to use it to control Max.