updated 07:10 am EST, Fri November 16, 2007
Edirol M-16DX v2
Edirol today released an update to its M-16DX 2.0 software, enabling DAW controller capabilities. M-16DX is a digital production console that includes a total of 18 inputes, mixing, 24/96 processing, a 3-band sweepable EQ and three professional quality effects. The breakout box is designed to be placed away from the control surface for maximum ease of use. The free software includes Cakewalk SONAR and Apple Logic modes, enabling them to be controlled by the knobs on the M-16DX hardware. The updated software is available from the M-16DX site, and is available for no extra charge to current users.
The new software is not limited to Logic and SONAR, it can be used to control any software that has a MIDI learn facility such as Reason, Ableton Live, and many soft synths. In addition to providing MIDI control, the Scene Memory function has doubled from eight to 16 memory slots, and each memory is editable while it is loaded.