Support for PreSonus FaderPort

The PreSonus FaderPort is a hardware control surface device that connects to your computer via USB, delivering transport and mixing control. You can use the device to start and stop audio playback and recording, adjust volume with the motorized fader, control pan, and automation. All functions happen in real time along with other functions.

For more information, see PreSonus FaderPort.

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Note: Audition does not support the FaderPort 8 device.

To use FaderPort with Audition, follow these steps:

  1. Select Edit > Preferences > Control Surface (Windows) or Adobe Audition CC > Preferences > Control Surface (MAC).

    Preference setting
    Preference setting

  2. In the Preferences dialog box, click Add

    Add Preferences
    Add Preferences

  3. In the Add Control Surface dialog box, select PreSonus FaderPort.

    Add control surface
    Add control surface

  4. To configure MIDI input devices and MIDI output devices, click Settings.

    Control surface settings
    Control surface settings

  5. To edit button assignment settings, click Button Assignments.

    Button Assignments setting
    Button Assignments setting

  6. Click OK

    PreSonus FaderPort is now ready to be used with Audition.

Support for Mackie HUI

You can use HUI communications protocol to interface between the audio control surface and Adobe Audition. The protocol allows Audition and a connected hardware control surface to synchronize the states of their faders, buttons, jog wheels, and displays.

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Note: Support for control surfaces that emulate HUI depends on the device’s implementation of the protocol.

To connect your HUI-compatible device with Audition, follow these steps:

  1. Select Edit > Preferences > Control Surface (Windows) or Adobe Audition CC > Preferences > Control Surface (MAC).

  2. In the Preferences dialog box, click Add

  3. In the Add Control Surface dialog box, select HUI.

    Add control surface
    Add control surface
  4. To adjust settings, click Settings

  5. To restrict control surface controls to the control strips, enable the Use Only Channel Strips check box. To allow assignment to application commands via the Control Surface Button Assignments dialog, the user-defined buttons are still enabled for the device.

    Configure settings
    Configure settings
  6. If you want to display SMPTE frame rates only as the time base displayed on the device, enable the Restrict Time Code to SMPTE check box. If this check box is selected, Bar and Beats, Decimal, Compact Disc, and Custom is not displayed on the control surface.

    Restrict Time Code
    Restrict Time Code
  7. To edit button assignments, click Button Assignments in the Add Control Surface dialog box.

  8. Click OK.

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