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AudioSwift for macOS lets you use a trackpad as MIDI controller surface in your DAW. You will be able to move one or two faders at the same time, set the values of the panning, sends, master fader, write automation and use the trackpad as a jog wheel, all by just using simple touches and without the need of moving the mouse pointer, or click and drag over each parameter. AudioSwift also let you make beats, play notes in a key and use the trackpad as an XY pad.

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Reviewed By PSR B1257+12
February 4th, 2022

This is a very, very handy utility.

It takes a bit of getting used to setting it up and using it, but it's well worth the effort. It does exactly what I wanted; provides a flexible virtual controller that turns my MacBook's trackpad into an X/Y pad, a set of sliders, or a trigger pad that can be customized and configured to work with my DAW or other MIDI apps. I haven't explored using it as a mixer control yet. I like the use of the MacBook Touchbar for quick access to switching modes and transport controls; one of the few apps that justify using the Touchbar, in my experience.

Give it a try - there is a free trial demo which provides a full version of AudioSwift that can be used for 15 days.

Response from Nigel Rios from AudioSwift on February 15th, 2022

Thanks for the review!

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