Released in 2016 the X-Touch One claimed to be a compact and more cost-effective one-fader version of the X-Touch. Well, let’s see if any of that holds up under Linux.
- Universal DAW Remote Control for Studio and Live applications
- 34 dedicated illuminated buttons for direct access of key functions
- Supports HUI and Mackie Control protocols for seamless integration with every compatible music production software
- 8-segment LED meter for precise level control
- Various assignment presets that support every major DAW
- Large jog/shuttle wheel and tape-style transport controls for intuitive operation
|CPU||AMD Ryzen 7 1700|
|RAM||Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB|
|Motherboard||MSI B350 Tomahawk|
|GPU||Nvidia Quadro 4000|
|PSU:||EVGA 600 B1|
The X-Touch One is a solid piece of kit if you can come to terms with the fact that Behringer sometimes forgets to put power switches on things. If you need a small form factor control surface with Mackie control that works with Linux give it a look.
No power button.
No brightness control for the jog wheel.