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  1. Cheers guys been slowly doing my research (only thought about doing this today). I was originally looking at buying a second hand Tascam US-2400 but i think for the price i can build a unit thats twice the size with LCD's displays and better metering. I run a small recording studio in Melbourne, Australis and working ITB can be a little boring so having a large DAW controller looks impressive for clients, and also helps me save time and energy. After researching i think i will build a 40 fader unit with solo's mutes and and pan controls for each channel as well as all the added controls on the end. I will let you know how i'm going over time and i'm sure I'll be asking for help a lot :) It will be a slow build over the next few months as money becomes available. the one thing i will need to work out right now is how wide the unit will be as i'm also in the process of building a new studio desk that holds all my rack gear, monitors and patch bays.... Cheerios Chris
  2. Cool i will look it up. I was just interested in knowing if someone had done this build and after buying all the faders the casing etc. What there build cost came too. Cheerio Chris
  3. Hey guys, I'm new here so go easy. I'm interested in building from scratch a Controller for my DAW. I've built preamps and the like before so hopefully the building part wont be that bad. What i'm more interested in is the price. I was wondering how much i should expect to pay to build a unit to these specs 33 faders 32 standard and 1 master. Push buttons for solo, mute. Pan controls on every channel. Display above every channel similar to what people are building for the Us-2400, something to display track name pan position and metering. Controls on the side to change banks for the faders to control 64 channels in the DAW a play, pause, record button and maybe if possible a jog wheel or the like to move around in the DAW. And if possible a plug in controller.. Cheers