Novation’s Automap controll Software Musical development software has been in existence since the 1960s. Like any other technology. It has been refined and improved over the years to arguably its best ever state. Today, computers can make musical notes by themselves and it is widely acknowledged that the future of music is computer based.
There are a number of good Novation’s Automap Control Software currently in the market but perhaps the most expressive of them all is the Novation Impulse. There are three versions of the Novation Impulse from which you can choose from; the 61, 49 and 25 key versions. However, The Impulse 49 is the subject of our focus. It comes with smooth and easy to use function knobs, 45mm faders, a custom-made LCD screen, and numerous buttons to enhance your experience.
Use of the Novation Impulse 49 with DAW software:
The Novation Impulse 49 is designed to work with all major DAW including Fruity Loops Studio, Studio One, Garage Band, Logic, Cubase, Sonar, ProTools and Ableton (which is included upon purchase of Impulse). All you need to do is to install any of the supported DAWs into either your Windows or Mac and connect your Novation Impulse to your PC and create music.
Do you have to use DAW software with the Impulse 49?
While it is not necessary for you to use DAW Systems to create music with this device, it is advisable to do so if you are to get the best out of both the Novation Impulse and the DAW software. It allows you to be more hands-on with the DAW in use making your music more expressive and precise.
Novation’s Automap Control Software is currently running at version 4.1. A free update is available to all users and is much easier to set up than its predecessors and offers a better-streamlined workflow. If you’re looking to buy a new DAW controller whether it’s for work, school or just for fun then you should definitely consider Novation’s Automap Control Software.