m.phase DAW Remote Brings Multi-Touch Gesture Control To DAWs

mphase-daw-controlMphase Studio has introduced m.phase Daw Remote – a new way of controlling your favorite DAW (Digital Audio Workstation), using intuitive multi touch gestures.

m.phase supports Mackie Control protocol and HUI protocol and works with both MAC and Windows. It’s designed to replace clicking and dragging with a computer mouse with multi-touch control.

Officially supported DAWs include:

  • Avid Pro Tools
  • Apple Logic
  • Steinberg Cubase / Nuendo
  • Ableton Live
  • Cockos Reaper

It also works with other DAWs that support Mackie Control and HUI.

Here’s a demo of m.phase DAW Remote in action:


  • multi touch gestures for all implemented remote features like volume, pan, mute/solo, …
  • blind control helps you to focus on your creativity
  • highly secure gestures to avoid accidental changes
  • ultimate user experience with beautifully designed animations
  • one to rule them all – every DAW works the same way
  • well documented setup instructions
  • compatible with MAC and Windows

m.phase DAW Remote is available now for US $19.99. See the Mphase Studio site for more info.

If you’ve used m.phase DAW Remote, leave a comment and let us know what you think of it!

6 thoughts on “m.phase DAW Remote Brings Multi-Touch Gesture Control To DAWs

  1. Perhaps they would have been better to actually, you know, explain what they were doing, how it was working and what was going on rather than putting a terrible soundtrack to a video that means little without description…I’m sure it’s all very clever and great but i would never buy that based on the video..and yes I checked their website too…missed opportunity guys..no sale.

  2. Hi guys,
    I just found this article about our app :).
    sorry for the (currently) missing hands-on videos. we’re already working on a few tutorial videos where we explain the app.

    the m.phase team

  3. Now here’s one that’s so elegant, its nudging me towards a $#@! iPad a little more. 😛 I don’t mind running Logic “by hand,” but this seems far more approachable than transport controls on a controller. I’m still wary of adding another whole computer to my work load, but its not the synths that are really drawing me; its the editors and smarter utilities like this one. Just don’t forget your old chops if the pad crashes on you. I prefer a ‘real’ mixer GUI because I was raised on it, but despite the choppy video, this feels like a good idea.

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