Behringer X-Touch Compact

Universal Remote Control for DAWs

  • Mackie Control Mode for integration with all music software
  • 9 Touch-sensitive 100 mm motor faders
  • 16 Rotary potentiometers
  • 39 Buttons for direct access to key functions
  • Built-in USB/MIDI interface for direct connection with Mac or PC standard MIDI in/out
  • Dimensions: (H x W x D): 100 x 391 x 301 mm
  • Weight: 3.7 kg
  • Matching case: Article 380808 (not included)

Further Information

USB Yes
Bluetooth No
5-pole DIN MIDI Yes
Ethernet No
Fader 9
Rotary Encoders 16
Audio I/O No
Transport Function Yes
Footswitch connection Yes
Foot Controller Connection Yes
Bus-Powered No
Jog Yes
Joystick No

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Laivheli, 25.05.2020
I wanted to use it with Midas M32C and or Pro Tools.
First, integration with Pro Tools is not possible.
Setting up the Compact (in MC mode) to work with Midas M32C was a bit trickey but finally got it working. The motorized faders are cool and I like these. The functionality is not the best for that kind of usage, since some knobs do nothing. Sometimes it does not connect properly and needs a couple of restarts, but it will work eventually.
The Compact model does not have LAN connection while X-Touch Extender has. It is a huge difference. Also, both P-Touch and P-Touch Extender can work with Pro Tools while P-Touch Compact cannot.
It is not exactly I was looking for.
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Pleasantly Surprised!
16.08.2016
When ordering this I was worried the build quality might be really cheap but as soon as I took it out of the box them worries went away. Although obviously not a high end product it does seem surprisingly sturdy and I was also surprised by it's weight, which was more than I had expected. So far it has been reasonably easy to set up and start using although mapping out every knob and button will still take some figuring out. Other than the necessary tinkering I haven't yet come across any sizeable cons. On the pro side, it's easy to use, quick to set up and obviously a nice compact size. One notable pro is the fact it does not require drivers to function so if you have no internet connection or simply can't be bothered searching for drivers you don't need to worry. That being said there are some customization features that will be missing without drivers.

In summary: Only getting started with this but so far so good.
1: Easy to use.
2: Easy to set up.
3: Not too noisy despite what some people say
4: Looks and feels better than expected.

Great value for money
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Awesome stuff for the money
KeyJay, 27.11.2018
I'm using the X-Touch Compact with Samplitude Pro X3 and it works perfectly via Mackie protocol. Rebinding buttons and knobs is easy, faders feel very good for the money. I'd say that the impressions are very similar to Avid's Artist Control, that is overprices like hell.

The faders might be a bit too loud if you are in a quiet part of a song or movie, but again - it is awesome for its price.
One more thing - it doesn't support HUI protocol, so you will not be able to use it with Pro Tools (in that case go for full X-Touch).
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ok.. but not the best in its class
xebastorbju, 22.10.2019
Bought this controller for use with Ableton live,
I have a ton of midi controllers mainly APC's so I can only compare to these.

the controllers build is okay, not the sturdiest and the knobs and faders are of medium quality.
Software integration proved to be a bit tricky at first but it does work, i found that for the same price akai offers a much better option minus the power supply.

motorized faders are cool but I failed to find a use for them.

The midi controller market is quite competitive and you can most probably find something which is much more portable and easier to integrate with your daw
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