What is QMAP?

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QMap delivers in practice what all 3rd party controllers promise in theory:
Analogue-style workflow.
The variety and flexibility of the elements that QMap weaves together gives it the deep yet intuitive integration normally only found in controller solutions costing thousands. 

 With QMap you get ergonomically re-mapped surface controls, new & unique scripting,
hundreds of carefully crafted macros, a Bome Midi Translator Pro module plus 
bespoke device overlays with high-legibility metallicised text.

In modern production sessions the power of the modern daw is so total
they render standard Mackie Control setups unfit for purpose.
The artificial limits imposed by these scripts are unnecessarily restrictive, forcing the user into
reaching for the mouse so often that it remains a ball and chain on productivity.  

Hardware control is always faster and more efficient provided that enough control elements are implemented, and that is why QMap was conceived.
Its entire raison d'être is to allow you to centralise your production session on your hardware
to the fullest extent possible, retaining effectiveness even with the computer monitor turned off.

QMap v3 builds on but streamlines various aspects of its core control logic, gives even faster access to various controls and data feedback, extends user customisation options and offers a new and improved skin/On-Screen-Display with master/selected channel section plus a raft of other tweaks and improvements.

QMap is available for Studio One 5.

Currently supported devices are listed Here

Where is QMap?!

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QMap is developed from a bedroom in the UK and has a growing user-base all over the world.

QMap overlays can be shipped worldwide.

If you don't see your country as a destination when ordering, let me know and I'll add it.