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Choice of instrument modulates the direction the art evolves: what I want to do now isn't necessarily what I'll be wanting to do a year from now. I just know that right now, the ruggedness and size of the APC40 I'm using is an issue for me.
There are the obvious comparisons between the Ohm & the CNTRL:R (buttons, faders, size, expansion, etc), and the availability of random user scripts based on the differing popularity of both units. I'm seriously attracted to having so many rotaries at my disposal with the CNTRL:R but fear limiting my button pushing options, and the Ohm seems to be more 'popular' (read: more possibility of sharing information with a broader range of users).
I travel quite a bit, so a compact unit is paramount: I'm comparing only the OhmRGB Slim. (Think I'll want the expansion capabilities on the CNTL:R for future tweaks?)
If you've already gone thru this comparison process, I'd be interested in hearing your thoughts, and especially your post purchase thoughts. Not to be a data whore, but since I've found few controllerists do the same thing, if you also have any YouTube's or blog posts on how your relate to your system, that'd be immensely helpful.
(Random note: Will Marshall's Ohm script includes a [Shift]+button feature - I'm looking on the Ohm Editor for this & will probably purchase the Mr Marshall's script just to see how it's done, but has anyone been able to code a [Shift]+button on the CNTRL:R? Yeah, different than banking - I need the banks too. heh heh)