Tangerine Automation Interface for Flying Faders
The future is now!
- Standalone Edition
- Technician Edition
Following in the steps of our flagship TAI for SSL E/G consoles, this TAI brings the same modern DAW-controlled automation to the Flying Faders platform.
The original Flying Faders system was sold with an aging automation computer and uses a fragile optical link to transmit control data between the faders and the interface. Though the faders still work well, the automation system is now obsolete. Updating it has become a costly, frustrating endeavour.
Enter the Tangerine Automation Interface for Flying Faders! This system fits into the original Flying Faders card cage and uses the existing servo card, cabling, and faders. It costs less than other systems and gives you more than the original ever could.
The TAI connects your Flying Faders console to your favourite DAW via our Injektor Plug-In (AAX, AU, VST), using REAPER or over HUI. It allows you to control fader automation from within the same project you’re mixing. It supports all widely used automation modes (OFF, READ, WRITE, TRIM, TOUCH).
Standalone features are available even without a computer. The TAI can control Mutes, Solos, Groups and Links.
Console snapshots are available as well—the same kind that would be found on a live digital mixing console; they’re particularly useful for multi-day tracking sessions.
Tests & Diagnostics
The TAI includes a powerful diagnostics suite to help bring vintage faders back to life.
With these tests, you can verify the communication between the card-cage and the faders and isolate any issue with individual fader components.
The TAI makes it possible to test motors, switches, and LEDs across your entire Flying Faders system. A great addition to any technician’s bench.
Modular and customisable
from 8 to 96+ channels with virtually no limit on channel count.
One card fits all workflows
- In INJEKTOR workflow, the TAI brings direct READ/WRITE/TOUCH/TRIM automation of faders and mutes directly in any AAX/AU/VST compatible DAW.
- In REAPER workflow, the TAI allows for tape-based mixing workflows using no additional hardware synchronizer.
- In HUI workflow, the TAI allows for direct DAW control using your console’s faders as input controllers.