Beneath all of this is the obligatory browser window that helps you keep track of your tracks, and on the whole, it all works reasonably well. It should also be said that the track count is rather meagre — two channels of audio really isn’t a lot in this day and age. Much cheaper than comparable alternatives. First of these is the aforementioned screen congestion, which gets even worse when you apply one of the fancy fascias on offer. The inputs can be used either to channel audio into your machine Conectiv shows up as an audio interface in any audio application or to accept two channels of time-coded control data more on this shortly. Unfortunately, there are a few flaws. Each of these is time-coded with a signal that the Conectiv hardware transmits to the software, which then decodes it.
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M-Audio Torq Conectiv Software/Interface B&H Photo
Image 3 of 4. Unfortunately, there are a few flaws.
Image 1 of 4. Now the final element of the package: You can customise it slightly, but not with the same success as you can Ableton’s Live and NI’s Traktor. Speaking of Traktor, Torq’s layout will at least be familiar to anybody who’s used that application.
M-Audio Torq Conectiv review | MusicRadar
It should also be said that the track count is rather meagre — two channels of audio really isn’t a lot in this day and age. Ajdio all of this is the obligatory browser window that helps you keep track of your tracks, and on the whole, it all works reasonably well.
Of course, none of this would be worth a jot if the sound was no good, but fortunately, the quality is on a par with any of the other DJing products and just conectvi passable for more general recording duties. Much cheaper than comparable alternatives. It makes Conectiv far more versatile than your standard DJ interface.
Installation is easy this is an M-Audio product, after allbut one look at the Torq software reveals a very cluttered interface. So, while Torq Conectiv is an interesting departure for M-Audio, it hasn’t yet fulfilled its potential.
The Torq Connectiv comprises three parts: Synchrosciende there are the little details, like the fact that accidentally clicking the X in the synchroscieence corner doesn’t produce a reassuring ‘This action will stop audio. But even here, the system falls down where FinalScratch succeeds, as it won’t let you address the headphone output as an extra stereo pair.
The system works pretty well, but unfortunately, it isn’t quite as sharp as FinalScratch or Serato Scratch, so serious turntablists might be left disappointed.
First of these is the aforementioned screen congestion, which gets even worse when you apply one of the fancy fascias on offer. The build quality is rugged enough, too, and the Conectiv is certainly small and light enough to fit into a laptop bag.
All the standard features are here: Torq works with pretty much any type of audio file you throw at it it even scans your iTunes library on launch and the extras include a sampler, effects and the ability to address your plug-in effects folder. The headphone feed, meanwhile, has a mix function so you can hear channel A or B, or a controlled mix of both. Speaking of the interface, known as Conectiv, it offers two sets of stereo ins and outs on DJ-friendly phono jacks including turntable-level inputs.
The inputs can be used either to channel audio into your machine Conectiv shows up as an audio interface in any audio application or to accept two channels of time-coded control data more on this shortly.
This has great potential for anybody who wants an interface to blend the audio signal from their PC aynchroscience monitor an incoming signal directly without it going in and out of the machine and creating unwanted latency.
Image 2 of 4 The Torq hardware. There’s also a headphone jack with split cue facility that, rather irritatingly, isn’t addressable as a third stereo pair; and finally, a mic input. The most unusual feature on the front panel is a pair of knobs one for each channel that offer straight analogue blending between the audio interface outputs and the incoming signal. And if you aren’t planning to do synchroscirnce serious scratching, you have to wonder whether it’s worth bothering with the conetciv discs at all.
Each of these is time-coded with a signal that the Conectiv hardware transmits to the auxio, which then decodes it. Not the best time-code control available.
This does at least ensure seamless integration with the hardware interface, however, which is only designed to accommodate two stereo channels. Limited number of channels. Image 4 of 4. You can use VST effects.