The Icon Pro Audio QCon EX G2 is an extender for the QCon Pro G2 universal control surface. The QCon EX provides eight additional channels to your QCon Pro system and can be extended to up to 64 channels with 7 extenders*.
Whether you are tracking or mixing, the QCon EX G2 provides intuitive tactile control over your session. Set your levels, fine tune your EQs and effects, record automation, punch in and out of recordings, all at the tip of your fingers (and toes) with the QCon EX G2’s eight motorized faders, eight multi-purpose push encoders, and 2 foot pedal connectors. 12-segment LED level meters are provided for each channel, and a large backlit LCD screen displays channel names and values.
The Icon Pro Audio QCon EX G2 features Mackie Control and HUI emulation and includes presets for popular DAWs including Cubase/Nuendo, Logic Pro, Ableton Live, ProTools, Studio One, Digital Performer, FL Studio, Samplitude, Reaper, Bitwig, Reason, Sonar, and Audition. A User Defined mode is also included to create custom presets.
The QCon EX G2 is class-compliant with macOS Big Sur (M1 and Intel Compatible), Windows 10, and Windows 8/7 (32 & 64-bit) and features a high speed USB 2.0 connection.
8 touch-sensitive motorized channel faders
8 x push-encoders with 11-segment LED rings
12-segment LED level metering for channels
Large backlit LCD to display channel name, control values etc. for each channel
Illuminated buttons for each channel including Record enable, Solo, Mute, Select and Monitor
Mackie Control and HUI Universal emulation
iMap software is provided for customized mappings in User Defined mode
Expandable to 64 channels with 7 extenders*
User A & User B 1/4” TRS foot pedal connectors
Class-compliant with macOS Big Sur (M1 and Intel Compatible), Windows 10, and Windows 8/7 (32 & 64-bit)
USB 2.0 high speed connectivity
Firmware upgradeable over USB
Robust aluminum and metal casing with Kensington lock port
*Some DAWs limit the number of extenders that work with their software. The following list includes the maximum number of extenders you can use with the specified DAW.
1 main unit + 7 extenders = 64 channels – Cubase/Nuendo, Studio One, Digital Performer, Logic Pro X, Bitwig, Mixbus
1 main unit + 5 extenders = 48 channels – Ableton Live
1 main unit + 3 extenders = 32 channels – Pro Tools, Reaper, FL Studio with Custom Script
1 main unit + 1 extender = 16 channels – Reason, Cakewalk/Sonar, Samplitude