Hi there, MaxSound
I can't really makes sense why you won't at least try to understand that we are mapping as many controllers as we can (from all categories). In the last year alone, we've offered native support for over 20 controllers, ranging from the low-mid segment (Numark DJ2GO/Mixtrack Pro/Total Control, AKAI LPD8, Reloop Contour/Mixage, Vestax Typhoon/VCI 100/MK2/400 and many others - check our list) to the high-end ones (Denon DN-HC4500, American Audio VMS4, Pioneer Ergo and others).
We don't yet have the necessary funds to buy high-end controllers, map them and then put them in a corner. We would not be able to financially keep that up.
Mapping these controllers takes time not because it's complicated. The main reason is that we can't just buy a controller and map it just because one person requests that a particular controler be mapped, be it high/mid/low-end. The easiest way would be if the person who has that controller sends it to us, we map it and then send it back -> most people find this inconvenient, ofcourse. If you send us any kind of controller, I will personally map it and send it back to you the next day.
Every 1-2 weeks we receive controllers from many manufacturers but we can't always condition them to send us specific controllers (this is especially harder to request when it comes to high-end controllers). This is why we ask our clients to look at our list of natively supported controllers and be patient as with every release we offer support for new controllers. There are a lot of controllers to choose from and I really wouldn't say that we're making software for toys (check the list
I understand your point (it's a very valid point) but we're really mapping as fast and as many controllers as we can. If you have any suggestions as to how we could get our hands faster on those high-end controllers please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
and share with us.
I really hope that I got through to you. Have a great day, Maxsound.