I’m slammed, so this will be quick…a preliminary.
I just installed Dtouch for Nuendo. Wow. Lot’s of cool stuff here. I am using the Dell 27" touchscreen. Some great functionality. Takes a little getting used to after using the mouse/keyboard combo forever. I am running a Faderport and Artist Mix as well and so far all are playing well together. Who knew?
Main reason I’m writing this is what I think is a KILLER feature that is a bit of a revelation. The Matrix screen. Simply put, up to 256 channels can be displayed, 128 at a time, in a single touchscreen. From it, you can adjust Fader, Mute, Pan, Sends, Cue Sends, Solo, Rec Enable, Auto Read, Auto Write, Auto Suspend, plus several other useful functions, for 128 tracks in a single view so fast it will make your head spin. Tap 1 button and the same for tracks 129-256. It’s all crystal clear and just so freakin’ logical. Easy to access and use. Not fiddly at all.
For large track counts, this is a quantum leap in addressing tracks. Swipe gestures let you do an action to many tracks at once far quicker than selecting tracks and using Q-Link.
I am not a shill for these guys and have no dog in this fight. It’s just that good, IMO. The price is worth it just for the Matrix, for my use. It’s going to save me hours on these ridiculously huge pop projects I’m mixing. Check out the demo. Touchscreens are so cheap these days.
Unfortunately, Windows only currently. But for Nuendo users on Windows, it’s very much worth a look. Pushes workflow past the Nuendo included tools.