I’m in mood to upgrade my studio setup a bit. As I’m a control freak, beside the Novation Zero SLMkII and Behringer BCR2000 that I already own, I need a bit different approach to ‘controlling’ Cubase environment. Actually, mostly my large collection of VSTi:s, because I want to sharpen my patch building.
Now I know that many of you are using hardware controllers as myself today. But getting and GUI under hands ‘undistorted’ on screen seems to be very comfortable.
Now there is just one ‘little’ problem - I read somewhere that Cubase x is ignoring commercial touch screens ‘multi touch’ commands.
Then I did some research - and tests with my hardware controls.
I found out interesting things. I CAN actually change Cubase 6 mixer value at the same I’m changing other parameter in Cubase - with hardware controller.
The conclusion is that it IS possible to do that today - Cubase WILL recognize several parameter changes at once, that’s for sure. But doing that from typically ‘commercial’ multi touch screen haven’t yet been confirmed.
So I did some research again.
There are some USB based (yes USB) multi touch screens, or actually ‘emulators’ to cover over your ‘non touch screen’ and in that way make it to be touch screen.
I will appreciate if someone could confirm this, or give some suggestions on multi touch screens.