So I have Cubase 10 running on Windows 7.
I have 2x24" monitors but was thinking of adding a 3rd lying at an angle on the desk and making this a touchscreen. My primary purpose for it, touch wise, would be to open synth vstis on it and slide the knobs and faders on it by hand. I might also on occasion, move the mixer to it and do some slidey fader action too.
I’m aware that multitouch isn’t a thing for Cubase at the mo and also I’m limited by using Windows 7.
Does anyone use a setup like this?
I already have an android pad running touchosc for expression maps and other controller duties. I also have a complex xkeys setup which fulfills my key command and macro needs,as well as a nektar panorama for faders and knobs so I don’t need the monitor to fulfill either of those functions.
It really is just for tweaking VSTi Gui’s and maybe some plugins.
Saw this vid here - which looked quite cool:
Anything I need to be aware of when buying a touchscreen? latency??? Thinking 22-24" at the moment. …
Any thoughts / real world feedback appreciated.