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Large tablet/touchscreen MIDI controller options?

24dBFS

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Hi guys!
CPU-E and CPU-F has become SHERLOCK & WATSON and a free demo version is available for Mac and Win on the website. www.14bitMIDI.com
Just follow the Install PDF files and the Manual will help you get going in no time!
Cheers!



 

24dBFS

Member
Ive never heard of this, what does it do?
In short: you can assign any Cubase/Nuendo command to one of the 192 buttons (SHERLOCK) or 48 buttons (WATSON) plus there are special pre-build commands available using Logical Editor and Project Logical Editor and a lot of generic MIDI events like Note On, CC# and Program Changes. All the settings can be stored on one of 18 Pages for quick access. There are more features like 16 assignable CC# sliders per Page, Trackslider, Timeslider, XY-Pads etc.
Until there are YouTube clips showing exactly what it does reading the manual might help in understanding the main functions of it.
 

24dBFS

Member
Is there a plan to develop this on other platforms? Pro Tools or Logic or live?
Yes, since the plugin is using MIDI to trigger commands from the DAW it might be used with other DAWs than Cubase/Nuendo. After I finish the Manual and some YouTube videos there will be an AU version in the making.
Even this version have a "Generic" mode that uses only generic MIDI commands ignoring all the Cubase/Nuendo stuff but since its VST it can't be used with Logic at the moment (but it can with any VST capable DAW).
Cheers!
 

jpb007.uk

Member
Looks interesting, but I still prefer Liine Lemur for its flexibility, formatting and looks, and in any case my setup has well over 600 separate controls (and keeps increasing as I find workflow improvements). Of course the downside of Liine Lemur is the time needed to experiment and code the software.
 

24dBFS

Member
Looks interesting, but I still prefer Liine Lemur for its flexibility, formatting and looks, and in any case my setup has well over 600 separate controls (and keeps increasing as I find workflow improvements). Of course the downside of Liine Lemur is the time needed to experiment and code the software.
Since this is a VST plugin it runs from your DAW like any other VSTs and there is no need to deal with networks etc. Also, there is basically zero time needed to learn how to assign commands and no need to program anything - everything is already there in the Menu.
And finally it targets different group of customers since you don't run it on an iPad but a regular monitor or a touch screen.
Cheers!
 

jonathanparham

Active Member
Yes, since the plugin is using MIDI to trigger commands from the DAW it might be used with other DAWs than Cubase/Nuendo. After I finish the Manual and some YouTube videos there will be an AU version in the making.
Even this version have a "Generic" mode that uses only generic MIDI commands ignoring all the Cubase/Nuendo stuff but since its VST it can't be used with Logic at the moment (but it can with any VST capable DAW).
Cheers!
Thank you. I look forward to updates
 
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