A 16" to 24" Full HD Touchscreen Monitor is recommended to use Cloudkeys. Larger screens proven to work perfectly well also.
Compatible with Samsung Android tablets, Windows Tablets & Laptops with touchscreens & Chromebooks that have a minimum of 1920 x 1080 resolution.
Cloudkeys is a powerful touch workspace for Windows 7 and above. It has been designed to efficiently control Reason (DAW) from any physical touchscreen found on the market.
Cloudkeys smart scripts give access to over 130 Reason key commands and functions from the tip of a finger.
Commands are located EXACTLY where one would expect them to be on a Touchscreen Monitor for Windows OS platforms without having to think about it. It preserves the artist's inspiration thanks to an improved technical workflow.
Ready to use gesture assignments cover all commands performed by users, such as: Sequencer functions, Edit tools, Create tracks, File browsing, Nudge Selection, Block/Song toggling, Arrange/Edit Mode Toggling, Zooming, On-screen Piano Keys window, Transport functions, navigation to Loop Locators, Panel window toggling for Mixer, Rack, Sequencer, Show/Hide Browser, Tool Window, and Recording Meter, etc.
Users will find tons of clearly organized direct commands, in well designed menus that cover most actions used all the time from a simple "touch" on the screen. It feels so natural and intuitive...
Cloudkeys runs under Windows 7 and above. 16" to 24" Touchscreen Monitors are recommended but Cloudkeys has proven to work perfectly well on larger touch screens as well.
Cloudkeys doesn't install software drivers or overlays within Reason. It lives natively within Windows' built-in touch OS environment. It is therefore super stable compared to other Touchscreen controllers found on the market.
* A 16" to 24" Full HD Touchscreen monitor is recommended to take full advantage of Cloudkeys. (Larger screens have proven to work perfectly well too).
* Although this touch workspace is purposefully made for touchscreens, you may still use a regular mouse to operate on a regular non-touch monitor (Full HD advised).