TouchDAW

4.2
982 reviews
10K+
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

TouchDAW is a full-featured DAW controller plus some general purpose MIDI tools. It lets you remote control popular DAW software as known from standard hardware control surfaces.

This is a MIDI controller! The app does not itself play or record audio!
Try before buy! Free demo available for testing.


Supports Cubase / Nuendo, Live, Logic, Pro Tools, Sonar, FL Studio, REAPER, Reason, Studio One, Samplitude, SAWStudio Digital Performer (7.2+), Vegas / Acid, Tracktion, Bitwig, Ardour & Mixbus workstations. Standard functionality like mixer and transport operation will be accessible in other applications with basic control surface support as well. As of version 1.1 the app can also send MIDI Machine Control (MMC) in parallel with or alternatively to standard DAW control.

Besides control surface emulation, the app brings a number of general purpose MIDI controllers, such as a multitouch MIDI keyboard, multitouch launchpads, a MIDI mixer, configureable xy-controller pads and the possibility to link a phone's sensors to MIDI controllers.

TouchDAW works with RTP or multicast MIDI over WiFi and is directly compatible with Apple's Network MIDI implementation in Mac OS X, Tobias Erichsen's rtpMIDI driver for Windows and ipMIDI (resp. multimidicast or qmidinet on Linux). There is no computer side server or protocol conversion software other than the driver required.
Class compliant MIDI interfaces are supported on devices with Usb host mode. Direct device to PC Usb connectivity is available both via the Android 6 MIDI Api as well as over tethered USB connections or ADB. A free driver, available from our website, is required for some of the proprietary solutions.

The apk contains both tablet and phone versions. Most recent phones will let you alternatively use the tablet layout.

Please try before you buy! The free version is mostly identical and will let you check if things are useable with your network setup before spending money.

The app needs some initial PC-side configuration, please see website for help.

Problems, questions, suggestions? Please use website or email. The Play Store's comment section is not a support channel and help calls you leave here will not be answered.
Updated on
Jan 10, 2022

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4.2
982 reviews
Josef Villarama
June 2, 2020
This is a good app, but it can be great with minor changes. I was able to connect 3 tablets in Logic Pro with it. As far as the response goes, there's a slight lag to it, which is not a big issue for me. The things I would add is an extender GUI for the tablets and a drop down for plugins. I wish I was able to take a picture of my setup so you can guys can see it. Overall I'm just happy that all 3 of my tablets are communicating with each other.
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Robert Thompson
January 29, 2021
Excellent app. Very stable. Mimics a Mackie Control and then some. The documentation is very thorough but is very technical. It assumes the user already has a large amount of knowledge not just of midi and music production but also of computers and networking. UPDATE. After months of use app stopped connecting. Don't know if it's RTP or the app but since the app requires RTP it doesn't matter. I'm switching to something stable. Pity. It had worked great.
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A Google user
May 27, 2019
Garbage. The free version set up fine, so then I bought the full version, and it just refuses to connect 95% of the time. If I randomly switch the connection types for an hour, there's a chance it'll work, but until it does, it's just nonsense where, e.g., it'll not display any connections or just one and not the other or force the midi controller connection to connect to the daw controller port. Also, switching between different control boards is awkward. Buying this is a gamble. Avoid it.
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What's new

CC faders on keyboard screen can be replaced by rotaries
Big Time screen can double-up as a recording light
Target API 31 (Android 12 / S). To stay compatible with some Android 12 enforcements the minimum API level had to be raised to 21 (Android 5, Lollipop)

See release notes on website for details and links to updated documentation