2013-11-23 05:26 PM
It's possible to use the TouchKeys software without the hardware, emulating the TouchKeys with an iOS device. This document describes the steps to configure TouchKeys emulation.
- TouchKeys software (23 November build or later)
2014-03-03 12:33 AM
The TouchKeys software runs on Windows XP, Vista, 7 and 8 (32-bit and 64-bit). To get started, in addition to the main TouchKeys application, you will need to install two third-party drivers.
TouchKeys device driver
The following driver from ST Microelectronics is needed to make the TouchKeys USB device appear on your system:
2013-11-12 02:43 PM
Building the TouchKeys application from source requires the following three libraries:
1. Juce [http://www.juce.com]: cross-platform C++ libraries covering everything from low-level data structures to a complete GUI toolkit.
2. boost [http://boost.org]: C++ utility libraries. The required libraries are header-only (none of the compiled boost libraries are needed). Libraries used include