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Re: iPad midi


If you're a complete newb, I'd recommend starting by perusing this website:


… there are several approaches, including MIDI over WiFI network, but
you're probably better off starting with an audio interface for iOS
that has MIDI with it.

The Alesis iO Dock: http://youtu.be/DBfojDxpZLY

IK Multimedia's iRIg MIDI: http://www.ikmultimedia.com/products/irigmidi/


The iConnectMIDI: http://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/iConnectMIDI

Those are some good ones to consider.

Ping me offline if you want more info…




On Wed, May 23, 2012 at 3:09 PM, chaz worm <chaz@earthwormandfire.com> 
> I'm the first to point out I'm a complete midi retard. I try to get old 
> acoustic instruments sound electronic via looping. That being said I 
> have a cheap cheesy midi controller (akai 25 key, I really don't know 
> how good or bad it is. The price was right)
> I have a myriad of things to hook it up to. I have small netbook 
> hacintosh, windows 7 and linux netbooks at my disposal. I have iPhones 
> and iPads.
> Which route should I take to make strange sounds?
> There are so many good apps for IPad (the fairlight mentioned on this 
> list really intrigued me) but how will I control with my controller?
> Chaz
> Sent from my iPhone