Coming Soon: MidiBridge v1.3 Allows SS25 Wireless Control of CoreMIDI Apps on the iPad!
21 November 2011:
Audeonic Apps have provided us with details of what to expect in the upcoming version 1.3 of MidiBridge – their utility that interconnects all MIDI interfaces (virtual, network & external) on an iOS device. The update includes Akai SynthStation25 Keyboard Controller support to enable you to use the SS25 as a wireless controller and/or interconnect it to all CoreMIDI apps!
- Akai SynthStation 25 support – use the SS25 as a wireless controller and/or interconnect it to all CoreMIDI apps. A tested example is to use the SS25 to control Animoog and Arctic Keys on the iPad and simultaneously controlling Ableton Live via the network.
- Under iOS5, both the SS25 and original Midi Mobilizer can continue working when MidiBridge is backgrounded, allowing you to tweak your synths whilst playing.
- Drum remap feature, where you can map on either an input or output port all events on channel 10 to a user selectable lower channel (1-4), allowing older drum machines with fixed channel 10 MIDI out to control SampleTank (for example)
- Fast-switch/launch to Virtual MIDI compatible apps (OMAC) by either double-tapping the port of a running app, or from the OMAC applications panel.
MidiBridge is a utility that interconnects all MIDI interfaces (virtual, network and external) on an iOS device at a fraction of the cost of equivalent hardware.
Supported external interfaces include Line 6 Midi Mobilizer I and Line 6 Midi Mobilizer II, IK Multimedia iRig MIDI and all other CoreMIDI devices that are compatible with iOS via the USB camera kit on iPad. For CoreMIDI support, iOS 4.2 or greater is required.
For more information about MidiBridge click here.
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