Started by FishmanSoftware, January 10, 2023, 11:35:38 AM
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Quote from: Vaultnaemsae on January 11, 2023, 06:08:53 AMHi, Longtime FTP dabbler here (not FTP Connect). Am I missing something with the iOS app? I can't see any way to set PB range for the FTP. Is it a hidden setting? It is a very very important setting to be sure. I guess I'll just stick to using the desktop version but it would be handy to be able to edit key FTP settings with an iPad.
Quote from: Vaultnaemsae on January 11, 2023, 06:08:53 AMAnother thing... it's possible to do some tricky MIDI routing in MacOS and allow the FTP USB receiver to be detected even when it's connected to a USB host device/audio/MIDI interface. (Actually, it's more reliable than a direct connection). But I can't see any such way to do that with iOS. That is to say, if I rename the USB host MIDI ports on my MIDI interface to match the ports that the FTP establishes when connected directly to an iPadOS the iPad can't detect anything! They can however be detected in MacOS. Would it be possible to somehow allow such connection at a software level in a future update?
Quote from: kevorkian on January 11, 2023, 09:46:03 AMAnother vote here for allowing us to set the pitchbend range from the iOS app. I have been looking for this to be added as well but forgetting to put in a feature request (because we also have the macOS app to fall back on). Thanks
Quote from: FishmanSoftware on January 11, 2023, 11:16:16 AM1) You want to use the controller without the Connect app, and maybe if you could set the bend range in the Connect app that would be remembered by the controller for use elsewhere. This kind of thing really might be best served by allowing you to edit/create so-called hardware patches, which the Connect app does not provide.
Quote from: FishmanSoftware on January 11, 2023, 11:16:16 AM2) You want to use the Connect app sounds, but you want to bend more than 12 semitones (or maybe less??)
Quote from: FishmanSoftware on January 11, 2023, 11:16:16 AM3) You are using AUV3 plugins (or in the past AudioBus 3) and you want to match the TriplePlay MIDI output to align with the capability of a connected synth, maybe because the connected synth doesn't allow you to adjust the bend range.
Quote from: FishmanSoftware on January 11, 2023, 11:16:16 AM4) something else, some variation of the above, or possibly all of the above