I use the virtual instrument GeoShred in my compositions. I get this into Studio One as audio by using a simple Y cable to connect my iPad to my audio interface - works great.
When I use GeoShred with Garageband on my iPad, it records midi, which I can do basic edits to (quantising, note shifting etc).
Is there a way to get midi information from GeoShred on my iPad into Studio One? Any workarounds?
Checked on a few forums. Possibly with the right leads and adaptors. The camera connection kit goes into the lightning connector and has a USB output. You could then connect a USB to midi interface there. And the Midi OUT from that into the Focusrite 616.
I am assuming the midi data can be sent out the camera adaptor.
There is also another adaptor that goes into the lightening connector on the iPad and has both a USB and another lightning connector on it so power can be fed into the iPad while you are doing all this.
I have got a 4th Gen iPad but in an Alesis iDock II. Midi comes out the MIDI OUT on the dock so it must be able to be sent.
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Specs i5-2500K 3.5 Ghz-8 Gb RAM-Win 7 64 bit - ATI Radeon HD6900 Series - RME HDSP9632 - Midex 8 Midi interface - Faderport 2/8 - Atom Pad- iMac 2.5Ghz Core i5 - High Sierra 10.13.6 - Focusrite Clarett 2 Pre & Scarlett 18i20. Studio One V5.1 (Mac), Notion 6.7, Ableton Live 10 Suite, LaunchPad Pro
By pure chance there is an entire article on MPE and Studio One 5 in the November edition of Sound on Sound, which I received digitally today. Although it doesn’t mention iPads and GeoShred, I don’t think what I am trying to do will be possible unfortunately.