Stratm69 said:Digitech has a new thing out specifically made for an Ipad.
You should check out their site!
Sounds cool! I'll def check out the moog app. And look into garage band. Do I need any special cables or interfaces to do this?
acrane13 said:Another cool app for live use is called morphwhiz created by jordan rudess. I have been using it off my ipod for a while in both my bands live shows and for some worship songs.
There's been issues using external usb midi controls with the ipad. The iOS only allows certain amounts of mA out of it, and most usb midi controllers require more. For example i can't use the KORG microKEY directly with the ipad via the camera connection kit without having to bus power it with a hub coz the microKEY requires more mA than the ipad is allowed to outsource. But when i used the 1st gen nanoKEY, it works well with all apps due to its low mA requirement. Excellecnt to use with Garageband and Animoog.
Our current drummer has his loaded up with jpegs of all the charts to our songs. He's been using it for too long now and doesn't interact with the rest of us at all. His drumming sounds like a math problem. I'm pretty tired of seeing an iPad on our stage, in our situation.
What does the app do? I'm intrigued