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  • I wanna see all the USB MIDI ports that i had defined with my naming conventions because *your* naming convention still sucks, especially on IOS. If Auracle thinks that this is "useless" - ok, that's all what i wanted to know to leave this place.
  • rodney_iConnectivity said: it's just that Auracle does things in a much faster and more logical manner and doesn't bother to show you stuff that you don't need in your setup. *You* are declaring what your customers need or don't need in their…
  • rodney_iConnectivity said: There won't be any new update to iConfig (sorry). If this is the last word on IC, then you'll lose customers - add me to dirk, because i was hoping to get more sophisticated features with Auracle. I haven't wor…
  • Good news, Rodney, I really appreciate it!
  • Rodney, i scrolled thru my mails and found it - not in the forum here, sorry i was wrong, but in a longer discussion with Travis over a ticket regarding RTPMidi and *naming*. At the beginning of march he stated that Auracle's development is "still y…
  • rodney_iConnectivity said: I'm also unsure what you mean when you mention "consistent naming conventions". Can you explain? That was not an existing iConfig or planned Auracle feature, but more like a concept to solve many problems custome…
  • rodney_iConnectivity said: Auracle will eventually be able to do most or all of the things that iConfig currently does (and more), and do them faster and easier. Until then, just use iConfig. So this is the point where i can't follow *your*…
  • rodney_iConnectivity said: For 95% of our users Auracle will already do everything they need. For the other 5% iConfig is still there until Auracle can take over Ok, then i'm out here. It's interesting and disappointing at the same time that …
  • Yep, same here. The link from the web site to iTunes is of course invalid, because Apple has moved all IOS-related app links/downloads/orders to the IOS App Store, which you can only use on your ipad/iphone. But there i also can only find the old N…
  • Because we are waiting for a brand new GUI and what would really make sense for the routing matrix: the ICM's/mio's and iConfig are able to detect connected devices with brand and type names (afaik) and beside the USB host port you can only attach o…
  • Don't know if i can help, because i have my own problems with understanding the routing matrix;)), but i use it like this: first i had named my ports under "MIDI info" to the names of the devices i have connected to the ICM4. That way i can visually…
  • Mine is a chinese "i-tec" USB 3.0, 4-port charging hub (search for "I-TEC U3HUBMETAL4"). No probs so far.
  • Btw and totally offtopic - i'm again and again astonished how Ableton's "Link" feature is working that good on all devices and over nearly all protocols, even WiFi/WLAN;-) Should be a standard for all MIDI-controlled devices and software.
  • @Sillious: Do you mean this "sync issue": https://forums.iconnectivity.com/vanilla-forum/discussion/1980/iconfig-firmware-update-support-system-issues ?? That has nothing to do with MIDI clock sync.
  • Maybe you don't mean it this way, but "sync to internal" means that the sources will only listen to themselve, not to other clock sources. If you want to let the iConnectMIDI4+ work as the *master* for all other MIDI devices, you'll have to select i…
  • Sorry if i don't get it right, but *where* do your IOS devices see for themselves that the port they are connected to isn't shown?? MIDI port listing in some apps?? If my understanding of the complexity of the MIDI routing capabilities of the ICM4+ …
  • nickbatz, i know, but blind-loading a new fw without knowing what's inside (or what *should* be inside) is not my thing. If i overlook my other hardware "arsenal" i don't find any other company which releases new firmware without attendant release n…
  • It would be great if someone could just update the firmware information on the web with the latest news, so that we don't have to open a ticket @support to learn what's in that new versions. My iConfig told me three weeks ago to update my ICM4+ from…
  • cheth, that's why i included "LAN" and especially "router" in my answer. Neither your computers nor the MIOs have active WAN routing capabilities. Only a LAN/WAN router (over ethernet/Wifi/DSL/VPN etc.) could do this job.
  • Thx nickbatz, i'll keep you informed.
  • cheth, to configure and initiate RTP connections you'll have to use the Audio-MIDI-Setup tool on macOS or the rtpMIDI tool on windows, which is described here: http://www.tobias-erichsen.de/software/rtpmidi/rtpmidi-tutorial.html. You could configure…
  • If you want to route MIDI over an ethernet LAN (from one computer to another or many), there must be a LAN-router which your mio is pointing to. You could easily use such a router for a live setup without any additional computer necessary if you con…
  • Some update: My ICM4+ runs much more stable in a LAN environment if i assign a static IP address instead of working with dynamic IP assignment. Re-connecting a cable (i have to do it when the unit stays on for several days without reboot or if my ro…
  • Steve, i had opened a ticket @support to get some information about 1.07, which i had installed ten days ago. This was the answer: "The firmware update was o help some audio passthru issues mostly. iOS10 andSierra RTPMIDI is broken from Apple's si…
  • You'll need a connection on your laptop between the LPD MIDI input and the USB output of your laptop. Either you take a dedicated MIDI routing tool or you could use a DAW to route the incoming LPD to a track which sends MIDI out to your iConnect dev…
  • Ah, found it: "Setting custom MIDI port names..."  It changes the OSX port names correctly now. But the mentioned workaround for IOS would be a bit overkill to just see port names;-)
  • timespy, renaming works in iConfig on Sierra (10.12.3) but i don't see it in IOS 10 apps or in Sierra apps like Live (9.7.1). They show up in the generic way:(
  • Oh, i forgot - having mentioned the need to find the port names when you configure your device, the problem is still that the iConnect sends out port namens with the older name scheme (numbering the different ports like "." plus a "iConnectMIDi4+ " …
  • I also got confused with all the different "names" on the left side of the routing matrix and needed some days to get it sorted. Like timespy wrote, these ports are something new in the classic MIDI world. They represent an additional level, placed …