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  • nickbatz - good to know, thanks! I'll see how that works out.
  • I have an iPad connected to my iC4A, I'm using it for both MIDI and audio. I have a couple of USB controllers attached to it as well and it also serves as my main audio interface. I also have an iCM4 with a few DIN MIDI devices connected. I want to …
  • Somewhere in the dim recesses of my mind, I was aware that Push leverages Python but I never made the connection until now. That makes sense, appreciate it ajoelson!
  • I'm in the same boat. Was looking at getting a MOTU MIDI interface and I thought "but wait! I have an iCA4+, surely it and an iCM4+ will work together seamlessly!". I got the iCM4+ yesterday and have been struggling to get the two playing nicely tog…
  • FWIW, I get the same thing with the original Push. I gave up and just connected it directly to the computer and run all of my other USB controllers on a powered USB hub attached to the iCA4+. Works just fine that way. Probably not a terribly helpful…
  • Thanks, that gives me a few options to look into. Appreciate it!
  • Ah, that's what I missed! After I posted this I played with it some more and got it to work. I had made the config change but didn't save it to the device. When I rebooted my computer the device rebooted and lost the config and I couldn't figure out…
  • Thanks JS. No, the audio volume levels are great - no problems there at all. I'm saying that the metering lights on the front of the device do nothing at all until the volume is cranked up painfully loud and even then only the bottom row lights up. …
  • Maybe I'm missing something here, but I'll tack my question onto this discussion as it appears related. I want to run analog instruments (synths, drum machines) into the 1-4 inputs on the front and use them without firing up a DAW of any type. I jus…