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  • You are correct @DovJ I definitely like to connect everything as direct and wired as possible. The Wifi thin I've noticed before. I'm not sure what Apple is doing in the background on that. I'm guessing it flips on sleep, lock out and/or shut down/r…
  • Some thing like this. CONTROLLER DIN 1 (MIDI OUT port)---> FILTER-->REMAP-->MIDI IN port on interface. INPUT filter on the DIN 1 port. Do some highlighting and color to give flow info.
  • Yeah it's a hard situation to label. Basically think if it as you are looking from the interfaces side. If you are connected to the MIDI IN DIN port on the interface you are looking to block it there. It was hard to do this because it got weird when…
  • the mio will work to connect up but I've not tried doing a MIDI thru to a second keyboard. I don't see why it wouldn't work though. Just separate the 2 pieces of gear by channel.
  • It's your call and testing each option might be worth while. I've seen many aggregates setup for multiple AUDIO4+/c and some PA12s together. Seems to work well for them.
  • contact support and they will help see if it's the interface or not and then if it is give option for getting to repaired/swapped.
  • Sounds like you want an AUDIO4c from your post. You could connect to your Windows comp and an iPad at the same time. Take audio in (4 ins) and out (6 outs). Also the AUDIO4c has a pair of DIN MIDI connectors and a USB-A host port to connect up to 8 …
  • I'm not completely following your setup want here but originally the PlayAUDIO12 was created to control multiple computers running virtual synths and softwares in a live scenario. That change as the main function but it's still definitely an option.…
  • Also I've seen a few people buy a PlayAUDIO12 just for the MIDI switching options without using the audio side.
  • I know MANY people using the mioXM or mioXL to connect to 2 computers and are just sending the messages from both.  If you think about it, even if once message comes slightly delayed it's still the same message. Program change 3 will just send it to…
  • You could deactivate the audio side of the MIDI4+ so it doesn't try and take the audio. This can be done in iConfig on the audio info tab. There are checkboxes by the USB ports on the bottom half of the page. I would then connect a USB hub with an a…
  • One must be connected via ethernet and one will be connected via USB DAW. Only one of these 2 can be connected through USB DAW port.
  • If you play the synths do they record in? If not it might be the mixing desk or interface going in. How are you physically connecting the 3 synths? The MIDI2+ only has 2 sets of DIN ports. Are you running the default routing on the MIDI2+?
  • Download Auracle X 1.8.8 - previous versions weren't working for updating firmware.
  • Make sure both the Crave and the NanoKey are reserved into host port slots using our Auracle X software (USB host reservation page). - If you have this let me know. If the device isn't showing in the dropdown menus on that page also let us know. Whe…
  • If anyone has recommendations of things that could be changed in our newer Auracle X software that would help you understand the routings and GUI better, please give me ALL the ideas. They may not come to light BUT a piece of the idea might make thi…
  • Auracle X 1.8.8 should fix the mio X Series issues on Windows 10. We apologize for the trouble with that. You should be able to load firmware again now with Auracle X 1.8.8 (windows). I think the original post here was on Mac OS, since it's an M1 M…
  • We launched 1.8.8 after too, as 1.8.7 has some issues with mio X series interfaces. I'm guessing you got everything worked out after?
  • We have hundreds of users on M1s and with Auracle X. iConnectivity interface are USB class compliant so the interface will always be working. The question could be our software on the latest Mac OS but we are also running Auracle X 1.8.6 well on tho…
  • Honestly, every company has some issues with MIDI on Windows because if we are class compliant we will use Microsoft's MIDI driver which only allows access to the MIDI device from one program/process at a time. After saying this, iConnectivity has c…
  • I can officially say that MIDI control/learning is in a list of added for Auracle X now. It's made it's way to top 5 big adds.
    in IConfig iOS Comment by tsho08 August 27
  • MIDI Monitor - Snoize Pocket MIDI Those are my most commonly used ones.
  • We've definitely seen that before. there was a reason we don't do it but I'll have to check in with our team
  • PlayAUDIO12 can do 14 and 2. It has a maximum of 16 audio channels per USB port.
  • The best option for transferring the most audio channels between two computers is the AUDIO4c. If you use our iConfig software you COULD technically transfer up to 18 channels of audio 1 way and 2 the opposite or 10 and 10. Basically you get 20 Chan…
  • USB-B to USB-C I've used that works is. https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B086ZGKYH8/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1 I mostly use my powered USB-C hub. I have one for my iPad Pro and for my Mac mini and my Android phone https://ww…
  • It's the most our engineers have decided to offer based on power and processing.
  • We don't see that happening but it is something I've mentioned to our engineering team.
  • MIDI control is something I've been throwing in our developers minds since the start of Auracle X. It is in the roadmap and I will continue to keep it in the priority list. This is a common request and one I would personally love. There are a few mo…
    in IConfig iOS Comment by tsho08 August 17
  • We do not carry these anymore. Apple stopped selling the chips that go into the cables for us, which is a game they wanted us to keep playing. Tell us our old chips are needing an upgrade and not supply new options in time.  The best option, which I…