frantic wrote:I've just had a look online and it seems the alesis that you mentioned would only work with iPads that have the 30 pin dock connector, does anybody know of a solution for this? Or have alesis released a newer model supporting the lightening connector?
dubhausdisco wrote:Hello everyone!
Decided to check out cubasis... Very cool.
May I recommend somewhat of a sleeper in the iOS world-
The Akai EIE. 4 in 4 out, 1 midi din I/o, and a USB hub built in to connect midi controllers.
Runs at 44.1/16 bit which is perfect for cubasis. Works with lightning adapter too.
This is from last summer, but still relevant!
Glad to be here!
frantic wrote:Thanks Stevo!
I'm going to take your advice and start a new thread. thanks fella and good luck with your search. Is your act covers act or originals?
I will check it out with cubasis, just downloaded last night.
What you are asking works with Auria, and any other app that supports multiple audio outs.
Also I forgot to mention it has inserts on the inputs, (nice feature), and one of those input/output monitor mixers built in.
Very flexible unit, and built like a tank!
frantic wrote:Hi Stevo,
yay the EIE looks great!.... thanks for the info Dubhousdisco! Be really cool if the 4 out can work! If Steinberg gets midi and Tempo Track then I'm sorted! ....Stevo is there a work around for you if you trigger an external sound module for the metronome you need?
knuckle47 wrote:If it means something, I got a response form Alesis about their ioDock and its' lightening plug versus the older connection. Their rep said they are currently finishing manuals for new product introduced at NAMM but their ios line is expanding . Just not yet ready to divulge what it might be ???
Home Studio 87 wrote:Presonus VSl series are iPad compatible (2inn/2out - 4in/4out - 18 in/18 out)
RME too but more expensive !
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