dspMixFx for iPad

dspMixFx for iPad

Postby Stefan Schreiber » Wed May 07, 2014 10:59 am

Hello,

We are pleased to announce the release of dspMixFx for iPad!

Together with the UR824, UR28M and UR44 audio interfaces, the dspMixFx app allows you to utilize the benefits of Yamaha’s custom-designed SSP2 DSP chip directly on your iPad. The dspMixFx app is free of charge, providing latency-free monitoring while running the REV-X reverb, the Sweet Spot Morphing Channel Strip and Guitar Amp Classics with other iOS audio apps. Giving control over the DSP features of the UR interfaces, the free dspMixFx for iPad is a convenient tool for every UR user who is also using an iPad.

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Re: dspMixFx for iPad

Postby meta-redundant » Thu May 08, 2014 9:01 pm

This is incredible -- thank you!
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Re: dspMixFx for iPad

Postby beatpete » Fri May 09, 2014 6:08 pm

I downloaded the demo, it looks fantastic! One question, I'm thinking of getting the UR824, will all the adat channels show up in the mixer?
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Re: dspMixFx for iPad

Postby microtoneaudio » Sun May 11, 2014 5:51 am

FANTASTIC! Works perfectly! The ability to record the UR44 DSP FX in Cubasis is awesome - I spent an evening just having fun with the guitar amp simulations:-)
I'm thinking that it would be great if the app could be visible from the Audiobus toolbar, as a way to quickly switch to it from any other app. Or even a dedicated button in Cubasis to do the same thing?
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Re: dspMixFx for iPad

Postby Stefan Schreiber » Mon May 12, 2014 9:28 am

Hi beatpete,

will all the adat channels show up in the mixer


Currently only the analog inputs and outputs are available with the iPad.

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Re: dspMixFx for iPad

Postby beatpete » Mon May 12, 2014 3:54 pm

Stefan Schreiber wrote:Hi beatpete,

will all the adat channels show up in the mixer


Currently only the analog inputs and outputs are available with the iPad.

Best regards,
Stefan


Thanks for clarifying this. Is there a plan to add the adat inputs in the future? I was considering the UR824 for my band for live mixing/recording with an Ipad.
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Re: dspMixFx for iPad

Postby beatpete » Fri May 23, 2014 3:36 pm

beatpete wrote:
Stefan Schreiber wrote:Hi beatpete,

will all the adat channels show up in the mixer


Currently only the analog inputs and outputs are available with the iPad.

Best regards,
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Thanks for clarifying this. Is there a plan to add the adat inputs in the future? I was considering the UR824 for my band for live mixing/recording with an Ipad.


So, I gather from the lack of response that that is a no?
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Re: dspMixFx for iPad

Postby crohde » Tue May 27, 2014 9:29 am

beatpete wrote:
beatpete wrote:So, I gather from the lack of response that that is a no?


Hi Pete,

We are evaluating the possibilities of supporting digital channels as well.
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Re: dspMixFx for iPad

Postby beatpete » Tue May 27, 2014 3:40 pm

crohde wrote:
beatpete wrote:
beatpete wrote:So, I gather from the lack of response that that is a no?


Hi Pete,

We are evaluating the possibilities of supporting digital channels as well.


Great, thanks. It would make the UR824 a no brainer for me (and probably a lot of others too).
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Re: dspMixFx for iPad

Postby yousifabdullah » Tue May 27, 2014 9:50 pm

microtoneaudio wrote:FANTASTIC! Works perfectly! The ability to record the UR44 DSP FX in Cubasis is awesome
I'm interested in this functionality and would buy the UR44 in a heartbeat, however I read elsewhere that ONLY the morphing strip and guitar amp can be recorded, NOT the REV-X reverb. Can you confirm this?

Is there a reason REV-X reverb can't be recorded? Having that would make it an easy buy for me. I also hope digital channels will also become available, would love to get the UR28M and hook it up to the old MiniDisc recorder via S/PDIF.

I'd also like to know more about the Yamaha DSP in these units. Is it as programmable and versatile as DSP solutions in E-MU (Creative Professional) units? In other words, would it be possible to have more DSP effects baked in with future firmware updates?

Thanks!
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