Just got my first iPad today and the idea is to use this with Cubasis as a multi track playback system in alive situation.
Bit of background for you all:
I am a drummer but I also sequence keyboard backing (pc and Cubase 5) then export to my Roland Fantom G which comes to the gigs with the drum kit. I then play to a click track that comes out of one of the separate audio outs of the Fantom G.
This has worked well but the amount of gear I need to setup and transport is more than I want, so would be great to replace the keyboard with an iPad solution.
So, Cubasis should deliver the audio backing I require along with some midi out to a DMX mixer that controls stage lighting.
I need an audio interface for the iPad that will deliver at least 2 in and 4 outs so I can stereo out the backing audio plus provide a separate output (could be mono) for a click track (generated by audio or midi, don't care which).
My question is, has anyone tried any audio interfaces that would provide a solution to my needs that is compatible with iPad 4th gen/Cubasis?
I have found a Tascam US-200 http://tascam.com/product/us-200/
that would be ideal for my needs. However, how do I know if it would work? Has anyone tried it?
Thanks in advance if you can offer any insight or solutions.