I'm a potential buyer for Android iC Pro

I'm a potential buyer for Android iC Pro

Postby TheNavigator » Sat Oct 19, 2013 4:40 pm

So, yes, I'll get that thing, no questions asked. Just release it and take my money. :lol:

However, I've seen the videos and I have a feature requests upfront:

1. Please make this a full Mackie HUI / MCU replacement at some point (including channel strip / insert plugin control with "automap" feature)

2. Please consider releasing the SKI to the general public, I don't know exactly what it's capabilities are, but maybe one can go far beyond EUCON / MCU with this?
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Re: I'm a potential buyer for Android iC Pro

Postby artcrime » Fri Mar 21, 2014 7:58 am

Have a look at touchdaw, I think its available for ios, I use it on ANdroid.
This is a virtual Mackie control surface, is uses HUI, for $4 you cant go wrong.
There is a demo you can download.
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