Eclipse remote control for iOS – Beta testers needed.

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    • #111150
      IOSAudio
      Member

      Hi,

      I hope this is ok to post here.

      We are looking for some beta testers to test a remote control app for the eclipse running on iPads or iPhones.

      There are some images and a video here: http://iosaudio.co.uk/IOSAudio/EclipseRemote.html

      If anyone is interested in beta testing please email eclipse.remote.beta@iosaudio.co.uk

      Thanks

      Andy

    • #124910
      Dwight
      Member

      wow, that looks really awesome! Would it be possible to control 3 via wifi midi?

    • #124915
      IOSAudio
      Member

      When you say 3 do you mean 3 different Eclipses?

    • #135744
      wilkinsi
      Participant

      Looks good. Now I just have to find an ipad.

    • #135796
      jian
      Participant

      Hey how can I get involved in beta testing? I have an eclipse and an ipad 

    • #135807
      wilkinsi
      Participant

      The OP has posted an email address to send your request.

    • #135827
      wilkinsi
      Participant

      I'm just looking for a used I-pad now. Will a 1st gen + a lightning to MIDI box suffice? Also, is there a way to get the app onto the I-pad without having to use it to access the internet?

    • #135841
      wilkinsi
      Participant

      Anybody?

    • #135842
      IOSAudio
      Member

      Hi,

      Sorry, I did not seem to get notified for the other posts.

      It should work no problem with a first gen iPad and core midi interface.

      The app when available will have to be downloaded from the apple store.

      Andy

    • #125046
      NikosGuitar
      Member

      any luck for an control app for DSP7000/7500/ORVILLE users?

    • #125047
      alce
      Member

      It seems to me pretty as an application, although I have not figured out how to do connect the eclipse which only has midi interface or an obsolete RS232. What would be helpful to me is to have the graphical representation of the algorithms and be able to impostre the parameters of the modules so as to give a more intuitive representation of the values ??to be set. In qesto way we would approach much more to the model vsig. Honestly, what I have in front of Eclipse on the iPad does not give me anything more than the remote, but rimne the problem of unintuitive interface logic.

    • #125048
      IOSAudio
      Member

      There is actually a good chance that this Eclipse editor would work with them.

      Would you fancy giving it a test?

    • #125052
      wilkinsi
      Participant
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