iPad remote control app for Eclipse, H series, DSP series and Orville.

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    • #113008
      IOSAudio
      Member

      Hi Guys,

       

      Thre is a new version Eclipse remote control app that supports the Eclipse, DSP series, the H Series and the orville as well.

      On an iPhone only the Eclipse is supported.

      http://iosaudio.co.uk/IOSAudio2/EclipseRemote.html

      https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/eclipse-remote-control/id814413514?mt=8

       

      Thanks

       

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      Andy

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    • #141478
      bpamier
      Participant

      Thank you for creating something so helpful! Am I correct in understanding that if I have a MIDI interface for my Mac, I can use my iPad or iPhone to patch through the Mac and eventually send the commands to my Eclipse via Bluetooth or some other software interface?

    • #141481
      IOSAudio
      Member

      Hi,

      As long as your iPad/iPhone is connected via WIFI to the same network your Mac is on then it will work using network midi.

      You can download the manual here to have a look how to set it all up: http://www.iosaudio.co.uk/IOSAudio2/Support_files/EclipseManual.pdf

      The iPhone version only supports the Eclipse, the iPad version supports the H, DSP and Orville.

      Thanks

      Andy

    • #141482
      IOSAudio
      Member

      Sorry I should have mentioned that bluetooth should work as well.

    • #141486
      bpamier
      Participant

      Thanks again, Andy! I’ll take a look at this today!

      You’re efforts to create such a tool are really appreciated.

    • #143443
      wilkinsi
      Participant

      Is there an Eclipse control app that works on a MacBook Pro, or is it iPad only?

    • #143445
      AndrewCapon
      Participant

      Hi,

      It is iPad/iPhone only I am afraid.

      Andy

    • #144737
      tommaso_s
      Participant

      Anyone tried it? Reviews? Does it work properly? Does Eventide endorse this app officially?

      Tom

      • #144743
        gang
        Member
        tommaso_s wrote:

        Anyone tried it? Reviews? Does it work properly? Does Eventide endorse this app officially?

        Tom

         

        This would be great to know.

        If good, it is major step forward.

    • #150090
      rkilman
      Member

      I just found this app and downloaded it. Works well, but the delay in screen refresh is a bit of a downer, since that is the main reason I got it. I also had some weird dropped signal issues, but that could very well be user error. Still, if you have an iPad, it is definitely worth it. I had previously been using a Lemur layout someone developed, but this is far better. Kudos to the app developer!

      • #150092
        IOSAudio
        Member
        rkilman wrote:

        I just found this app and downloaded it. Works well, but the delay in screen refresh is a bit of a downer, since that is the main reason I got it. I also had some weird dropped signal issues, but that could very well be user error. Still, if you have an iPad, it is definitely worth it. I had previously been using a Lemur layout someone developed, but this is far better. Kudos to the app developer!

        Can you get in touch with me at support@iosaudio.co.uk and we can look at the problems you are seeing.

        Cheers

        Andy

    • #157128
      gerax
      Member

      Not available anymore on iTunes or Mac Appstore, has it been discontinued?

      L.

    • #157727
      cbm
      Participant

      I’m unclear on how it talks to the Orville and Eclipse. What connections are needed?

    • #157729
      AndrewCapon
      Participant

      Hi,

      It uses midi, so there are a few ways to connect:

      1. You can use a midi interface connected to the iPad.

      2, The iPad connected to a computer via wifi and the computer connected over midi to the Eventide device:

      3. A midi interface connected to the Eclipse that supports network midi, like the iConnect range.

      4. A bluetooth midi dongle plugged into the eventide device. I use the Yamaha MD-BT01 with my Eclipse.

      Cheers

      Andy

    • #157133
      AndrewCapon
      Participant
      gerax wrote:

      Not available anymore on iTunes or Mac Appstore, has it been discontinued?

      L.

       

      Hi,

      I just looked on the App Store on an iPad here and it is available.

      What IOS version do you have and what country are you in?

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      Cheers

      Andy

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