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Iconic images, album artwork, music video, social media or marketing - photography is to the eyes, what music is to the ears. We discuss all things photography and video, with an emphasis on the creative process and deliver a healthy dose of the tools and toys at the heart of our art.

 

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    • It is surprising that it all seems to work smoothly on iPad, but is problematic on Mac, considering that CoreMIDI should be the same on both platforms.
    • i can't confirm right now 'cause it's all taken apart and in multiple locations,  but i'm pretty sure i had no problem with bluetooth midi in either direction with an ipad mini 6.  rig was ct-s1000v, ipad mini 6, yammy reface cp and yc all controlled by camelot pro running on ipad with a usb C powered hub.  
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