RandyFF Posted November 15, 2018 Share Posted November 15, 2018 Hey, took advantage of the recent Ravenscroft 275 sale and tried using it with my iPad. I havent been able to get it to work. If I play the iPad on screen keyboard, I hear the sounds, but it doesnt seem to be receiving any midi input from my Casio MZ-X500. By contrast, all of my other iOS music instruments like Korg module, Neo soul keys, syntronik, etc., work effortlessly. With one of these I do have to choose the midi input as the Korg PlugKey, but thats it. I have a support ticket in with UVi, and the suggestion so far is to make sure Ive selected the midi in port, Korg PlugKey, and try checking all 16 midi channels, and then they suggested I make a video of the problems of Im having. I see no reason to go to the extra trouble of making a video, my other ios programs work with no problem, and I made a point of using the exact language that they use with their app to describe the problem, AND, there are no more parameters to adjust, its a super simple app, I cant imagine a video making things any clearer. The only thing that occurs to me is maybe the iOS is not accommodated by this app. Im using iOS 12.1, which is the latest, so maybe there is some incompatibility Couple questions, 1. For those of you using it, what iOS version are you using? 2. Do you have ideas about how I can get it to run? I have a iPad Pro 9.7 inch, with 4GB out of 32GB free, running iOS 12.1. After failing to get R 275 to run, Ive immediately gotten other iOS music apps to run. Same with using the Apple camera connect kit. Suggestions please! Thanks, Randy Quote Kawai ES110 & ES920 /// Casio CT-X5000, CT-S500 /// Yamaha EW425 Yamaha Melodica and Alto Recorder QSC K8.2 // JBL Eon One Compact // Soundcore Motion Boom Plus // Win10 laptop i7 8GB // iPad Pro 9.7" 32GB Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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