July 20, 2010 by PreSonus
Posted in iPad, StudioLive, StudioLive 24.4.2
When I first saw this title Running a StudioLive 24 with a iPad – Rick Naqvi | PreSonus Blog on google I just whent and bookmark it. Pretty nice post. I just stumbled upon your blog and wanted to say that I’ve really enjoyed surfing around your blog posts. In any case I’ll be subscribing to your rss feed and I hope you write again soon!
great questions,where do you post the answers??
I am a user of StudioLive 16.4.2
I have macbook pro and iPad. My problem is reflected in the work with the other part of the screen on iPad, where there are channels 13 to 16!
When I try to work with the channel 13,14,15 or 16, as soon as you release your finger from the screen, image is automatically returned to the initial 12 channels.
It would be great if this problem solved soon as a new update!
I have a question. If I cascade two studioive 24.4.2s, can I control them remotely using the Ipad app? If not, what’s the best way to control the mixers remotely? Can I use another lapttop (loaded with Universal app) instead of an Ipad? I have late model Macbooks that I can use.
Please respond at your earliest convenience.
Hi Rick. Our church in New Jersey is planningto upgrade our sound system mainly because we have issues about our stage level. We decided to have in ear monitoring to solve this problem. If an iPhone is able to control VSL’s aux sends in the WiFi range, what is the possibility of monitoring through an iPhone using better in ear drivers?
I've set my system exactly as you describe and while faders/sliders work fine, knobs, no matter what I do fail to turn. I've tried tapping, Tap-and-hold, double-tapping. What am I missing?
I would like to see a similar video, except dealing with PC and a PC tablet. I do not own MAC or Ipad. I have HP comps.
I would love to see more editing features such as noise reduction of audio included in the next studio one update : I love that you have created a very user friendly DAW