Currently Being ModeratedDec 6, 2012 4:15 PM (in response to GuitarKidd)Re: HD Edit for OS devices iPads & iPhones?
currently this is achievable, but only indirectly, and you need a mac laptop, and an ipad/iphone connected to the laptop via Air Display... http://avatron.com/apps/air-display
I don't know if the laptop can be pc with an ipad or not - the link should clarify things.
So you would connect your pod to the computer, and control pod edit via the ipad screen, which controls the computer.
The ideal would certainly be for L6 to not only upgrade pod edit, but also to release it in ipad app form. An ipad camera connector kit is needed which can be picked up cheap all over the place.
There are so many requests for this idea, or that idea that L6 have to choose what's worth following up.....
Maybe all their research is going ino combining the DT50 and the PodHD into one all-powerful amp/fx setup at an affordable price???? (just sayin..)
No harm in putting in a request through the official channels tho!
Currently Being ModeratedDec 6, 2012 5:23 PM (in response to eenymason)Re: HD Edit for OS devices iPads & iPhones?
I could see it on a tablet because of the larger screen but on a small cell phone android screen, I don't think so. I can't imagine actually being able to select a patch within the "Set List" view/page.
So go old school and just remember your banks and patches. At our church, I'm able to use one patch per song and I toggle on/off reverbs, delays and extra crunch. We typically do four songs so I set it up sequentially: within bank(1), song 1 = patch 1, song 2 = patch 2, etc... that's one bank with 1 patch per song. We also have a typed setlist so if you do also, you could write down the bank/patch next to each song.
You could bring your laptop?
Currently Being ModeratedDec 7, 2012 4:45 AM (in response to scottyo78)Re: HD Edit for OS devices iPads & iPhones?
At a push one could use a) a laptop connected to the POD with HD Edit and a VNC server running then 2) client running on your tablet device or whatever to control the laptop interface. It is a crude way of working though and I don't think it would be particularly slick or easy.
I recommend spending more time using the controls on the POD itself. It is obviously far less intuitive than HD Edit but is actually not that difficult to get fluid with once you use it for a bit. You can do pretty much everything that can be done with HD Edit. I actually do 95% of my editing using the controls as I cannot be bothered to plug my PC in. I mainly use the Laptop for backing the POD up and upgrades.