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Dead ends everywhere: how does one learn to use the Bismark Bs-16i with MIDI Mobilizer on an iPhone?
on 2010-10-07 14:18:13.4430
I have made an attempt use my MIDI Mobilizer, my iPhone, and the Bismark Bs-16i app. But, I am failing miserably in an attempt to add sound files to use with Bs-16i. (I have the Nlog MIDI Synth app and it works well.) I must confess that I am definitely in over my head with Bs-16i. However, there appears to be almost no information on how to use it anywhere and I want to learn how to use it. Here's a summary of my efforts that may help you point me in the right direction. I would really appreciate it.
What I'm trying to do
-Add MIDI files to the Bs-16i iPhone app such as grand piano and organ
What I've done to learn how to use Bs-16i with MIDI Mobilizer
-Connected the MIDI Molizer with my keyboard controller and my iPhone; it all works flawlessly with the sound file(s) included with the app
-Searched the iTunes App Store for WiFi file sharing apps and found some
-Searched the Line 6 web site
-Searched the Bismark web site (It's in Portuguese)
-Searched YouTube (I've found one or two recent Bs-16i vids)
What I've accomplished
-Zero, zip, nada
I clearly do not know either generally or specifically what is required to add sound files. As a result, I have no results. Also, I do have an iPad and would like to eventually duplicate this project on it.
What should I do?
Re: Dead ends everywhere: how does one learn to use the Bismark Bs-16i with MIDI Mobilizer on an iPhone?
on 2010-12-24 12:48:03.0430
use bs-16I is easy .. it is a great portable sampler
You can import files giga, halion.kontack through Extreme Sample Converter
and convert your file into DLS
Bs-16i support file DLS
I am currently using BS-16I to perform live with Midimobiliize and iPodTouch
I love Midimobiliize
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