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  1. Since today, the instrument input on my sonic port has ceased to work. Headphone output still works, line input still work, i have not tested line output. My ipad was updated two days ago to IOs 10.1.1, i don't know if this is related. I have tried with another guitar, with another cable, but nothing work. Thank you for your help.
  2. I'm wanting to connect my Line 6 KB37 toneport to my iPad Air 2 so I can use the midi keyboard to control the keyboard sounds in garage band & use the line inputs. Has anyone got any help / experience / advice? I think I'm going to need to Apple camera connecting kit but not sure if this will do what I want it to. Help please!
  3. All credits regarding this discovering goes to Elantric from Vguitar Forums. Guitarist and MIDI Designer Pro user François Desnoyers has been one of the most influential people in the MIDI Designer Community. Features from his suggestion list are still being implemented in every MIDI Designer release, and his international French is behind the French App Store text. But as you can see from his layouts, he’s serious about making MIDI Controllers, like this one for the Line 6 HD500. The HD500 does not allow for a lot of MIDI control. Even so, François solves one of the biggest problems with the interface, which is allowing direct, visible access to the presets: Having to rely on a reference grid to identify presets was not very pleasant. I decided to reproduce most of SETLIST panels on pages. You can mix and match pages from this layout with those for the Line 6 DT50 Amp Controller. This way you can control both your FX and your amp from the same device. Sweet! MIDI Controller for iPad for Line6 HD500, 1 of 2 Instructions for Use Buy MIDI Designer Pro or unlock MIDI Designer Lite Check out the instructions, screenshots, a short video and the read me file on the Community Site. Long press on the MIDI Designer layout and use “Open In…†to open it in MIDI Designer Pro or Lite unlocked. http://mididesigner.com/community/midi-controller-for-line-6-hd500/
  4. Hello Just wanted to follow up a post from february asking about using an fbv mkII foot controller with an ipad. I use one and it's fantastic. I use it with a powered hub (battery powered with an iPhone type usb rechargeable battery pack). With a camera connection kit it seems very reliable. I use it with JamUp Pro for guitar effects and for controlling Loopy HD. It also works well with Amplitube. The FBV mkII has always been great for me for its versatility (great with Reason), but this has made it even better and helped remove the computer element from my rig... Almost.
  5. So, I was thinking this morning, I am super happy that there is an editor for the Helix for Mac/PC but it lacks a little bit in the ways of portability. An iPad/Android version would really take the cake. We need more portability and a touch interface. Here's the idea if you wanna up vote it: http://line6.ideascale.com/a/dtd/Helix-editor-for-iPad/826675-23508
  6. Hey guys, Since the remote app updates today I get the message 'device not connected' I've tried impairing the device, renown loading the app and a factory reset but nothing has worked. This is on an iPad 4th gen running the latest iOS. I have also tried it on an iPhone 6s with the same result. Can anybody help? Thank you
  7. Issue: In some rare cases, connecting a supported device to unlock the LE feature set fails to work with Cubasis LE on iOS 8. Solution: Please restart Cubasis LE and make sure the included demo song properly plays back through the built-in speaker of your iPad. Afterwards, connect a supported device to unlock the LE feature set. If the unlock procedure keeps failing on iOS 8, please update your iPad device to iOS 9 and try again.
  8. Check out this video where I show how to setup the Helix to control Loopy HD on your iPad. This is an amazing looper and the Helix finally makes me excited to get into a looper again.
  9. Fowney

    No sound

    So, I connect everything as per the manual, but I can't get any sound on the Mobile Pod. Can't even use the tuner. Nothing. Even more frustrating having just paid £15 for an in-app purchase, not that I have any idea what I have purchased. So much for "free app with a Line 6 sonic port"!!!
  10. Apologize if this has been asked already, I couldn't find it in the archives. I've got a latest generation Ipad and would like to record my playing using the built in video camera on the Ipad. I know I can use the built in Ipad microphone or can use a lightning connector mic like a Blue Sparkle to capture external Helix audio coming out of my amplified speakers. But I'm wondering if there is an output on the Helix that would allow me to send the guitar audio signal direct into the ipad to record the audio along with the video that is recording on the Ipad? Ideally would like to do this and also at the same time continue to send my Helix output via the XLR cables to my speakers so I can hear the audio in the room as I'm playing. Any assistance for a tech newb greatly appreciated. Thank you.
  11. I play for my church and I am the only musician there so we run songs off of an IPad and into the soundboard. They want me to run the IPad into my 500x so I can play the songs through there and be in control of the set list. If in run it through the aux in would I be able to separate the signals so the sound man can turn my guitar up and down with out bit affecting the IPad? And vise versa. Can I run it through the midi? Or USb? Would I be able to control the music with a volume pedal on the 500x? Some of the songs tend to just cut off so I want to be able to fade the music when its about to end.
  12. Is there anything I can do to stop the StageScape Remote iPad app from closing when I multitask on my iPad? It seems that whenever I switch from OnSong to the StageScape Remote application, the StageScape app has to be re-opened and I have to wait for it to reconnect to the M20d mixer. I am using the proper iPad mult-task procedure (double click the iPad button) when I switch from OnSong to the StageScape. I can successfully switch between OnSong and other applications without having to reopen them so this appears to be an issue specific to the StageScape app. If anyone has a way for me to configure the StageScape app to persist when switched from, it would be greatly appreciated. If not, this is definitely a fix I hope Line6 will work into a future release of the StageScape Remote app.
  13. *** Problem has been solved. If you use iTunes Match, any song you try to play through the AMPLIFi App will not play. The actually song has to be on your actual device.*** The biggest issue (not for me because I am an apple user) is that this is NOT geared for anyone who uses anything else but iOS and buys their music through iTunes (this iTunes part is a problem for me because I do not buy all my music through iTunes). With the AMPLIFi app, you can only stream music that has been purchased through iTunes. Also, this music is the only music that pulls up suggested tones to match the music. ***All devices (iOS, Android, Mac, PC, Windows Phones) will be able to stream their audio to the amp via Bluetooth (provided it has Bluetooth capability). But the amp's tone matching functions DO NOT WORK with anything else but iOS and music strictly purchased through iTunes. I am assuming that this is how the tone matching works. Line 6 must have teamed up with Apple and use the metadata in the music from iTunes to match up tones. Even music that you put into your iTunes library from CDs or if you purchased through Amazon will not be able to be streamed through the AMPLIFi app and have tone matching capabilities.*** I have found this out when I was messing with the free iPhone AMPLIFi app. Check out my video of that here.
  14. Hello all, I was wondering if it's possible to connect a Toneport UX2 to an iPad to record with Garageband for example. Does anyone know if this is possible, and how? Kind regards, Herman
  15. Hi there, I have a Firehawk with Variax JTV-69 and have also ordered a Helix. Other than the blindingly obvious "why don't I actually try and get better at playing the guitar before falling prey to a GAS attack?" the question I have is “why would I keep Firehawk when I also have a Helix?â€. I'm thinking because of Firehawk's abilities to be controlled by an iPad (which I really like), to be able to download tones via the ipad and also the fact that I can play a backing track from the iPad into the Firehawk and play along. I know the Helix doesn't have the ipad ability and L6's explanation makes sense to me that it was too much data that would have to be passed via Bluetooth so I've come to terms with that. I'm not sure how Helix will allow me to connect something so I can play a backing track through the system, though. I don't know whether I'm being dumb to think I'll need to keep the Firehawk with all that Helix has to offer but I'd welcome any thoughts/comments anyone might have about keeping it or not as the case may be (when) Helix arrives. I have no idea whether the Firehawk will lay there pretty much unused, or whether actually it will provide me the best of both worlds if I can connect the two (i.e. GUI via ipad and backing blend via Firehawk plus Helix's strengths). Cheers...Rod
  16. this is on the http://line6.com/stagescape-m20d/features#faderview Fader View is available on the StageScape M20d display as well as the StageScape Remote iPad app. For the best of both worlds, you can use Stage View and Fader View together. For example, set StageScape M20d to Stage View and your iPad to Fader View and bank through faders simply by touching icons on the stage. It’s a faster, more intuitive experience than you get with other digital consoles. sounds cool, never thought about it.
  17. Hi there, We've just purchased 10 midi mobilisers for our school to connect to midi keyboards and for students to record their performances on GarageBand. We're having some serious reliability issues with all of them. When we plug them in for the first time, they generally work. But when students accidentally unplug them (as students do) and re-attach the connection is completely lost. We've tried all of the following: - quitting all apps and restarting - occasionally works - upgrading firmware to latest version - fiddling with the connector. When it works the red LEDs flash as you would expect (we're only using the midi in to the ipads), but when disconnected it rarely reconnects. Is there anything we can try, or has anybody had a similar problem and found a solution? Any help much appreciated - thanks!
  18. I have recently started getting this error when I boot up the app on the iPhone and iPad I am forced to log in every time I boot it up. These two issues are new, I have had the app and amp about a month and this started last week. Full text of error is: Oops! We encountered an unexpected error. Please try again later. getMyTones failed with error 15877 (No Token!) any ideas?
  19. Just a heads up: I recently upgraded my iPad to ios8, now my Mobile Keys does NOT work with the standard connector. It was working absolutely perfectly on ios7. Using USB via a camera kit DOES work however, so the hardware isn't a problem. ios8 and Mobile Keys are simply incompatible - it would be nice if Line 6 acknowledged this fact and set about providing a solution...
  20. AMPLIFi Remote App Release Notes: AMPLIFi Remote for Android app v2.00.0 First public release of AMPLIFi Remote for Android AMPLIFi Remote iOS app v2.00.0 Minor bug fixes Support for new firmware device names that now include _75, _150, and _FX100. AMPLIFi Remote iOS app v1.30 Bug fixes for iOS 8.0 compatibility. AMPLIFi Remote iOS app v1.21.1 Improved user experience for FX100 firmware update. Ability to use the application without user login. Bug fixes. AMPLIFi Remote iOS app v1.20 Optional firmware update for AMPLIFi 75/150 bringing access to 100 preset locations. FBV Express MKII and FBV Shortboard MKII are not supported. AMPLIFi Remote iOS app v1.10 Tone sharing via Facebook. AMPLIFi Remote iOS app v1.01.1 Share tones via Twitter from within AMPLIFi Remote. Easily search tones on the Line 6 cloud from the main menu. More easily save preset metadata by choosing from pre-defined values. Get tone match results that include My Tones, even when offline. My Tones and Favorites are grouped to improve navigation. My Tones now includes Factory Presets to help start your tone collection. Expand/collapse groups of tones in your Tone Match results. Favorites can now be un-favorited. Numerous usability enhancements. Bug fixes. AMPLIFi Remote iOS app v1.00.1 Bug fixes and UI improvements. AMPLIFi Remote iOS app v1.00 Initial Release.
  21. AMPLIFi Firmware Release Notes: AMPLIFi 75/150/TT/FX100 firmware v2.50.2 AMPLIFi Firmware 2.50.2 is a free firmware update that includes fixes and optimizations. It is highly recommended that all AMPLIFi users perform this update! AMPLIFi Remote 2.13 or greater is required for use with this firmware. Please update your AMPLIFi remote app on iOS or Android before upgrading to this version of firmware. The easiest way to perform the update process is by installing the latest version of Line 6 Updater. Once you've connected AMPLIFi to your computer via USB port (hubs are not supported), Line 6 Updater will recognize the unit and take you through the update process. PC users will need to install the AMPLIFi device driver. Line 6 Updater application and drivers may be downloaded here: http://line6.com/software/ New Feature: "Assign to Pedal" support allows you to use the built-in pedal on FBV Shortboard and FBV Express to control parameters assigned to the FX Knob. These parameters are assigned by pressing and holding on the desired parameter in the AMPLIFi Remote app. Bug Fixes: -Improved Bluetooth connection stability and reconnect behavior -Other minor bug fixes and optimizations AMPLIFi 75/150/TT/FX100 firmware v2.10 All AMPLIFi units USB 2.0 recording for Mac OSX 10.7+ and Windows 7/8 Class-compliant Mac/iPad drivers @ 24bit/48K (these drivers are in OSX 10.7+) ASIO driver version 1.64 for Windows that provides 16/24 bit, 44.1/48/88.2/96K recording and sample rate conversion. This can be adjusted in the Windows Sound Control Panel. USB audio streaming buffers and default bit depth can be set in the AMPLIFi Control Panel, or from within a DAW. Driver must be downloaded and installed from www.line6.com/software. [*]Bug fixes and enhancements. [*]Tap tempo light can be toggled on and off via the Remote app [*]Adjusting the reverb knob will automatically enable the reverb block if it happens to be turned off [*]At this time, it is recommended to perform the update using the AMPLIFi Utility for PC found at www.Line6.com/software, using instructions found at http://line6.com/support/page/kb/_/amplifi-products/ampl/how-to-update-amplifi-with-a-pc-r701 75/150-specific items A 12dB gain stage has been added to the guitar in the headphone output of the 75/150 to make the guitar/Bluetooth blend sound the same in the headphones as it does through the speakers. FX100-specific items No FX100-specific items in this release. TT-specific items The previous AMPLIFi TT firmware provides a USB stream that is 12dB too hot and always clips the input of a DAW unless you crank it down on the hardware (white LED ring on the big knob). This issue is fixed in this release. ​ AMPLIFi 75/150/FX100 firmware v2.00.0 Firmware adds SPP Bluetooth capability for data communication with Android devices. This update is NOT required for iOS users, but will require version 2.00 of the iOS app as device names have changed. AMPLIFi 75/150/FX100 firmware v1.01.0 Ability to turn individual effects on and off within a single preset using the 'STOMP', 'MOD', 'DELAY', 'REVERB' footswitches. Navigate the 100 on board preset locations using the Bank and Preset footswitches available on the FBV Shortboard MKII. Two way communication added between the AMPLIFi 75/150/FX100 and the AMPLIFi Remote App so that changes made to the AMPLIFi hardware instantly are shown within the AMPLIFi Remote App. Resolved an issue with zipper noise when using the wah on FBV MKII controllers. Improvements made to Bluetooth connection. AMPLIFi 75/150 firmware v1.00.5 Several fixes were put in place that improve Bluetooth data communication and stability with the AMPLIFi Remote application. AMPLIFi 75/150 firmware v1.00 Initial release.
  22. Does anyone know if the Pod X3 will work on an ipad using the "Camera-connection kit" to connect the usb? http://store.apple.com/us/product/MC531ZM/A/apple-ipad-camera-connection-kit
  23. Deutsch Français For a review of how to connect your Sonic Port VX or Sonic Port CLICK HERE. (Click to view larger images.) From the Instruments Menu, select the Guitar Amp. From the Guitar Amp Screen, tap the guitar cable button in the upper left hand corner and turn the monitor on. From the Instruments Menu, select the Audio Recorder. From the Audio Record Menu Screen, tap the guitar cable button in the upper left hand corner and turn the monitor on. From the Instruments Menu, select the Sampler. From the Sampler Screen, tap the guitar cable button in the upper left hand corner and turn the monitor on. For more information on using GarageBand checkout the the User Manual Here. Wie benutze ich Sonic Port mit GarageBand? Um Anweisungen zu den Anschlüssen des Sonic Port zu erhalten klicken Sie HIER. (Klicken, um die Bilder zu vergrößern.) Im "Instrumente"-Menu klicken Sie auf den Gitarrenverstärker ("Guitar Amp"). Im Gitarrenverstärker-Fenster klicken Sie auf das Gitarrenkabel oben links in der Ecke und schalten Sie "Monitor" an. Im "Instrumente"-Menu wählen Sie nun den "Audio Recorder". Im Audio Recorder Menu tippen Sie oben links wieder auf das Gitarrenkabel und schalten "Monitor" an. Im "Instrumente"-Menu wählen Sie nun den "Sampler". Im Sampler Menu tippen Sie wiederum auf das Gitarrenkabel und schalten "Monitor" an. Sollten Sie mehr Informationen über GarageBand benötigen können Sie das Benutzerhandbuch hier finden. Comment est-ce que j'utilise Sonic Port avec GarageBand? Pour recevoir des instructions concernant les connexions du Sonic Port cliquez ICI. (Cliquez pour agrandir les images) Dans le menu "Instruments", cliquez sur l'amplificateur guitare ("Guitar Amp"). Dans la fenêtre de l'amplificateur, tapez le câble de guitare dans le coin supérieur gauche et activez "Monitor". Dans le menu "Instruments", cliquez sur "Audio Recorder". Dans ce menu d'enregistrement audio, tapez le câble de guitare dans le coin supérieur gauche et activez "Monitor". Dans le menu "Instruments", cliquez sur "Sampler". Dans ce dernier menu tapez encore une fois sur le câble de guitare dans le coin supérieur gauche et activez "Monitor". Si vous avez besoin d'aide supplémentaire avec GarageBand, vous pouvez trouver le manuel d'utilisation ici.
  24. Deutsch Français For More information on connecting your Line 6 Mobile interfaces check out the links below: Sonic Port VX / Sonic Port Mobile In After your Line 6 Mobile Interface is connected launch the Audiobus app. Once the app launches you will be see the Audiobus Inputs and Outputs screen. Tap "+" where it says "Input". Once you tap the "+" button, a drop down list will show you all of your available Audiobus Input compatible apps. Tap the Mobile POD app from the list. Once you have chosen the Mobile POD app, the Audiobus will insert it into the ?Input? slot, you will need to tap the icon for the Mobile POD app to launch it. The Mobile POD app will then launch and you will see the main user interface for Mobile POD. At this point you can choose a preset or create tone. Once you are ready to rock, you can swipe your finger from right to left on the right hand edge of iOS device. This will bring out the Audiobus control panel that allows you to navigate between the apps you are using with Audiobus.Tap the Audiobus icon and a shortcut back to Audiobus will drop down, tap it to head back into Audiobus. Once your back in Audiobus tap the "+" above "Output". Once you tap the "+" button, a drop down list will show you all of your available Audiobus Output compatible apps. Tap the GarargeBand app from the list. Once you have chosen the GarageBand app, the Audiobus will insert it into the "Output" slot, you will need to tap the icon for the GarageBand app to launch it. Once GarageBand is launched you will you need to either Create New Song or load an existing song, then choose the "Audio Recorder". Once the Audio Recorder opens you can tap the Record button at the top of the screen to start recording. If you want to re-adjust your guitar tone in Mobile POD again, you can swipe the right hand side of the screen again to bring out the Audiobus Control Panel, and then tap the Mobile POD app icon. You will then be brought back to the Mobile POD app where you can re-adjust your tone. Once you are ready to record, you can swipe the right hand side of the screen again to bring out the Audiobus Control Panel, then tap the GarageBand icon. Once you tap the GarageBand icon, a transport control for it will appear allowing you to control GarageBand from within the Mobile POD app. Tap the "REC" button to begin recording your Mobile POD tone into a open track in GarageBand. Once your are done recording, you can press the play button to playback your recording Wie benutze ich Mobile POD mit Audiobus? Für mehr Informationen wie Sie Ihre Line 6 Mobile Schnittstellen verbinden können, folgen Sie diesen Links: Sonic Port VX / Sonic Port Mobile In Nachdem Sie Ihre Schnittstelle angeschlossen haben starten Sie die Audiobus App. Sobald die App gestartet ist werden Sie den Input und Output-Bildschirm von Audiobus sehen. Drücken Sie wie abgebildet auf das "+" über "Input". Wenn Sie nun auf den "+" Knopf gedrückt haben wird eine Liste erscheinen, die Ihnen alle verfügbaren, mit Audiobus kompatiblen, Apps zeigt. Drücken Sie auf die "Mobile POD" App. Sofern Sie nun die Mobile POD App ausgesucht haben wird Audiobus diese in den "Input" Slot einfügen. Wenn Sie nun auf das Icon der Mobile POD App drücken startet diese. Nun startet die Mobile POD App und Sie können die Benutzeroberfläche von Mobile POD sehen. Hier können Sie nun eine Voreinstellung auswählen oder selbst einen Klang schaffen. Wenn Sie nun von der rechten auf die linke Seite Ihres iOS Gerätes streichen wird dies das Einstellungsfeld von Audiobus hervorbringen, hier können Sie zwischen den verschiedenen Apps wechseln, die Sie mit Audiobus am benutzen sind. Drücken Sie auf das Audiobus Icon und eine Verknüpfung zu Audiobus wird erscheinen, klicken Sie auf diese um zurück zu Audiobus zu gelangen. Sobald Sie nun zurück auf Audiobus sind tippen Sie auf das "+" über "Output". Nachdem Sie das "+" gedrückt haben wird wieder eine Liste erscheinen von der Sie nun mit Audiobus kompatible Output Apps auswählen können. Tippen Sie auf die GarageBand App. Nun fügt Audiobus die GarageBand App in den Output Slot ein. Sie müssen hier nun das GarageBand Icon anklicken um GarageBand zu starten. Sobald GarageBand gestartet ist können Sie entweder einen neuen Song kreieren oder einen bereits existierenden Song laden, dann tippen Sie auf den "Audio Recorder". Wenn dieser dann startet können Sie auf den "Record" Knopf drücken um die Aufnahme zu starten. Falls Sie Ihren Gitarrenklang im Mobile POD neu anpassen wollen müssen Sie über die rechte Seite des Bildschirms streichen um wiederum die Audiobus Einstellungsfläche aufzurufen, hier tippen Sie auf die Mobile POD App und werden somit wieder zurück zur Mobile POD App gebracht wo Sie Ihre Klänge neu einstellen können. Wenn Sie dann bereit sind aufzunehmen können Sie wiederum auf der rechten Seite das Audiobus-Menu aufrufen und hier die GarageBand App anklicken. Wenn Sie das GarageBand-Icon angeklickt haben wird hier nun innerhalb der Mobile POD App eine Bedienfläche für GarageBand auftauchen. Tippen Sie auf den "REC" Knopf um die Mobile POD Aufnahme zu starten, diese wird hier nun sofort in einer offenen Tonspur von GarageBand abgelegt. Sofern Sie Ihre Aufnahme abgeschlossen haben können Sie den Knopf zum Abspielen drücken um ihre Aufnahme wiederzugeben. Comment est-ce que j'utilise Mobile POD avec Audiobus? Pour recevoir des informations supplémentaires sur les connexions des interfaces Line 6 Mobile, utilisez ces liens: Sonic Port VX / Sonic Port Mobile In Connectez votre interface. Démarrez l'application Audiobus. Dès que l'application est démarrée, vous pouvez voir la fenêtre des entrées et sorties Audiobus. Tapez sur le "+" au-dessus de "Input". Si vous avez cliqué sur le bouton "+", une liste apparaîtra qui vous montre tous les applications compatibles et disponibles avec Audiobus. Tapez sur l'application "Mobile POD". Lorsque vous avez choisi l'application Mobile App, Audiobus l'insérera dans l'emplacement "Input". Si vous cliquez maintenant sur l'icône de l'application Mobile POD, elle démarre. Maintenant, l'application Mobile POD démarre et vous pouvez voir l'interface utilisateur de Mobile POD. Ici vous pouvez choisir un prédéfini ou créer un ton manuellement. Si vous glissé de droit à gauche sur votre appareil iOS, le menu des réglages de Audiobus s'ouvre, ici vous pouvez échanger l'application actuelle vous utilisez avez Audiobus. Tapez sur l'icône Audiobus et un raccourci apparaît. Cliquez ce raccourci et vous retournez à Audiobus. Prévu que vous êtes sur Audiobus maintenant, tapez le "+" au-dessus de "Output". Après vous ayez cliqué le "+", une liste apparaîtra qui vous montre tous les applications de sortie quelles sont compatibles avec Audiobus. Tapez l'application GarageBand. Maintenant, Audiobus insère l'application GarageBand dans l'emplacement "Output". Ici vous devez cliquez l'icône GarageBand pour l'ouvrir. Dès que GarageBand est démarré, vous pouvez créer une nouvelle chanson ou ouvrir une chanson existante, tapez sur "Audio Recorder". S'il démarre, vous pouvez taper sur "Record" pour démarrer l'enregistrement. Si vous voulez ajuster le son de la guitare dans le Mobile POD, vous devez d'abord glisser sur le côté droite pour appeler les réglages d'Audiobus. Ici vous tapez sur l'application Mobile POD et l'appareil vous l'ouvre, maintenant vous pouvez régler vos sons. Lorsque vous êtes prêt à enregistrer, vous glisser encore une fois à droite et vous tapez sur GarageBand. Si vous avez tapez l'icône GarageBand, nouveaux boutons apparaissent à l'intérieur de Mobile POD. Tapez sur "REC" pour démarrer l'enregistrement Mobile POD. Cet enregistrement est mis directement sur une nouvelle piste sonore de GarageBand. À condition que vous avez terminé votre enregistrement, vous pouvez tapez le bouton pour jouer votre enregistrement.
  25. Deutsch Français The Sonic Port VX, Sonic Port, and Mobile In interfaces can be used in place of the built in microphone on your iOS device to input audio for iOS video capture, here's how to do it: 1: Setup your Sonic Port VX or Sonic Port connections using the instructions HERE. Setup your Mobile In using the instructions HERE. 2: Launch the iOS Camera app. 3: Switch to the video by tapping the photo/video slider at the bottom of the screen. 4: Press the red record button in the bottom center of the screen to begin recording video while capturing audio from the Sonic Port VX, Sonic Port, or Mobile In. The audio input will be dry unprocessed audio. . für ein Video über Mobile In Verbindungen.
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