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  1. Can anyone help, I have an iPhone 5C, Pod app installed ok, and loads and runs ok, I have given it access to the microphone, by settings, privacy, microphone, and allowing the app. I plug the sonic port to the iphone, run the app, and it all works, I plug the guitar and it all seems ok, it will tune on the tuner ok, and the green bars all flash and change as i play , all seems ok, but No Sound.... Doesn't seem to matter what I do, whatever amp or FX I set, whether I set the Volumes to 1 or 10, it obvioulsy can connect ok to my guitar, it flashes the indicator bars all correct, but No Sound.. What could I possibly have missed, any help or suggestions very welcome... Steve
  2. What are LIne6 software plans to provide edit POD HD software for IOS, iPAD , iPhone. I plan to buy the POD HD500x and see this as a important criteria. Any demo / beta test available? Regards Marcel
  3. The manual and marketing pages never say whether the iPad (or whatever) has to be connected at all times with the Amplifi FX100, or if you only need it for programming or streaming audio. Can you use the FX100 by itself for a gig, with the presets that are already defined? Or does it need the iPad to function in all circumstances? -Rob
  4. I made a quick video showing the iPhone app for this new amp. Check it out here.
  5. Version française. Deutsche Version. Please be aware that with the current AMPLIFi and Firehawk remote apps, connection problems can occur if the Bluetooth device is paired after the app has been opened. In this scenario, we suggest that you: fully quit the app (double click the home button and swipe the app off the dock) pair over Bluetooth launch the app CLICK HERE for a video tutorial on Bluetooth Pairing your AMPLIFi/Firehawk. To pair the AMPLIFi/Firehawk with your Bluetooth device: Enable Bluetooth on the device you would like to stream audio from. Put the AMPLIFi/Firehawk into "Pairing Mode" by pressing and holding the Bluetooth button located on the upper left of the top panel. It will begin to flash quickly to indicate it is in "Pairing Mode", and the Master Volume knob's LEDs will change from solid red to flashing white. Within the Bluetooth options of your mobile device, an entry for "AMPLIFi/Firehawk" will appear. Select the "AMPLIFi/Firehawk" entry and pair with it. The Bluetooth LED will stop flashing and become solidly lit blue. Your AMPLIFi/Firehawk is now ready stream audio from your device and work with the Remote app. If you are experiencing unexpected Bluetooth performance such as audio playback drop outs, intermittent connectivity between your AMPLIFi/Firehawk and its Remote app, decreased range, or difficulty finding, pairing, and connecting to your Bluetooth device, you most likely are encountering interference with your Bluetooth connection. Here are some common sources of Bluetooth interference: Physical barriers such as the structure/material of the environment or objects in the surrounding area that are within the line of sight between the two devices. Any wireless device that operate in the 2.4 GHz or 5 GHz frequency range. Wi-Fi devices, routers, hotspots, and accessories. Other Bluetooth devices or accessories. Direct Satellite Service system Extreme electrical sources such as power lines, electrical railroad tracks, and power stations. Try the following troubleshooting steps in the order they are listed to help minimize the amount of Bluetooth interference you are experiencing. Please refer to the Bluetooth pairing instructions above when following the troubleshooting steps below: Quit AMPLIFi remote by double clicking the home button and swiping the app up off the dock, then restart the app. Make sure you are in range of the Bluetooth accessory with which you are trying to pair with as most Bluetooth accessories have a range of around 30 feet. Move your iOS device closer to the Bluetooth accessory. Reposition your AMPLIFi/Firehawk so that it is in direct line of sight with the Bluetooth device you are pairing it with. Remove the case, stand, or accessories you are using with your Bluetooth device. Double check that your device is successfully paired with your AMPLIFi/Firehawk. Delete/"forget" your AMPLIFi/Firehawk device from the list of available Bluetooth devices. Press and hold the Bluetooth button on the upper left of the top panel for 2-3 seconds and let go; it should begin to blink quickly to indicate that your AMPLIFi/Firehawk is in "Pairing mode". Try again to pair your Bluetooth device with the AMPLIFi/Firehawk. Disable Bluetooth on the device you are using with your AMPLIFi/Firehawk, re-enable Bluetooth on the device and re-pair it with your AMPLIFi/Firehawk. Make sure the power cable in the AMPLIFi/Firehawk is firmly connected. Turn your AMPLIFi/Firehawk off and back on again, re-pair it with your Bluetooth device. Make sure that you have updated your AMPLIFi/Firehawk to the latest available firmware. For instructions on how to update your AMPLIFi's firmware, click HERE. Check for your environment for the common sources interference above of and move both the AMPLIFi/Firehawk and your Bluetooth device away from the interference or the source of interference away from the area. On iOS devices, you can reset network settings by tapping Settings > General > Reset > Reset Network Settings. Note: This will reset all network settings including: previously connected Wi-Fi networks and passwords, recently used Bluetooth accessories, VPN, and APN settings." After the iOS device has reset you can try again to re-pair it with your AMPLIFi/Firehawk. Dépannage Bluetooth pour l’AMPLIFi Cliquez ici pour une vidéo du couplage Bluetooth sur l’AMPLIFi. Pour coupler votre AMPLIFi avec un appareil Bluetooth: Activez le Bluetooth sur votre appareil à partir duquel vous voulez diffuser de la musique. Mettez l’AMPLIFi en mode „Pairing‘ en appuyant sur le bouton Bluetooth sur le dessus de l’AMPLIFi. Le bouton commence de clignoter que veut dire que l’AMPLIFi est en mode de couplage. Dans les options de Bluetooth de votre appareil, une entrée « AMPLIFi » s’affichera. Sélectez l’entrée « AMPLIFi » et couplez les appareils. Le LED s’arrête de clignoter et s’allume continué. Vous pouvez diffuser votre musique sur l’AMPLIFi sans câble. Si vous rencontrez des décrochages audio, de connectivité intermittente, gamme diminué en utilisant Bluetooth ou si vous avez des problèmes de trouver, coupler ou connecter vos appareils, il est plus probable que vous avez des interférences avec la connexion Bluetooth. Sources fréquentes des interférences Bluetooth : Des barrières matérielles. Des objets dans la ligne visée. Tous les appareils, routeurs, points d’accès et accessoires WiFi. Des appareils ou accessoires Bluetooth. Des systèmes Direct Satellite Service. Des sources électroniques extrêmes comme lignes électriques, voies ferrées électriques et centrales électriques. Essayez le dépannage suivant dans l’ordre indiqué pour réduire l’interférence Bluetooth: Assurez-vous que l’appareil Bluetooth est en gamme de l’AMPLIFi. Les pluparts des accessoires Bluetooth ont une gamme Bluetooth de 9 mètres. Placez votre appareil iOS plus proche de l’AMPLIFi. Positionnez votre AMPLIFi de sorte qu’il est en ligne visée directe avec l’appareil Bluetooth. Enlevez le boitier, le support ou accessoires que vous utilisez avec l’appareil Bluetooth. Revérifier si l’appareil est connecté et couplé avec l’AMPLIFi. Si l’AMPLIFi est nommé dans la liste des appareils Bluetooth comme « Pas connecté » ou « Pas couplé » supprimez-le de la liste des appareils Bluetooth disponibles. Appuyez et maintenez le bouton le bouton Bluetooth sure l’AMPLIFi pour 2-3 secondes. Maintenant, le bouton clignote que veut dire que l’appareil est en « mode couplage ». Essayez de coupler les appareils encore une fois. Désactivez Bluetooth sur l’appareil que vous utilisez avec l’AMPLIFi. Réactivez-le et essayez de coupler les appareils encore une fois. Assurez-vous que le câble d’alimentation est connecté bien. Éteindrez l’AMPLIFi et rallumez-le. Couplez les appareils de nouveau. Assurez-vous que le firmware est à jour. Cliquez ici pour les instructions de la mise à jour firmware. Vérifiez votre environnement pour les sources communes d'interférence et éloignez l’AMPLIFi et l’appareil Bluetooth de l’interférence. Sur les appareils iOS, vous pouvez réinitialiser les paramètres réseau dans : Réglages > Général > Réinitialiser > Réinitialiser les réglages réseau. Attention, ceci réinitialise tous les réglages réseau compris sont les mots de passes réseau WiFi connectés, des accessoires Bluetooth récemment utilisés et des paramètres VPN et APN. Après cette réinitialisation, essayez de coupler les appareils. AMPLIFi Bluetooth Fehlerbehebung: Klicken Sie hier für ein Video wie Sie Ihr AMPLIFi per Bluetooth koppeln können. Um Ihr AMPLIFi mit einem anderen Bluetooth Gerät zu koppeln: Schalten Sie Bluetooth auf dem Gerät ein von welchem aus Sie die Musik streamen wollen. Schalten Sie den Koppelmodus Ihres AMPLIFi ein indem Sie den Bluetooth Knopf oben auf dem AMPLIFi für 2 bis 3 Sekunden gedrückt halten. Der Knopf wird dann anfangen zu blinken un der LED des „Master Volume“ Knopfes zird weiß blinken. In den Bluetooth Einstellungen wird das AMPLIFi dann als Gerät auftauchen. Wählen Sie das AMPLIFi aus und koppeln Sie beide Geräte. Der Bluetooth LED wird dann in durchgehendem Blau leuchten. Das AMPLIFi ist nun bereit Musik von Ihrem gekoppelten Gerät zu empfangen. Falls Ihr AMPLIFi unerwartete Aussetzer, abbrechende Verbindung, verringerte Reichweite oder andere Probleme wie Schwierigkeiten beim verbinden, koppeln oder suchen anderer Bluetooth geräte hat, dann gibt es wahrscheinlich Interferenzen in der Bluetooth Verbindung zwischen beiden Geräten. Häufige Quellen für Bluetooth Interferenzen sind zum Beispiel: Objekte die sich in der Sichtlinie zwischen AMPLIFi und Bluetooth Gerät befinden. WiFi Geräte, Router, Hotspots oder sonstiges WiFi Zubehör. Andere Bluetooth Geräte. Direct Satellite Service Systeme. Starke Stromquellen wie Stromleitungen, elektrische Eisenbahnschienen oder Kraftwerke. Versuchen Sie Folgendes in der angegebenen Reihenfolge um Bluetooth Interferenzen zu minimieren: Stellen Sie sicher, dass Sie mit Ihrem Bluetooth Gerät in der Nähe des AMPLIFi befinden. Die meisten Bluetooth Geräte haben eine Bluetooth Reichweite von ca. 9 Metern. Platzieren Sie Ihr iOS Gerät näher ans AMPLIFi. Positionieren Sie Ihr AMPLIFi so neu, dass es in direkter Sichtlienie zum Bluetooth Gerät steht mit welchem Sie es koppeln wollen. Entfernen Sie Gehäuse, Ständer oder anderes Zubehör, welches an das Bluetooth Gerät angeschlossen ist. Überprüfen Sie noch einmal ob Ihr Gerät korrekt mit dem AMPLIFi gekoppelt ist. Sollte Ihr AMPLIFi auf Ihrem Bluetooth Gerät als Nicht Verbunden oder Nicht Gekoppelt angezeigt werden, versuchen Sie das Gerät aus der Liste der zur Verfügung stehenden Bluetooth Geräte zu löschen. Halten Sie dann die Bluetooth Taste auf Ihrem AMPLIFi gedrückt. Die Bluetooth Taste sollte nun blinken, was bedeutet, dass Ihr AMPLIFi im Koppelmodus ist. Verusuchen Sie erneut die Geräte zu koppeln. Schalten Sie Bluetooth auf dem Gerät, welches Sie mit dem AMPLIFi koppeln wollen ab. Schalten Sie es wieder ein und versuchen Sie erneut zu koppeln. Überprüfen Sie das Stromkabel das AMPLIFi und ob es sitzt. Schalten Sie das AMPLIFi aus, wieder ein und koppeln Sie erneut. Stellen Sie sicher, dass die Firmware des AMPLIFi auf dem neuesten Stand ist. Klicken Sie hier für eine Anleitung für ein Firmwareupdate. Überprüfen Sie die Umgebung auf Interferenzen. Bewegen Sie das Bluetooth gerät sowie das AMPLIFi weg von der Quelle der Interferenzen. Auf iOS Geräten können Sie die Netzwerkeinstellungen hier zurücksetzen: "Einstellungen" > "Allgemein" > "Zurücksetzen" > "Netzwerkeinstellungen". Achtung, dies wird jegliche Netzwerkeinstellungen zurücksetzen, eischließlich alles Bluetooth Kopplungen, WLAN-Kennwörter und VPN sowie APN Eisntellungen.
  6. Deutsch Français With the release of Apple's iOS 7, Apple added a new privacy feature that can disable audio input from our mobile interfaces. The problem occurs the first time you launch the app under iOS7 and above, if you do not allow iOS along with the particular app you are using to have access to the 'Microphone', than you will temporarily not be able to receive input from mobile interfaces. The solution is to make sure that you press 'OK' when you see this prompt, but this prompt only appears the first time you launch the app. If you did not press 'OK' on this prompt and are not able to receive input from your Line 6 Mobile Interface, than you will need to do the following steps: Tap your iOS settings button. Tap the tab for 'Privacy' located on the left hand side of the screen. Than tap the option for 'Microphone' on the right. You will than see a list of apps that have requested access to the 'Microphone'. Simply tap the switch next to each that you would like to use the Line 6 Mobile Interface with. Relaunch all of the apps that you would like to use your Line 6 Mobile Interface with. Avec la publication d’Apple iOS7, Apple a ajouté une nouvelle fonction de confidentialité qui peut désactiver tous l’audio qui vient des Sonic Port et Mobile In. Ce problème se produit la première fois que vous lancez l’application sous iOS7 et si vous ne permettez l’accès au Microphone, vous ne pouvez pas recevoir du audio avec nos interfaces portables. La solution est simple, appuyez le bouton OK si votre appareil vous donne le choix. Attention, cette invite apparaît une seule fois. Si vous n’avez pas appuyez OK et vous n’avez pas d’entrée avec l’application, suivez ces instructions : Tapez le bouton « Réglages » sur l’appareil iOS. Tapez sur Confidentialité à gauche. Tapez sur Micro à droite. Maintenant, vous pouvez voir une liste des applications qui ont demandés de l’accès au micro. Tapez le commutateur à droite de l’entrée de votre application. Relancez tous les applications que vous voulez utiliser avec l’interface Line6. Seit der Version 7 von iOS, hat Apple eine neue Datenschutzfunktion eingeführt, die den Audioeingang des Gerätes mit einem Mobile In oder auch Sonic Port blockieren kann. Das Problem taucht beim ersten Start der App auf, nach dem Update auf iOS Version 7. Sollten Sie der App hier nicht den Zugriff auf das Mikrofon gewähren, wird dieses für die App in Frage temporär abgeschaltet. Klicken Sie also auf OK wenn Sie die App zum ersten Mal starten, um das Mikrofon freizugeben. Sollten Sie nicht OK gedrückt haben können Sie das Mikrofon aber immernoch in den Einstellungen freigeben: Drücken Sie auf Einstellungen, Dann auf Datenschutz links und Dann auf Mikrofon rechts. Hier können Sie dann eine Liste aller Apps einsehen, die Zugriff auf das Mikrofon angefragt haben. Drücken Sie hier einfach den Schalter, der das Mikrofon für eine bestimmte App blockiert. Starten Sie dann alle Apps neu, die Sie mit der Line 6 Schnittstelle verwenden möchten.
  7. We have tested the following Line 6 iOS software to be compatibile with iOS 7: Mobile POD StageScape Remote MIDI Memo We have tested the following Line 6 mobile hardware with iOS 7 and found no problems: Mobile In Sonic Port Mobile Keys 25 Mobile Keys 49 MIDI Mobilizer II
  8. Hi All , I have a HD500 and i want to know if anyone had built a MIDI controller template for switching Banks,programs and more control of all patches ? There are many MIDI designers and controller apps for iPhone and iPad and i think it would be convenient to have MIDI controlling the presets on the HD and M fx. There are apps like TouchOSC , Lemur , Control , Midi Designer etc that can be used to build custom MIDI interfaces. I did a quick test with Midi Designer Pro and was able to send a Bank Change and Program Change and have the HD500 swtich to the right preset. Designing a flexible MIDI controlling template would be a big effort and is there a ready template for some app already built ? Also , does the HD500 let one vary the values with MIDI also ? Can the 4 knobs be mapped to sliders in the MIDI controller interface so that it would be very easy to change presets but even parameters on the fly right from the guitar ! Any ideas / inputs welcome ! thanks pat
  9. Mobile Keys FAQ General Product FAQ’s Product Dimensions Mobile Keys 25: 18.75” (L) x 7.25” (D) x 2.75” (H) Mobile Keys 49: 31.875” (L) x 7.25” (D) x 2.75” (H) Sustain Pedal Input Jack: 1/4" TS (Mono) Expression Pedal Input Jack: 1/4" TS (Mono) OS Compatibility (Minimum Requirements) Windows XP or higher Mac OSX 10.4 or higher Apple iOS 4.2 or higher - Compatible with iPod touch (3rd and 4th generation) iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 3GS, iPad 3, iPad 2, and iPad. Computer and iDevice Communication/Software Resets Mobile Keys firmware implements Class-Compliant USB MIDI communication which is compatible with the drivers included in all standard installs of Windows XP/Vista/7, Mac OSX, and iOS. This means there are no drivers to download. Sustain Pedal Compatibility Connect a standard sustain footswitch for sustain control with MIDI controller 64. (Auto-sensing jack supports both ‘normally open’ and ‘normally closed’ footswitches.) Expression Pedal Compatibility Connect a standard continuous pedal for expression control with MIDI controller 11. We recommend using the Line 6 EX-1 or the Mission Engineering EP1-L6 expression pedals. Factory Reset (Firmware) ( A ) Using the iDevice connection to and running Line 6 MIDI Memo Recorder: If there is a newer firmware version than the one currently installed on your Mobile Keys unit, MIDI Memo Recorder will offer you the option to update automatically. "A firmware update is available! Would you like to update Mobile Keys (25 or 49, depending) to the latest firmware? [Not Now ][OK]". Tapping [OK] the screen goes black and you will see 'Preparing Update' followed by 'Updating Firmware'. After this completes, the MIDI Memo Recorder app screen returns with a dialog that displays “Update Succeeded – To complete the update, unplug Mobile Keys (25 or 49, depending) and plug it back in [OK]”. Please unplug and re-plug the Mobile Keys device before tapping [OK]. ( B ) Using the USB connection to a host computer (Windows/Mac) and running Line 6 Monkey: If you don't have the latest version of Line 6 Monkey installed you can get it here. Click on the “Flash Memory” component in the Updates screen of Monkey. Click the “Update Selection” button (or “Reinstall Latest”, if you wish to re-flash the device). Wait for the progress indicator to reach completion and following the remaining Monkey prompts. Reset of SHIFT Function Settings Disconnect the Mobile Keys from the intended host device first. Press and hold the SHIFT button. Power on the Mobile Keys unit (physically connect via USB or iDevice). Press any of the first 9 (white) keys, or C-D-E-F-G-A-B-C-D-E on the lowest/left side of the keyboard range. Release SHIFT and the white key. Q: Can I connect the Mobile Keys 25 & 49 or to Apple iOS devices that have a Lightning connection instead of a 30-pin connection? A: Yes, you can connect a Mobile Keys 25 or 49 to a Lightning connection equipped Apple iOS device by using one of the Apple brand 30-ping to Lightning adapters that are available at the links below: Lightning to 30-pin Adapter Lightning to 30-pin Adapter (0.2m) Q: Do the Mobile Keys 25 & 49 work with Android products? A: Many of you have asked why Line 6 mobile products only work with Apple devices, not Android. Since many smartphone and tablet manufacturers support the Android operating system and have different connectors, it is unfortunately very difficult to develop and support products for these various hardware configurations. Apple devices share a standard, 30-pin dock connector which is why we’re able to create a single hardware solution for these devices. Q: My Mobile Keys was working, but after I unplugged it from my iOS device, then plugged it in again, the Mobile Keys is not recognized and won't work with any app. A: This will happen even after the iOS device goes into Sleep mode. What solves it is running the MIDI Memo app to re-initialize the keyboard. If MIDI Memo says a Line 6 interface is required, unplug then plug in the cable. Once MIDI Memo makes the “enable recording” button available, the keyboard is ready to use.
  10. Deutsch Français 1: Connect the Mobile In to your iPhone or iPad using the 30-pin dock connector. 2: Connect your guitar or other audio source to Mobile In: Connect the 1/4" Tip Sleeve side of the cable into the output of your instrument, then Connect the 1/8" Stereo Male end of the cable to the 'GUITAR IN' on the Mobile In adapter. Connect both of the 1/4" Tip Sleeve cable connections to the left and right outputs of your audio source, then connect the 1/8" Stereo Male end of the cable to the 'LINE IN' on the Mobile In adapter. 3: Launch GarageBand. 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. For a Video on Mobile In Connections, . Handhabung des Mobile In mit GarageBand für iOS: 1. Verbinden Sie Ihr Mobile In mit Ihrem iPhone oder iPad anhand des 30-Pin Steckers. 2. Verbinden Sie Ihre Gitarre oder andere Audioquelle mit dem Mobile In: Stecken Sie den 6.35mm Stecker in den Ausgang Ihres Instrumentes und dann den 3.5mm Stecker in das "Guitar IN" des Mobile In Adapters. Stecken Sie beide 6.35mm Stecken in den linken bzw. rechten Ausgang Ihrer Audioquelle und verbinden Sie dann das 3.5mm Ende mit dem "LINE IN" des Mobile In. 3. Starten Sie GarageBand. 4. Im Instrumente Menu, klicken Sie auf Guitar Amp. 5. Von diesem Fenster aus klicken Sie oben links auf das Gitarrenkabel und schalten Monitor an. 6. Im Instrumente Menu, klicken Sie auf Audio recorder. 7. Von diesem Fenster aus klicken Sie oben links auf das Gitarrenkabel und schalten Monitor an. 8. Im Instrumente Menu, klicken Sie auf Sampler. 9. Von diesem Fenster aus klicken Sie oben links auf das Gitarrenkabel und schalten Monitor an. Für weitere Informationen über GarageBand sollten Sie das Benutzerhandbuch zu Rate ziehen. Für ein Video über die Mobile In Anschlüsse, klicken Sie dann . L'utilisation de Mobile In avec GarageBand pour iOS: 1. Connectez votre Mobile In à votre iPhone ou iPad en utilisant le connecteur 30 broches. 2. Connectez votre guitare ou source audio au Mobile In. Connectez la prise 6.35mm à la sortie de votre instrument et la prise 3.5mm au "GUITAR IN" du Mobile In. Connectez les prises 6.35mm à la sortie droite et gauche de votre source audio et la prise 3.5mm au "LINE IN" du Mobile In. 3. Démarrez GarageBand. 4. Sélectez "Guitar Amp" dans le menu Instruments. 5. Dans cette fenêtre, tapez le câble guitare dans le coin supérieur gauche et activez Monitor. 6. Sélectez "Audio Recorder" dans le menu Instruments. 7. Dans cette fenêtre, tapez le câble guitare dans le coin supérieur gauche et activez Monitor. 8. Sélectez "Sampler" dans le menu Instruments. 9. Dans cette fenêtre, tapez le câble guitare dans le coin supérieur gauche et activez Monitor. Pour des informations supplémentaires sur l'utilisation de GarageBand, utilisez ce mode d'emploi. Pour un vidéo sur les connexions Mobile In, .
  11. MIDI Mobilizer II™ Specifications MIDI Mobilizer II™ Quick Start Guide Q: What is the difference between MIDI Mobilizer II and the original MIDI Mobilizer™? A: MIDI Mobilizer II provides support for CoreMIDI, which is the Apple® standard for MIDI on iOS Devices. It works on iPhone 4S, iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPad, iPad 2, iPod Touch 4th Generation and iPod Touch 3rd Generation models. The original MIDI Mobilizer is still the perfect choice for older-generation Apple® iOS devices. It’s compatible with all generations of iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch, for the 50 Apps that have been written to support MIDI Mobilizer. MIDI Mobilizer does not support CoreMIDI. Q: Will CoreMIDI support be added to the original MIDI Mobilizer™? A: No, this is not possible for technical reasons. The original MIDI Mobilizer lacks hardware needed to communicate to the iOS Device via USB on the 30-pin dock connector, as is required for CoreMIDI interfaces. Q: What is MIDI Mobilizer™? A: MIDI Mobilizer is a MIDI interface that connects your MIDI gear to any Apple iDevice. It was the first of its kind and still lets you play, record, and backup MIDI information any time, any place on the most portable platform ever. Q: What iOS app do you use with the MIDI Mobilizer and MIDI Mobilizer II hardware? A:. There are 50 apps that support the original MIDI Mobilizer. Many apps support Apple's CoreMIDI standard, with more coming all the time and they all work with MIDI Mobilizer II. In addition, Line 6 publishes the app MIDI Memo Recorder (free at the Apple App Store™) that allows an iDevice to play and record any MIDI data it receives via a MIDI Mobilizer or MIDI Mobilizer II. It can capture musical ideas on a keyboard, save sounds or settings from an effects unit, or backup any MIDI device's data. Once inside an iDevice, a MIDI recording is stored as a Standard MIDI File (SMF) which includes all performance information (notes, controllers, pedals, pitch bend, after touch, etc.) as well as any special System Exclusive (SysEx) information (usually the parameter values of a keyboard or effect unit's sounds and settings. You can email any recorded MIDI file, or move files to or from your computer via iTunes File Sharing. Q: What apps can I use with the new MIDI Mobilizer II? A: Any CoreMIDI app available on the App Store™ will work with MIDI Mobilizer II and that includes synths, samplers, sequencers, control surfaces, lighting controllers, and many other kinds of apps that may even surprise you. Here are a few of our favorites. Q: Are MIDI Mobilizer and MIDI Mobilizer II compatible with the iPad? A: Both the original MIDI Mobilizer and the MIDI Mobilizer II are officially compatible with the iPad and iPad 2, and so is the MIDI Memo Recorder app. Q: Are MIDI Mobilizer and MIDI Mobilizer II compatible with iPhone 4S? A: Each Line 6 iOS accessory lists the Apple models that it's been certified compatible with. While none have been certified for iPhone 4S yet, and we can't officially claim support, our customers informally report that they all work fine. However, iPhone 4S users should be aware that Mobile In and MIDI Mobilizer II communicate with the iOS device using USB Host Mode, and some 4S customers have reported that USB Host Mode accessories from any manufacturer (not just Line 6) may affect wifi and 3G performance – so you may want to consider using Airplane Mode. Q: What are some compatible devices? A: A list of compatible Line 6 devices that will work with MIDI Mobilizer or MIDI Mobilizer II is available in the "Using MIDI Mobilizer with Line 6 Products" section of the Advanced User Guide. In this section you will learn how to backup your patches, scenes, and bundles via SysEx. Q: What connection does MIDI Mobilizer have with Planet Waves? A: Planet Waves provided the high-quality MIDI cables that are included with MIDI Mobilizer and MIDI Mobilizer II. Planet Waves was also a key partner in the initial development of software for the original MIDI Mobilizer, and participated with Line 6 at Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference presentation in June, 2009. Q: How do MIDI Mobilizer and MIDI Mobilizer II connect to my iDevice? A: MIDI Mobilizer and MIDI Mobilizer II plug into the 30-pin connector on the bottom of your iDevice. Two Planet Waves cables (each with a 2.5mm 3-conductor jack on one end, and a standard MIDI 5-pin DIN jack on the other) connect MIDI Mobilizer or MIDI Mobilizer II to the external MIDI device of your choice. Q: How can I use MIDI Mobilizer to back up the settings of my Line 6 gear? A: Most Line 6 products with MIDI In and MIDI Out jacks can back up and restore their settings via SysEx commands. Please download your product's user manual for specific explanations of this process. Q: What MIDI data can the MIDI Memo Recorder app record? A: MIDI Memo Recorder will capture and record all MIDI data that can be stored within a Standard MIDI File, which includes all performance information (notes, controllers, pedals, pitch bend, after touch, etc) as well as any System Exclusive data (usually the parameter values of a keyboard or effect unit's sounds and settings). It does not record System Real Time messages (which include Active Sensing, MIDI Timing Clock and Start/Stop/Continue), as these are not part of the Standard MIDI File format. All received MIDI messages are time-stamped to an accuracy of one millisecond (1/1000 second) in order to preserve very accurate timing for all MIDI events. Q: How many Memos can I have in MIDI Memo Recorder? A: Virtually unlimited. Since the iDevices have very large amounts of memory, and since MIDI data is very small, running out of room is nearly impossible. MIDI Memo Recorder makes it easy to rename, reorder and delete Memos in order to keep your information organized. You can also offload your Memo recordings to a computer via email or via iTunes File Sharing. Q: Can I copy a MIDI file from my computer into MIDI Memo Recorder? A: This can be accomplished via iTunes File Sharing with the MIDI Memo Recorder app. Alternatively, you can simply play any MIDI file out your computer's MIDI interface directly into MIDI Mobilizer or MIDI Mobilizer II, and record the data in our MIDI Memo Recorder app as a new MIDI Memo. This will capture and time-stamp all of the data, and the app can also play it back exactly as it was received. Q: Can I use MIDI Memo Recorder without MIDI Mobilizer? A: The MIDI Memo Recorder app will run without MIDI Mobilizer or MIDI Mobilizer II attached to your iDevice, but it won't be possible to send and receive MIDI data (as this requires a hardware MIDI interface). MIDI Memo Recorder will temporarily display a message that no MIDI Mobilizer is connected, but after dismissing this message you can use all of MIDI Memo Recorder's other functions: emailing, renaming, moving, or deleting Standard MIDI Files (MIDI Memos). Q: Will the MIDI Mobilizer or MIDI Mobilizer II™ work with the Line 6 KB37? A: No. The MIDI Mobilizer and MIDI Mobilizer II send and receive MIDI messages only on standard 5-pin MIDI cables. By contrast, KB37 doesn't have standard 5-pin MIDI In and MIDI Out jacks; it uses MIDI over USB instead. Q: Can the MIDI Mobilizer or MIDI Mobilizer II™ reflash my Line 6 device (i.e. Vetta, PODxt, etc.)? A: No. While the MIDI Mobilizer or MIDI Mobilizer II can backup patch bundles and store MIDI data, the MIDI Mobilizer or MIDI Mobilizer II cannot install flash memory to a Line 6 device. Q: Is it possible to import Standard MIDI Files (SMF) into the MIDI Memo Recorder app through the MIDI Mobilizer or MIDI Mobilizer II™ as you would a MIDI SysEx file? A: SMF's can be moved between computer and iDevice via iTunes File Sharing with the MIDI Memo Recorder app. Alternatively, you can simply play the SMF out your computer's MIDI interface and directly into MIDI Mobilizer or MIDI Mobilizer II, and record the data in our MIDI Memo Record app as a new MIDI Memo. Q: I thought MIDI Mobilizer was for editing Variax® and Vetta™ II settings? A: The first prototype of the original MIDI Mobilizer was shown as a proof of concept at the Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference in June, 2009. This demonstration showed that this type of product could be used to control sound settings, such as selecting Variax models or Vetta II presets. After the presentation, we received requests to provide MIDI functionality that could be used by all MIDI gear. The result is the MIDI Memo Recorder app, which can be used to record and playback any MIDI messages from any MIDI product. Although the specific Variax and Vetta II editing features proposed in the demo are not part of this app, all of the control capabilities are still possible via a Mac or PC with the software applications Line 6 Edit and Variax Workbench.
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