I bought your App that seems the one it needs to use Lightpad on iOS...You have done what Roli cannot or want to do: unbelievable from them and awesome from you! Shame on them and Compliments to you.
I'm just trying to figure out how it works, but I cannot found a sort of manual or demo.
Please could you tell me where to find the basics.
Tanks so much
Christophe, do your best. Keep the good work up. It can be a wonderfull level of achievement, in all this superior ''field'' of expression.
Christophe Tornieri - any idea when a Rise compatibility will be available - can't wait!!!
That's amazing. Do changes made in your dashboard maintain when you use the Noise App? I've been looking for a way to transpose the seaboard block for use in Noise on ios for ages now.
Hey Jeremy and Enrique...
I’m personally not holding out hope for any more meaningful changes to Noise - they’ve moved onto heir desktop software, Roli connect, and Lumi development I think. I’ve been asking Roli for simple changes like transposing for the seaboard block, some kind of audio I/O, and the ability to ‘hold’ effect settings in place... not to mention some new instruments after more than a year of no updates to the soundpack store.
But given that... I agree with Enrique... I use AUV3 mostly for transpositions and routing ... and it works with the 3rd party dashboard app. But that also means that you can’t use SWAM soundpacks because they only work in Noise. I do really appreciate that Roli made the AUV3 implementation because I do use that all the time. And I play roli gear every day. Shame about the swam sounds.
When I do use NOISE now it’s really only to play swam instrument packs for fun...and if i need to record the sound i go analog and just do an audio out from my ipad into my laptop. No midi data, no editing, but some of the SWAM sounds are still worth it given how good they are.
I would love to see Roli update Noise finally. I find it very frustrating that it’s a MOBILE first platform that increasingly works mostly on laptops. I take roli gear everywhere and play when i have time, and setting up my laptop to play means i play 1/3 as much as i would if it worked better on mobile at this point.