yea so i downloaded the lemur app last night. pretty cool, but I can’t get it to connect to iMini or iProphet or Animoog.
earlier today i was polaying with iprophet on a friends mini. I couldnt get arpeggionomes midi to be recognized by iprophet. runnin ios 8.1.
Everything seems to work just fine on iOS 7
starting to think its an iOS8 issue. mad ppl over at the arturia forums complaining about iOS8 and audio bus and stuff.
I’m still on iOS 7 and iProphet + iMini don’t work with Lemur, while iSEM, Animoog, iVCS3, Nave and Thor hook up nice and easy. I observed that it’s best if u open Lemur first (it’s not Audiobus-compatible…) then the destination synth then set the MIDI routing in Lemur (doesn’t recognize any destinations automatically…). The other way round (opening synth first then Lemur) I experienced issues like no sound when the synth was controlled by Lemur, no matter how correct the settings were. I’m not sure but all this may have something to do with the latest Lemur update, at least I don’t recall any problems from before the most recent update. Anyways, I mostly use this app to control my analog synths and the OP-1. This weekend a Moog Sub Phatty will be joining my arsenal and I can’t wait to tweak the hell out if it with Lemur and whatever I can.
Audio Bus and iOS 8 is fucked. iOS8 and Yosemite are both acting really bad for me. First time I’ve experienced notable issues when switching to new OS’s. Nothing game breaking, just have to use stuff a little differently until they get it sorted. Pretty annoying though.
yea def a lil annoying… oh well. i’m better off now, than thinking i was being a tard
Can someone clarify something about editing the app? It’s why i been putting off the purchase.
From what i gather, you don’t need a computer at all unless you want to script custom widgets or behaviors. I’m primarily interested in sequencing. Can i put together a polyphonic sequencer or multiple monophonic sequencers that can send to seperate midi channels? And can i do all this just using the in-app editor and be able to add behaviors per step like note length? Send CCs?
Thanks and sorry sherm…
@ Blipsford_Baubie , sure you can do everything on the iPad, though I would strongly suggest not to, because scripting on the iPad will drive you mad.
yall know of any good tutorials or resources? was messing w/ some already made templates to see how they are put together but its more complicated than i thought it would be. fiddlesticks!
hehe, making some cool lemur templates!
Where can I download the template? looks bloody awesome
@docshermsticks nice job on the templates. If it plays nicely with the op-1, I too would like to download them! Personally, I don’t really get how to make the custom plates, but maybe I’ll give it another go sometime. ( any tips would be appreciated)
still working on adding a few things!
@docshermsticks nice job! Would like to check it out.
I’m also building a sequencer, that I’m aiming to make very versatile and dedicated to live performing. @kites making custom templates is just like making music in the sense that the more experienced you get the more complex stuff you can do. But making your own basic workspace (and therefore workflow) is not that hard.
awesome @clawsome! yea its pretty neat when u start to open it up.
spent the weekend making some tweaks added some pitch benders, and a pseudo way to play a volca sample part chromatically or in scale using the speed CC parameter and some math and charts that i made. (since the pitch doesn't respond to midi notes). i gotta test it out some more. i've added a bunch of stuff since i've posted last. drone box, pattern banks, i even hacked a way to send midi clock out from lemur. hope to share w/ yall soon.
@erhenius u can have pretty much anything send midi notes 0 -127. not sure about inbetween frequencies if thats what you're getting at? but yea its def possible! i set my pads up to be dynamic depending on what root, octave and scale you set them in the boxes in the bottom right. its neat so u don't have to keep diving into the editor to change things.