Hi group, quick question:
sending it where?
Well I had the cable plugged into the headphone/mic jack. I do have the camera connection kit but I didn’t think that the audio was routed out through the usb of the OP-1
you need a fancy three prong cable with a splitter to get the audio through the headphone jack while still able to monitor. atleast this was how it was on my old ipad 2. get a guitar interface kit or w/e its called. USB wont send audio directly.
You must use a TRRS cable and not a TRS (stereo) or a TS (similar to a guitar cable)
This is because the tablets and phones have a two channel output (stereo) and a mono input (microphone)
Thanks, I’ll remedy the oversight with cables later today.
I’d suggest to use an actual audio interface.
Hi, starting with the least expensive step, I bought the TRRS cable and so far so good with direct OP-1 audio into Garageband. This has saved my synth’s bacon as I was getting rather miffed with the Tape function when trying to progress tracks / arrange. Anyway, here’s a new problem : If I connect the OP-1 t the iPad using the camera connection kit, to use it as a Midi controller, I get a message on the Pad saying ‘Accessory Unavailable -The attached accessory uses too much power’ Do you know if this is a common problem? More importantly, is there a workaround? Thanks
turn off usb charging so the op1 isn’t drawing any power from the USB.
That’s great, I’ll try that. Thanks for the tips, people