Im going on a long vacation and i plan on bringing my op-1, but since im limited on space i wount be taking my laptop. Therefore i will need to export the tracks i make onto my iphone. Is that possible? If so, how do i do it? I just need to get whatever i make on the op-1 as an audio file on my iphone so i can use it in some video projects.
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i have Apple Lightning to USB 3 Camera Adapter and it works fine with with my op-1 in midi controller mode, but unfortunately putting op-1 into disk mode causes an error message, something like “OP-1: Connected device is not supported”.
if it matters, i had op-1 on v225 firmware and an iphone 6 with iOS v11.2.2 for the test.
ah okay ty for you answer! i mainly need it to work for disk mode and i also have iphone 6, but thanks for the tip about the camera adaptor
I have used a Kingston Mobilite this way. I don’t think there’s a way to do it with only an iPhone
Most Android devices can connect via USB OTG adapter for backing up files, but for an iOS device you need a file hub…either the Kingston Mobilite as @el_wombato said, or a RavPower File Hub or something similar.
I use the RavPower and back up to an SD card, then transfer files from SD card to iPad internal storage or Google Drive to use the audio in other apps.