Is the OP-1 getting a iOS Companion app?


#1

Spotted at 0:40 in this video:
https://youtu.be/zWRYBfg5dZM

What do you think?


#2

It looks a lot like this
https://www.operator-1.com/index.php?p=/discussion/4547/op-1-cc-randomzer-app-for-mac-os-and-m4l


#3

@ech0es said:
It looks a lot like this
https://www.operator-1.com/index.php?p=/discussion/4547/op-1-cc-randomzer-app-for-mac-os-and-m4l

It sure does, what is that?
I was looking to see if there were any modstep templates but didn’t find anything.


#4

Speaking of companion apps - i highly recommend Looperverse for the OP-1. I use OP-1 as a scratch pad for ideas and once happy I quickly track them to Looperverse…So then you would have more/individual tracks and free up some OP-1 tracks


#5

@jonesy_op said:
Speaking of companion apps - i highly recommend Looperverse for the OP-1. I use OP-1 as a scratch pad for ideas and once happy I quickly track them to Looperverse…So then you would have more/individual tracks and free up some OP-1 tracks

I will definitely check that out.


#6

@jonesy_op said:
Speaking of companion apps - i highly recommend Looperverse for the OP-1. I use OP-1 as a scratch pad for ideas and once happy I quickly track them to Looperverse…So then you would have more/individual tracks and free up some OP-1 tracks

Do you need their pedal or how do you connect the op1 to the ipad?


#7

Just a cheap Behringer interface (£30) will do. You will also need the Apple camera connection kit.


#8

@Muhr said:
Do you need their pedal or how do you connect the op1 to the ipad?

no. you can also use http://iconproaudio.com/product/g-board/ Their foot pedal is bluetooth so it has the advantage of no cables but a battery to charge. The foot pedal just controls the app it doesn’t have any audio ports.


#9

@Muhr said:

@jonesy_op said:
Speaking of companion apps - i highly recommend Looperverse for the OP-1. I use OP-1 as a scratch pad for ideas and once happy I quickly track them to Looperverse…So then you would have more/individual tracks and free up some OP-1 tracks

Do you need their pedal or how do you connect the op1 to the ipad?

I have an even cheaper way. no foot pedal needed, but it’s useful. All you need is a 4 pole splitter. Plug your headphones in, and the ipad output into the mic plug. You can monitor audio in the app.

https://www.amazon.com/HTTX-Headset-Splitter-Headphone-External/dp/B01HAVT0NY
https://www.amazon.com/CablesOnline-Female-Stereo-Splitter-IP-Y02/dp/B00IKMSMWI


#10

@kingof9x said:

@Muhr said:

@jonesy_op said:
Speaking of companion apps - i highly recommend Looperverse for the OP-1. I use OP-1 as a scratch pad for ideas and once happy I quickly track them to Looperverse…So then you would have more/individual tracks and free up some OP-1 tracks

Do you need their pedal or how do you connect the op1 to the ipad?

I have an even cheaper way. no foot pedal needed, but it’s useful. All you need is a 4 pole splitter. Plug your headphones in, and the ipad output into the mic plug. You can monitor audio in the app.

https://www.amazon.com/HTTX-Headset-Splitter-Headphone-External/dp/B01HAVT0NY
https://www.amazon.com/CablesOnline-Female-Stereo-Splitter-IP-Y02/dp/B00IKMSMWI

Ah cool! Thank you so much!


#11

@jonesy_op said:
Speaking of companion apps - i highly recommend Looperverse for the OP-1. I use OP-1 as a scratch pad for ideas and once happy I quickly track them to Looperverse…So then you would have more/individual tracks and free up some OP-1 tracks

Does it respond to the OP1 via midi start stop etc when connected via usb? Or did anyone has tried Quantiloop?


#12

@dinraum said:
Does it respond to the OP1 via midi start stop etc when connected via usb? Or did anyone has tried Quantiloop?

I can see the op-1 in the midi controls, but I can’t get it to respond to anything.