I just got the OP1 Field a few days ago and am totally in love with this little beast.
I do want to use it with my Ipad Mini 6/Iphone 13 mini, especially since Ableton just released their Note app. Is all I need the lighting camera conversion kit? Or do I even need that? Thanks!
Lightning to USB-C should work.
Or a standard USB-C to USB-C cable on the iPad.
Thanks! So I have this working (mostly) I can monitor Ableton Note (on the iPhone) through the OP1 Field, and I get OP1 audio into iPhone.
How do I get the OP1 to play when I start the sequence in Note, and vice versa?
Why is audio sampled from the OP1 into Note automatically transposing down 2 octaves? - This seems to have been resolved, after unplugging and plugging back in.
Ableton Note has no midi support. You’ll need an app that translates Ableton Link to MIDI
Ahhhhh/… that’s lame! Ok I guess I’ll have to try another app then like Beatmaker or something
I downloaded the Link to Midi app but it doesn’t seem to be working no matter what setting I’m selecting in the OP1
Same. I tried it after I replied to you, and it’s flaky. Audiobus is much more reliable, I found.
Ok I’ll try Audiobus too.
I’d like to be able to monitor my Guitar (using Mustang Micro Amp to Aux cable), OP1 and whatever IOS sequencer I have going (Ableton Note/Beatmaker etc) simultaneously.
If I’m monitoring everything through the OP1, that means I would need to have a way to combine the IOS sequencer signal and the Aux signal to get it into the OP1. I’m guessing this wouldn’t work since it states USB charging and probably doesn’t pass audio through? Heyday™ 3.5mm Dongle Usb-c - Black/gold : Target
Thanks for all your help BTW!!!