This pair of videos, via flx04, takes a look at the MIDI In and Out capabilities of the Yamaha Tenori-On app for iPad, TNR-i.
Above, a look at using the Tenori On with an external MIDI keyboard and also to sync its clock to your DAW.
The second video looks at some of the MIDI output functionality of the Tenori-On (TNR-i) iOS App. You can use the Tenori-On App to sequence external hardware and software, like synthesizers or DAWs. Each Tenori-On layer corresponds to a MIDI channel, so you can output up to 16 different sequences at the same time.
In addition to regular step-sequencer score layers, there are also random layers, bounce layers and more, to mix your sequences up a bit.
In the demos, the Tenori-On is used with an MFB Nanozwerg, a MFB 522 Drum Machine and a MicroKorg. An Apple Camera Connection Kit and a USB-to-MIDI Cable are being used to connect the iPad to Ableton Live.
Tenori On is available now in the App Store.