New iPad MIDI Controller For Your DAW, eyoControl

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zmelr9ypgpE

eyoControl (App Store link) is a new $6.99 iPad app that offers a set of MIDI controllers for the iPad, including:

  • Surface is a control surface enabling access to various settings of your tracks through faders, knobs and buttons. Surface presents a traditional Mixer view as well as a Panel view, enabling fast access to the status of 64 tracks.
  • Pad is a MIDI controller with 4,6,8 or 12 programmable, touch-location sensitive pads. Each pad can be assigned a MIDI channel, color… Pad lets you play one or more virtual instruments on your DAW, such as drums or percussions.
  • Keys is a dual keyboard MIDI controller. You can choose among three different key widths per keyboard to best fit your style, assign each keyboard to a different MIDI channel to play two virtual instruments on your DAW at the same time.

eyoControl connects to your Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) through eyoControl Server (a free download at http://eyosido.com, MacOS only) allocating a virtual MIDI port per controller. It’s possible to use several iPads to connect to your computer this way and conrol various aspects of your DAW, depending on the controller capabilities.

eyoControl Requirements:

  • an iPad with iOS 4.2 or above.
  • a Mac computer (Intel/PowerPC). Requires Mac OS X v. 10.5 or later.
  • a local WIFI connection through which the iPad can connect to your Mac computer.
  • a Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) software (such as Logic, Cubase…) with MIDI in/out capabilities.

25 thoughts on “New iPad MIDI Controller For Your DAW, eyoControl

  1. …and yet another app that is NOT CoreMIDI…. Some Devs will never learn.
    I'll stick to Saitara AC7 Core, thank you very much…

  2. …and yet another app that is NOT CoreMIDI…. Some Devs will never learn.
    I'll stick to Saitara AC7 Core, thank you very much…

  3. …and yet another app that is NOT CoreMIDI…. Some Devs will never learn.
    I'll stick to Saitara AC7 Core, thank you very much…

  4. …and yet another app that is NOT CoreMIDI…. Some Devs will never learn.
    I'll stick to Saitara AC7 Core, thank you very much…

  5. …and yet another app that is NOT CoreMIDI…. Some Devs will never learn.
    I'll stick to Saitara AC7 Core, thank you very much…

  6. …and yet another app that is NOT CoreMIDI…. Some Devs will never learn.
    I'll stick to Saitara AC7 Core, thank you very much…

  7. …and yet another app that is NOT Line 6 Midimobilizer supported…. Some Devs will never learn.
    I'll stick to S1Miditrigger, thank you very much…

  8. …and yet another app that is NOT Line 6 Midimobilizer supported…. Some Devs will never learn.
    I'll stick to S1Miditrigger, thank you very much…

  9. …and yet another app that is NOT Line 6 Midimobilizer supported…. Some Devs will never learn.
    I'll stick to S1Miditrigger, thank you very much…

  10. …and yet another app that is NOT Line 6 Midimobilizer supported…. Some Devs will never learn.
    I'll stick to S1Miditrigger, thank you very much…

  11. …and yet another app that is NOT Line 6 Midimobilizer supported…. Some Devs will never learn.
    I'll stick to S1Miditrigger, thank you very much…

  12. …and yet another app that is NOT Line 6 Midimobilizer supported…. Some Devs will never learn.
    I'll stick to S1Miditrigger, thank you very much…

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