Developer Matthias Frick let us know that he’s updated his free MIDI LE app, based on Synthtopia reader feedback, to be backwards-compatible with iOS 7.
MIDI LE is a free app that lets you use MIDI over USB with CoreMIDI compatible iOS apps, without the need for a MIDI adapter.
Onn iOS 8, MIDI LE also lets you use MIDI over Bluetooth LE with CoreMIDI apps.
Note: In order to use MIDI over Bluetooth you need to be using iOS 8.
To use MIDI over USB, your Mac needs to be running a free OS X app.
Frick says that a version for Windows users is also in the works. If you’re interested in beta testing this, contact him at matthias (at) s-r-n.de, or via his site.
7 thoughts on “MIDI LE Updated To Be Compatible With iOS 7, Windows Support Coming Soon”
A Windows version would be really helpful! Thanks again 🙂
This is so good!
Thanks a lot Matthias!
Thanks Matthias for putting this out so quickly! I’ll definitely be using it in some upcoming Max/MSP installations and pieces.
Wooooohoooooo!! Thanks Matthias!
superthanks to mr. frick!!!
Awesome. I dual boot my Mac so I can get to some of those Windows VSTs that have never made it to Mac. It’ll be great to have this work on both sides.
Matthias seems like a great guy, he has emailed me personally about updates etc., and it is extremely refreshing to see someone not only working on this, but being really proactive in it… Unfortunately my iPad mini is stuck at 7.06!! argh!!!! alas….