Tenori-On iPad MIDI Input & Sync Demo

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This video tutorial shows off some of the MIDI input capabilities of Yamaha’s Tenori-On (TNR-i) iOS App. You can play the Tenori-On’s instruments with an external MIDI keyboard and also sync its clock to your DAW. This way you can integrate the iOS App into your music setup, just like you would with an original hardware Tenori-On (TNR-o or TNR-w). I’m showing a MFB Nanozwerg, a MFB 522 Drum Machine and a MicroKorg in this video. I’m using the Apple Camera Connection Kit and a USB-to-MIDI Cable to connect the iPad to Ableton Live. Other DAWs and CoreMIDI compatible interfaces like the Alesis I/O Dock, Line6 MIDI-Mobilizer II or the iRig MIDI should work as well. The iPad 1 in this video runs iOS 5.0.1. The Tenori-On Universal iOS App is available here: appshopper.com —— The video was filmed with a Canon EOS T2i (550D). Check out my iPad music on SoundCloud: soundcloud.com

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