Well do you? Now you will.
Last year, SB and I witnessed touching our iPhone/iPods to control FL Studio…how? With iTouchMIDI – an iPhone/iPod Touch app that sends MIDI messages to your computer software.
You simply install a utility app on your MAC or Windows PC in which it then becomes a server. Then you install the app onto your iPhone/iPod then load it up, find your server then it launches a corresponding MIDI interface like the one shown above (thats the iTouchMIDI Matrix interface that you can load up.)
it’s that simple!
PS: I’ll dig through the video vault here at SampleSimpleLABS and post the video demonstration of us controlling FL Studio with the iPhone. Stay tuned @youtube!
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