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GusTraX
So, is the communication only through WiFi and a server?
Date: Oct 10, 2010 7:57:45 AM PDT
Author: GusTraX

Hello!

I would like to know if there is a way to connect directly the
app with Pro Tools, instead of using WiFi.

It would be awesome if I could just do some peer-to-peer
communication directly from the laptop to the iPhone/iPad.

Is that possible?
If so, how?

Thanks!
 

 

ProRemote
So, is the communication only through WiFi and a server?
Date: Oct 10, 2010 9:47:11 PM PDT
Author: ProRemote

Originally Posted by GusTraX:
Hello!

I would like to know if there is a way to connect directly the
app with Pro Tools, instead of using WiFi.

It would be awesome if I could just do some peer-to-peer
communication directly from the laptop to the iPhone/iPad.

Is that possible?
If so, how?

Thanks!


This is possible if you have an Apple Airport card or other WIFI built
into your Mac. From there you can create a peer to peer network.
 

 

GusTraX
 
Date: Oct 11, 2010 1:23:16 PM PDT
Author: GusTraX

That is GREAT NEWS.
I have a MBPRO.

Now... could you elaborate on how to do that, please?
THANKS!!
 

 

ProRemote
 
Date: Oct 11, 2010 5:22:02 PM PDT
Author: ProRemote

Originally Posted by GusTraX:
That is GREAT NEWS.
I have a MBPRO.

Now... could you elaborate on how to do that, please?
THANKS!!


Sure-

All you have to do is go up to the menu bar and find the Airport icon. It should be there- if
not you will need to go to the System Preferences and select the Network icon, then the
Airport icon, then turn on "Show Airport status in menu bar". It will appear in the upper right
after that.

From there you can select the option to "Create Network" from the Airport menu icon. A
dialog will appear asking you for some settings. Type in a name for your network or just use
the default name that is in there. Also, leave the Channel set to automatic. Press OK.

Once that is done you will need to go to your iDevice, click on the Settings icon->WIFI and
select the network you just created. It will be listed.

Once you are connected to your new adhoc WIFI network with your iPhone or iPad, launch
ProRemote on it. ProRemote should find your machine automatically. If not you should see it
listed in ProRemote's preferences or you can type in the address manually.

Let me know if you have any other problems with ProRemote. If you need more help with
adhoc wifi network, just google it- there are a few nice tutorials on how to set it up on the
Mac if you run into trouble.

This configuration works well, this is what I use to demo ProRemote in public.
alex
 

 

GusTraX
Guess What?
Date: Oct 14, 2010 2:31:45 AM PDT
Author: GusTraX

IT WORKS!!!

I am now the happy owner of Pro Remote (Full Version) on my iPhone, but I am SO buying an iPad this
weekend.

I don't plan to mix a lot with it, but the pads and the transport areas are really useful. And well, with
the iPad perhaps mixing could get more interesting than within the iPhone 4.

By the way, I am Gus Lozada, the Product Specialist for AVID Audio Latin America; my job is to
demonstrate M-Audio and Pro Tools (M-Powered and LE) throughout all the Latin American countries.

I do not travel with a M-Audio's ProjectMix or a 003 console because it is an impractical thing to do,
but I don't travel without my iPhone -and soon without my iPad- so I really wanted your program to
work on a Peer 2 Peer connection. And it really delivers. Awesome.


So, I will dedicate a section of my clinics to demonstrate Pro Remote from now on. Really. I make
around a 150 clinics per year in up to 15 countries. Hopefully, People will love it, too.

Thanks so much!
G
 

 

ProRemote
Guess What?
Date: Oct 14, 2010 10:21:08 AM PDT
Author: ProRemote

Originally Posted by GusTraX:
IT WORKS!!!

I am now the happy owner of Pro Remote (Full Version) on my iPhone, but I am SO buying an iPad this
weekend.

I don't plan to mix a lot with it, but the pads and the transport areas are really useful. And well, with
the iPad perhaps mixing could get more interesting than within the iPhone 4.

By the way, I am Gus Lozada, the Product Specialist for AVID Audio Latin America; my job is to
demonstrate M-Audio and Pro Tools (M-Powered and LE) throughout all the Latin American countries.

I do not travel with a M-Audio's ProjectMix or a 003 console because it is an impractical thing to do,
but I don't travel without my iPhone -and soon without my iPad- so I really wanted your program to
work on a Peer 2 Peer connection. And it really delivers. Awesome.


So, I will dedicate a section of my clinics to demonstrate Pro Remote from now on. Really. I make
around a 150 clinics per year in up to 15 countries. Hopefully, People will love it, too.

Thanks so much!
G


WOW! that's great news. Thanks so much for taking the time to show ProRemote. We need all the help we can
get! I'm glad that you find it useful enough to use in your clinics! Thanks so much for the feedback.
enjoy,
alex
 

 
 
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