The iRig2 doesn't need any other adapter, but it's pricey. . .Another detail question- were you testing it with the iRig 2 midi connected directly to the iPad or does it need to be connected through the Apple USB adapter? I'm probably going to go ahead and buy the iRig 2 midi adapter for this and just need to know if I need to buy the Apple adapter too. By the way- kudos for finally bringing this to us! I use my iPad on my stand for so many things and it was a waste to have to set up my laptop too.
Some cheaper lightning usb adapters also existOk good, thanks. iRig comes with USB and Lightning plugs so wondered if it could stand alone with Lightning. It's $80 but it's $30 + shipping for the Apple USB adapter plus the Roland UM One at $40 + shipping so that's roughly the same price when you look at it that way. Or am I missing something?
ThanksIt seems like a fantastic tool indeed, especially for people playing live and who are staying away from the Axe FX II itself.
I must be honest, i won't purchase it. Not because of quality issue, but just because I don't have a smartphone myself (I want to stay free ) , and only an old android tablet without android 6.0.
I hope for you taht the application will be a success . The Axe FX II needs people like you .
Thanks for sharing you talents with us
Here is my phone's screen. First picture is the grid, then once you click on a block you get the parameters screen.Excellent. Can you post a screen shot of what you're describing? Thanks.