Jeff, are you saying you don't have lag for the iLive or GLD iPad app?
How does the GLD PC editor program work? I've just ordered an iLive (T112/IDR48) and rather than pay $100.00 for the I-Pad app, I just might remote control my show laptop with VNC. I'm using it now with Sounddiver to control my Roland VM-C7200, and it works great: fast with no sign of sluggishness. When the iLive arrives, I'll probably use it to control iLive Editor.-Mark
We use the GLD iPad app with no problems as far as the app goes. When I am outdoors and walk behind the stage (150 feet then behind all metal/trailer), I can lose a connection now and then. But the app is responsive. Mix monitors all the time with it during soundcheck. This has been true for V1.3 too. No noticeable lag.
Bob, which iPad hardware are you using? Mine's a gen 3 (right before they went with the lightning connector). I particulalry have a very difficult time selecting mixes, which is my primary use, to select an aux mix to setup mon mixes pre-show from stage. Sometimes I have thought it was because my hands get so dry during shows (after setup my hands are whacked) but when I try other iPad apps my hands work fine and even just now I had the same problem. Sometimes I have to press the tiny little mix button 10 or more times to get it selected.
Mark...I had a similar problem. Calouses could be too thick or simply a pressure issue. Try a stylus and see if that helps. My iPad case has a little elastic loop to hold one and it is handy. You could also use a bit of nylon string to tether a stylus to the pad or the case.
Thanks Dick, I just threw a stylus in my FOH case. To self incriminate, I just read the in-app help about selecting mixes and you don't actually have to press the mix button, just double click anywhere in the fader section. That seems to help a lot (sad, sad me).I am still having some problems getting faders to 'grab' both with my fingers and my stylus. Maybe I need to invest in a better stylus and carry some lotion.
Mark...You can also try a lighter touch, but wait for it to take effect. I think I was pressing harder in the beginning and it was counter-productive. But I'm only using the Qu-pad app for the 16 channel desk.With mine, if I just give it a beat to register, then make the desired adjustment it seems to work better. I think this is just a case of the user adjusting to the touch and the reaction time of the app to feel comfortable and not try to "push the river".Good luck
+1I am using a gen 4 iPad. Retina display model. I am told that to select a mix button, you double tap it. Sometimes it works. Terrible design. They should make a big button you can single tap. It takes about a half second for selecting a channel with a single tap. You need to wait to see if it selects, them try again. Not ok when you need to select it. Horizontal scroll... You need to wait for a second before the channel seems to respond. I have no confidence that if I need to move a fader, it is going to move the amount I want. The Yamaha Stage Mix app has none of these finicky issues. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk HD
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