Trying to go iPad

Posted by: cassp

Trying to go iPad - 03/12/17 07:04 PM

I would like to load and play my SMF on my iPad Air I. I'm looking for the easiest yet best sounding setup. I'm thinking of loading midi files to UnReal Book and then playing them thru Roland SoundCanvas app.

Is this the way to do this? I'm still not into recording songs as MP3, but I'd like to wire this thru the audio IN of my Hammond and eliminate the s950 for most of my sets.

Any advice is appreciated.
Posted by: bruno123

Re: Trying to go iPad - 03/12/17 07:37 PM

Sweet Midi App Great. Lyrics, Sets, Mixer, change instruments and volumes, it has it all.

John C.
Posted by: Fran Carango

Re: Trying to go iPad - 03/12/17 07:49 PM

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Posted by: Eric, B

Re: Trying to go iPad - 03/12/17 09:43 PM

Originally Posted By Fran Carango
Android users... WinLive Pro karaoke mobil is the best.
It comes with the best soundset.
Check it out.


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Eric
Posted by: Bachus

Re: Trying to go iPad - 03/13/17 05:21 AM

Check out this LINK on Keyszone

There is quite some great options, many have some very specific features. Most are free.
Posted by: Dnj

Re: Trying to go iPad - 03/13/17 07:59 AM

Originally Posted By Fran Carango
Android users... WinLive Pro karaoke mobil is the best.
It comes with the best soundset.
Check it out.


ditto
Posted by: Uncle Dave

Re: Trying to go iPad - 03/13/17 08:58 AM

I prefer to record my midi files to MP3, then put them in iTunes to play on my iPad through "Anytune Pro+"
I still have control of speed, key and lyrics, when needed.
Posted by: cassp

Re: Trying to go iPad - 03/13/17 03:41 PM

Dave, I guess that's what I should do. That way I can add harmonies and extra tracks where I want. Unfortunately I'm a lazy bum and don't seem to play often enough to make it worth my while.

I'm thinking of using the SoundCanvas app for my sound engine (anything better?) and then using Sweet Midi to store and play my SMFs. Then I can still do my normal live playing and editing.
Posted by: bruno123

Re: Trying to go iPad - 03/13/17 04:41 PM

Sweet Midi can change in the instruments that are playing the Midi. It also can change the volume of each instrument or mute them.

Cassp, how will you be using -- the SoundCanvas app for your sound engine? Keyboard????

John C.
Posted by: cassp

Re: Trying to go iPad - 03/13/17 06:26 PM

I would like to substitute the sweet instrument with the Canvas. Can't I do that?