Control Logic Pro From Your iPad

Delora releases the lpTouch iPad controller for Logic Pro      06/03/12
Control Logic Pro From Your iPad


Harmony Systems, Inc. has announced the worldwide availability of Delora lpTouch, an iPad application that functions as a remote controller for the Apple Logic Pro application program on a Mac. They tell us that lpTouch is an intuitive, powerful control surface app optimized for use with Logic. It uses Logic's built-in Open Sound Control (OSC) control surface support, so all that's needed is a working Wi-Fi connection between the Mac and iPad.
lpTouch expands the Delora Software line of music controller apps for iOS devices and the Mac, including gbTouch and gbRemote for GarageBand. Here's what delora has to say about the features and benefits of lpTouch:
Adjust track settings, send values, Logic's EQ, plug-in effects, and software instruments to "dial in" to the right sound. Mute or solo any track to evaluate a mix during playback. Arm one or more tracks for recording. Know where you're at with the timecode and bar-beat display, and track name and number identification. No more frustrating attempts to make sound setting adjustments with tiny computer screen controls and mouse. lpTouch's five screens offer large, usable multi-touch faders and rotaries - with values displayed - to easily edit software instruments, insert parameters, EQ settings, or track volume, pan, and send levels. Pricing and Availability:
lpTouch is available for $4.99 (USD) on the iTunes App Store. More information:

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s r dhain (juicyaudio)    Said...

forgive the slight tangent, but is there something like this available for pro-tools?

07-Mar-12 05:35 PM


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