How to connect Audio Ape Pro to your iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch.
Button Mapping and Presets.
Pairing New Remotes.
Stand-Alone Playlist Creation.
Your SD card comes pre-formatted. If you want to use a different SD card you will need to format it.
Create playlists by adding folders to the root folder on your SD card named “Playlists”.
Set the order that your tracks playback, by using a number at the beginning of the music file name.
Stand-Alone Player Controls.
Edit Your SD Card Using Mobile Device.
Using MIDI with Go Button.
Below is a button to download the pre-built remote profile for Go Button. Note that the downloading of it using the download button below is not supported on iOS (iPhone, iPad)
You must first download it to your Mac laptop or desktop by using the green button below, then airdrop it over from your Apple computer to your iOS device.
Once the profile is moved to the iOS device and shows up in Go Button you will still need to mark that new Audio Ape Pro profile as the active one, you can see this done at the end of the video above.
Using MIDI with QLab.
Note volume control cannot be controlled using MIDI commands. Therefore we use keyboard commands (vol up and down) to control the overall system volume.
Something to be aware of is when sending keyboard commands to control your OS X system volume. You will have to use the control panel in OS X to specify the sound output you want to control the volume of.
For example, if you are using the Audio Ape Pro's headphone output, you will have to select that output where the blue arrow is pictured.