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 Post subject: Interesting article: New for audio in iOS 8 & Yosemite
PostPosted: Wed Jun 04, 2014 3:35 pm 

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http://9to5mac.com/2014/06/04/new-for-a ... /?pushup=1

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 Post subject: Re: Interesting article: New for audio in iOS 8 & Yosemite
PostPosted: Thu Jun 05, 2014 9:33 am 

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Some good stuff. Strange that this doesn't raise more interest here. For all the iPad users this sounds like a godsend here:
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MIDI over Bluetooth LE will allow iOS devices and Macs (and possibly third-party devices) to send MIDI data to one another over Bluetooth. That means that after initiating a Bluetooth connection, your iPad and Mac will be able to pass note and control data for things like virtual instrument and effect apps back and forth to each other wirelessly.


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The feature will support any Mac released since 2012, some since 2011 that have native BLE support, and iOS devices including iPhone 4S and up, first-gen Retina iPad and up, and first-gen iPad mini and up.


So for it to work with your Mac you need Bluetooth LE (4.0) apparently, which has been built in since 2012.
To find out if your Mac does, go to System Profiler and check under the Bluetooth section if the LMP version is 6 (should read something like 0x6).

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