Q: What are the difference between DAW Remote and DAW Remote HD
DAW Remote (iPhone) is light-weight with essential functions, which is handier and ideal for quick transporting. DAW Remote HD (iPad) focus more on track control. It provides full functions of control surface.
Q:Can DAW Remote HD on my iPad work together with DAW Remote on my iPhone?
YES! you can use as many iOS devices as you wish to control your project.
Q: Which DAW softwares does DAW remote HD support?
DAW Remote HD is specially optimized for Apple Logic®, Ableton Live® and Protools®. However, there is also a universal mode which is compatible with most of the DAW software that supports Mackie Control Protocol.
Q: Do I need any driver on my computer?
For Mac users, you don't need any drivers. For Windows users, you need an rtpMIDI driver which is free and available here.
Q:My MAC connects to WIFI Router by ethernet, can I use DAW Remote?
Q: Does DAW Remote HD support Bluetooth connection?
Positive. DAW remote HD supports Bluetooth connection. But we do not recommend this because of bandwidth issues.
Q: What is a control surface?
Traditionally, a control surface is accessary hardware that helps musicians control DAW software more easily. DAW Remote (HD) is a simulator of those control surface on iPad and it uses the traditional control protocols which support wireless control.
Q: How can I know if DAW Remote HD is connected and ready to use?
When DAW Remote (HD) is ready to use, you should be able to see the MIDI signals on the display, e.g. the time code, the track names.
Q: Can I control more than 8 tracks?
YES! You can use "CH.《》" to change single track or "BANKS《》" to change bank (8 tracks). Certainly, if you have two or more iPads, you can control more tracks simultaneously.
Q: Is there any key combination in DAW Remote HD just like in the traditional control surface?
YES! There are many powerful functions with key combination. Actually, DAW Remote HD does exactly what the corresponding control protocol says. You may find detailed instructions in the user manual for your DAW.