Page 1 of 1

G2M: wow! and how does it compare to iOS app?

PostPosted: Sun Dec 25, 2016 10:16 pm
by CaBleman
James,
I received a G2M latest revision through your Black Friday sales...
It is absolutely stunning, depending on the synh/preset you use.
At the moment, I'm having such fun playing a Roland A-01 with it, unbelievable...

Now since a week I own an iPad, got a few soft synths and all and will try them as well. But then I found the Sonuus MIDI app, that had not been updated since 2013?
Would it work with iOS 10.2? I'm afraid to try for EUR 9,99

Most importabt question is: how do the algorithms compare to the G2M box, latest revision? Could I get the exact same results?

Thank you James, for this great invention and implementation (again!)!

Kind regards,

CaB

Re: G2M: wow! and how does it compare to iOS app?

PostPosted: Tue Dec 27, 2016 9:29 am
by james
The G2M app uses the same algorithms as the G2M V2 - so it's a bit out of date compared to the latest hardware; but still very good. The latency on the app is a little bit higher than the hardware G2M because iOS audio buffering adds more latency; the hardware has no audio buffer latency.

As far as I know it runs on the latest iOS version.

Re: G2M: wow! and how does it compare to iOS app?

PostPosted: Fri Dec 30, 2016 4:56 pm
by DrSteve
OK, so oddly enough I am trying to get the G2M v3 to control a Roland A-01k also, and it won't work for me. Did the OP do anything special with channels? Did he unhook the k25m ribbon cable or something?

Re: G2M: wow! and how does it compare to iOS app?

PostPosted: Fri Dec 30, 2016 9:58 pm
by CaBleman
No, nothing special. Guitar to Jack IN and MIDI OUT to A01 MIDI IN.
By default A-01 it listens to all channels, check system settings or do factory reset. To be sure also install latest firmware.
Regards, CaB