> On 17 Apr 2018, at 3:27 am, Douglas Ruisaard via use-livecode
> <email@example.com> wrote:
> Hmmm... I found an interesting and possibly an exploitable approach...
> possibly in combination with Monte's suggestion that "mergAccessory" may be a
> component. In the link:
> ... there is discussion about using a MIDI device as an attachment to an iOS
> device. I could easily get the arduino to appear to be a MIDI device, since
> that merely involves using a specific "protocol" for moving data AND there
> are many arduino project which use the arduino for MIDI processing, input and
> Question is.. how would I go about "marrying" the two... a MIDI "device" and
> Monte's "mergAccessory" external?
Unfortunately you need an official made for iOS device to use mergAccessory.
It’s a special program that hardware manufacturers have to sign up to. Apple
being Apple keep control of the ecosystem of hardware. Best bet is to look for
a made for iphone thing that is designed as an interface to arduino or
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