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Using Lemur On An Android Touchscreen Monitor That Has USB Ports

Teo Nov 30, 2015 11:39AM CET

Is it possible to get a cheap Android touchscreen monitor with USB ports - and use something like MIO iConnectivity, plug from the USB port of the Android monitor, to my audio interface's MIDI and get it working instantly with my PC DAW?

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Teo Dec 03, 2015 02:54PM CET
I'm trying to get in touch with members who have threaded unchartered waters by trying Lemur on Android via USB cable, but apparently I'm not even allowed to start posts or reply to members in the forum as well.

Any thoughts on this idea?
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Doyle W. Donehoo Dec 07, 2015 06:21AM CET
I connected C_brains on a generic Android tablet via a USB cable to a PC (Win 8) running Lemur, Here is how:

Connecting and Android tablet via USB cable to a Windows 8 computer:
1) Buy in install Lemur onto your tablet.
2) Download and install the (free) Lemur Editor app onto your DAW.
3) Buy and download the C_BRAINS app.
4) Connect your tablet to your DAW (USB or wifi).
5) Start Lemur in you tablet.
6) Load C_Brains into the Lemur Editor.
7) In the editor, connect to your tablet.
9) Open the Lemur Daemon and connect to a virtual patch cords like LoopBe30 [the free one (LoopBe1) may be all you need since you need only one in/out connection]. Make sure everything has admin privileges, and make sure that Windows shield thing in the LoopBe app is OFF, and the numbered port check-box for the port you are using is NOT CHECKED!
10) Set up CUBASE (C_Brains manual how-to).

Now I am trying, and failing, to connect via wifi with the same setup. Mainly it is a stupid Windows issue that does not support ad hoc wifi connections properly.

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