Using Backing Tracks - A Beginners Guide
Adding Redundant Inputs to Live Playback
In the modern world, the use of backing tracks is widespread and accepted as an essential part of today’s live music experience.
Each different type and size of act will have different requirements, but there are some common features and things to bear in mind when setting out to use backing tracks for your own live performances. Let’s look at the different possibilities…
MIDI over Ethernet - Marvellous RTP-MIDI
Adding external audio inputs to a redundant playback rig really is as simple as buying an iConnectAUDIO4+, and routing your inputs to be split between two computers. We show you how…
How to use a foot controller with the iConnectAUDIO4+ (great video)
iConnectivity Ethernet-equipped MIDI interfaces use a system called RTP-MIDI (Real Time Protocol MIDI). This is a method of running MIDI over standard networks, like Ethernet or even Wi-fi! Yes, that's right, you can even run MIDI over Wi-Fi!
A great tutorial video from user André Neumann. He needs to keep his hands free to play his guitar, so he controls his Elektron Octatrack with a foot controller in his iConnectAUDIO4+.