[Harp-L] DM-48

David Fairweather dmf273@xxxxx
Sat Jun 10 12:56:37 EDT 2017

On my PC I'm using Presonus Studio One 3 together with a plug in called
Presence which has a ton of great patches.  Alternatively there's Reason
with the Electro Harmonic Waves patches.   I think the Presonus/Reason
setup has a bit more lag than the Reason/EHW setup, but the Presence
patches are richer sounding.   Both setups sound better than Garageband to
my ears.

On Sat, Jun 10, 2017 at 8:59 AM, Michael Rubin <
michaelrubinharmonica at xxxxx> wrote:

> Only two of the programs were available for iphone.
> Figure does not seem to have midi patches available. If someone figures
> our what I xannot, let me know.
> Cassini has a bunch of patches. In my opinion after an hour of trying I
> think garage band is better. However cassini patches can be altered by the
> user which is cool.
> Michael Rubin
> Michaelrubinharmonica.com
> On Fri, Jun 9, 2017 at 10:19 PM David Fairweather <dmf273 at xxxxx>
> wrote:
>> No the DM-48 does not have any kind of Bluetooth or Wi-Fi.  But you can
>> plug it into an iPhone and then use the iPhone to use network midi to
>> stream wirelessly to a Mac Pro notebook.   Theoretically you can even do
>> this with an Android phone to stream to a Windows or Mac notebook, but I
>> don't think anyone's actually got this working.   As for Bluetooth,
>>  theoretically you  might be able to find an Ipad app that will let you
>> send Bluetooth audio to a Bluetooth speaker,  but Garageband says "I'm
>> already working hard enough, don't make me stream out Bluetooth too" or an
>> error message to that effect.

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