I’ve purchased bome network pro licenses on desktop and iOS. They are on the same wired lan across adaptator for iPad and an Ethernet switch. The 3 machines, windows 10, Mac mini M1 and iPad Air 3 see each other and communicate. BUT:
I can’t see on the iPad or on the Windows, the midi devices attached to the Mac mini by usb and I can’t see the midi device attached to the Windows by usb on the other machines.
And I’m looking for the remote midi panel, and I need an explanation about all the automatic naming of sources and outputs.
It’s a lot of questions but I can’t see any manual.
I need some help to understand what seems to be a powerful tool.
In order to see the ‘Remote Direct MIDI’ ports, you need to.
Open the Bome Network Tool
Click on the remote host that you want to enable You will see the MIDI ports
attached to that host
Click the switch of any ports you want to enable until it turns green
Then you should be able to see those ports on your local device. The ports show up to application as ‘remotehostname’ followed by a colon and then the device name. In my example below, I’m enabling a few remote devices attached via network to my BomeBox, but the procedure is the same for ioS, Window, MacOS, Linux and Raspberry pi.
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