How to connect beatbuddy and aeros in midisynch to ipad via bluetooth i

Hello everyone i d like to know if it s possible to connect aeros and beatbuddy in midi synch and simultaneously with onsong via bluetooth thanks :pray:

How were you connecting MIDI sync to the Beatbuddy before?

If you were using a Bluetooth dongle, one downside is that the dongle is powered from the MIDI out port of the device is connected to, this is a problem if you have the Aeros connected to the output of the BeatBuddy.

My advice in this case would be to get a converter from lightning bolt to MIDI and send the on song messages through a cable instead of Bluetooth.

Volevo appunto evitare cavi per avere un palco non incasinato.
Grazie🙏 quindi non ce soluzione oltre a questa?

Just is t not clear where in the beatbuddy from ipad i should insert the midi side of the cable

Please translate your messages for us, thank you.

What you would need to do is find a converter for iPad to MIDI. Then that converter should have MIDI in and MIDI out labeled, then you will likely need a MIDI cable. Plug your MIDI cable into the MIDI Out port on your iPad converter. Then, plug that MIDI cable into the BeatBuddy’s break out cable into the In port.

Then plug the aeros to the MIDI Out on the breakout cable using another MIDI cable into the Aeros. Here’s a graphic:

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Thank you so much!

Maybe this link will help you

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Did this setup work for you and does the converter also charge the iPad?

It’s usually helpful to have a powered USB hub between the tablet and the converter. Tablet USBs are very low power, typically.

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Thank you