Understanding Lemur Targets: Getting MIDI In and Out of Lemur

Lemur Targets are message routers. They allow you to route groups of commands together so that they can share the same MIDI connection. You can think of them exactly like audio mix buses-- except for MIDI. What's great about Targets is that they allow you to separate out the [...]

September 15th, 2016|Troubleshooting|

Software Updates: Using an Upgrade Service

Occasionally, you will need to transfer your settings using a small module called an Upgrade Service. An Upgrade Service is just a temporary container to store your data so that you can transfer it between versions. Basically, you just drop it into your old version, press Save, copy/paste it into your new version, and press [...]

September 10th, 2016|Troubleshooting|

Software Updates: Transferring Settings to a New Version

Every MIDI Kinetics product comes with a container called "User" which contains all your custom settings and objects. Just replace the new one with your old one! Occasionally a product may have additional instructions, so please refer back to the knowledgebase. • Open your old version. Copy (⌘ / CTL + C) your [...]

September 10th, 2016|Troubleshooting|

Have an older iPad? Be VERY careful with this Lemur setting

As noted in the manuals, MIDI Kinetics requires that users with iPads older than iPad Air disable "Anti-alias Canvas objects" before attempting to upload projects to their iPads. It could cause a crash. You can find this setting in Lemur's "More Settings" page. That's fine, but what if you accidentally flip this setting back on, [...]

February 27th, 2016|Troubleshooting|