We are a small team of developers located in Wrocław, Poland. As arts|UNMUTED we were developing tools for musicians and composers for Liine Lemur. Our products found home in many project studios and composers’ suites. Finally, we have decided to transfer our concepts to iOS and make them available for wider audience.
Yes. You need to download a small application called Metaserver from the Download section. Metaserver receives and processes all incoming communication from Metagrid including keyboard shortcuts, text and MIDI messages. Metaserver doesn’t install any files on your system. To remove it, delete it from Application folder.
Metagrid should seamlessly connect with your computer. Make sure both your iOS device and your computer are connected to the same WiFi network. Make sure you don’t have another instance of Metagrid on a different iOS device connected to your computer. If Metagrid doesn’t find your computer, press Refresh button on the connection page. In case of older routers and slow WiFi networks, you have to press Refresh several times. If the problem persists, close and restart Metagrid on your iOS device. If the problem still persists, contact us - we will do our best to help you.
No. Metagrid has been optimized for iPads (including iPad Pro)
Yes. You can connect up to 4 iPads with Metagrid to your computer to create a powerful remote control system for your PC/Mac desktop/laptop.
Yes, Metagrid supports USB connection both on Mac and. Windows.
Yes. See User Manual for the step-by-step instructions.
Not yet. You can export/import the complete Metagrid database, though.
Yes. Metagrid v1.3 enables Cubase, Digital Performer, Logic X and Studio One keep the port assignments when you restart your Mac.