This is what Audeonic, creator of MidiBridge, announced today, with a development kit for iOS apps creator who wish to implement MIDI.
MidiBus is the name of this new project coded in C and Obj-C, which allows for iOS app developers to implement MIDI support. Audeonic explains that MidiBus is a "light" version of MidiBridge (a MIDI devices and software patch/routing iOS app, $8.99 on the AppStore), which sits on top of CoreMIDI (but does not replace it). The project is still under development, changes can still happen, but it should give the ability to define sensible virtual MIDI ports for iOS apps, and add a specific UI for the user to specify MIDI channels, activate inputs, adjust the clock and more. It should also prevent users from creating MIDI loops and "dubious" connections.
iOS developers could soon be invited to beta test the MidiBus project, though Audeonic has not announced any specific date yet. Visit audeonic.com to read the announcement.
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