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 Once you have successfully connected your tablet and computer to the same network (whether ad-hoc or router), you will need to setup MIDI ports. Once you have successfully connected your tablet and computer to the same network (whether ad-hoc or router), you will need to setup MIDI ports.
  
-You need to have the [[Lemur:basic_concepts#​Daemon and Editor|Lemur ​Daemon]] runningas well as some 3rd party virtual MIDI ports. There are a number ​of different virtual MIDI portssuch as [[http://​www.tobias-erichsen.de/​software/​loopmidi.html|loopMIDI]] of[[http://​www.nerds.de/​index.html|loopBe]]. Check them out and choose whichever suits you best.+This applies for iOS Wi-Fi connections ([[Lemur:connection:​wifi:​router|router]] or [[Lemur:​connection:​wifi:​adhoc_win|ad-hoc]])or any type of Android connection ([[Lemur:​connection:​wifi:​router|router]], [[Lemur:connection:​wifi:​adhoc_win|ad-hoc]] or [[Lemur:​connection:​hardware:android|USB tethering]])
  
-Once you have created virtual MIDI ports, you can assign ​MIDI Target in Lemur. The Lemur Daemon is very powerful, and allows up to 8 independent MIDI ports. ​(Each MIDI port has 16 MIDI channelsand of course on each MIDI channel you can have a full range of MIDI notes and 128 different CCs!You can configure MIDI Targets in the Lemur Daemon or in the Lemur app itselfA typical configuration would be the following:+If you are using an iOS device with [[Lemur:​connection:​hardware:​ios|hardware interface]] ​(iRig MIDI, iConnect ​MIDI, etc), these instructions do not apply.
  
-MIDI Target 0 +=== Virtual ​MIDI ports ===
-Input: loopMIDI A +
-Output: loopMIDI B+
  
 +You need to have the [[Lemur:​basic_concepts#​Daemon and Editor|Lemur Daemon]] running, as well as some 3rd party virtual MIDI ports. There are a number of different virtual MIDI ports, such as [[http://​www.tobias-erichsen.de/​software/​loopmidi.html|loopMIDI]] or [[http://​www.nerds.de/​index.html|loopBe]]. Check them out and choose whichever suits you best.
  
-Make sure to never use the same MIDI port for input and outputas that would create feedback. +Once you have created virtual ​MIDI portsyou can assign a MIDI Target ​to Lemur. ​You can do this in the Lemur Daemon GUI or in the Lemur app itselfA typical configuration would be the following:
-You are now ready to send and receive MIDI messages from Lemur. ​Try out a factory template such as “iPad - Studio Combo”, and move the faders. Try mapping these in your favourite DAW. Once you get the hang of it, you can explore the Liine User Library ​or the Liine Forum to discover hundreds of Lemur templates. +
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 +  * MIDI Target 0
 +  * Input: loopMIDI A
 +  * Output: loopMIDI B
  
 +**Note:** Make sure to never use the same MIDI port for input and output, as that would create feedback.
  
- Firstmake sure the [[Lemur:​basic_concepts#​Daemon and Editor|Lemur Daemon]] is running on your computerThengo to the settings in the Lemur app and select Daemon Input/​Output 0 in MIDI Target 0(advanced users can configure several targets, as they please)+When you're setupa good test is to try out a factory template such as “iPad - Studio Combo”, and move the faders. Try mapping these in your favourite DAWOnce you get the hang of ityou can explore ​the Liine User Library or the Liine Forum to discover hundreds of Lemur templates.
  
-If you are using a [[Lemur:​connection:​hardware:​ios|hardware interface]] (iRig MIDI, iConnect MIDI, etc), you do not need to use the Lemur Daemon. 
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