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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.
  
-This applies ​to iOS Wi-Fi connections ([[Lemur:​connection:​wifi:​adhoc_osx|ad-hoc]] or [[Lemur:​connection:​wifi:​router|router]], or any type of Android connection (Wi-Fi or USB tethering).+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]]) 
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 +If you are using an iOS device with a [[Lemur:​connection:​hardware:​ios|hardware interface]] (iRig MIDI, iConnect MIDI, etc), these instructions do not apply. 
 === Virtual MIDI ports === === Virtual MIDI ports ===
  
-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]] ​of[[http://​www.nerds.de/​index.html|loopBe]]. Check them out and choose whichever suits you best.+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.
  
 Once you have created virtual MIDI ports, you can assign a MIDI Target to Lemur. You can do this in the Lemur Daemon GUI or in the Lemur app itself. A typical configuration would be the following: Once you have created virtual MIDI ports, you can assign a MIDI Target to Lemur. You can do this in the Lemur Daemon GUI or in the Lemur app itself. A typical configuration would be the following:
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   * Output: loopMIDI B   * Output: loopMIDI B
  
-=== MIDI Feedback === +**Note:​** ​Make sure to never use the same MIDI port for input and output, as that would create feedback.
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-Make sure to never use the same MIDI port for input and output, as that would create feedback+
-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.+
  
-=== USB connection ===+When you're setup, a good test is to 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.
  
-If you are using an iOS device with 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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