Deepmind - Wireless Connection to a Windows/Apple Computer

Deepmind – Wireless connecting to a Windows/Apple Computer
This article aims to give you a step by step guide on how to connect your Deepmind to your desktop computer/laptop wirelessly to transmit MIDI information.

To perform this on a windows device, you first need to download a third party application such a rtpMIDI by Tobias Erichsen that will allow transmission of MIDI messages wirelessly. Apple devices have the ability to do this from factory so there is no need to download another application.

https://www.tobias-erichsen.de/software/rtpmidi.html

Once this is downloaded, you can enable the Deepmind as an access point. To do this, press the ‘Global’ button until you reach the ‘Connectivity’ menu then enter the Network Settings Option.

Connectivity Menu
Network Settings


Select your Deepmind as your network on your computer, open the rtpMIDI application then follow the steps below;
  1. Under My Sessions, click the + and Create a new session, this can be named in the local name section on the right
  2. Click + on Directory
  3. Name the device you are adding, and insert the IP Address, ignoring 0’s, and then 5004. YOU MUST SEPARATE THE IP AND PORT WITH :
  4. xxx.xxx.xxx:5004
  5. Press Connect followed by the Enabled Tick box under session. You should then see your device and latency time in the Participants section.
  6. Open the Deepmind 12 app and go to the settings tab.
  7. Select your device for input and output then press resync.
RTP MIDI Settings

Deepmind connection menu

Your Deepmind is connected.
When connecting to a mac, enable the Deepmind as an access point and connect to it from your computer, then follow these steps;
  1. Go to the Audio Midi Setup, and under the window tab, select show Midi Studio.
  2. Double click network
  3. Click + on Directory
  4. Name the device you are adding, and insert the IP Address, ignoring 0’s, in the host section and then 5004 for the port.
  5. Press Connect followed by the Enabled Tick box under session. You should then see your device and latency time in the Participants section.
  6. Open the Deepmind 12 app and go to the settings tab.
  7. Select your device for input and output then press resync.
MIDI Studio
MIDI Network Setup

Your Deepmind is now connected.
 
 
 

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