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We are of two minds about security. We have a wireless access point with password protection, and then the iDR with password, but I also find it a PITA when I want to administer from my iPhone, because iTweak doesn’t multi-task, at least not on iPhone 3GS running 4.1 software, which means I have to tap in the password each time.

The question I ask myself: is it likely that an audience member is going to have the nouse to download iTweak, break through the wireless AP and then log on to the iDR and f*ck around?

I think the answer is that it’s highly unlikely.

I don’t want to go to the trouble of entering MAC addresses, although that’s the most secure solution.

I hope the new iPad app has some more custom functionality for different users; apart from the security issue (‘basic’ logons having too much functionality), it would be good to have a custom screen for the sound engineer to access when moving around the venue.