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  • #113500
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    Dub_Daddy
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    Please create the Mixpad for other tablets then just Apple Tablets 🙏🙏

    #113501
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    RuneS
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    Mixing Station is better in pretty much every way. (except maybe for RTA) Just use that instead.

    #113507
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    Brian
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    While I agree it would be helpful if Allen and Heath added Android support for their mobile apps, I also agree that Mixing Station works great. It is definitely worth the cost of the license.

    #113556
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    Please create the Mixpad for other tablets then just Apple Tablets 🙏🙏 ++++++++

    NO: Mixing Station is better in pretty much every way. (except maybe for RTA) Just use that instead

    #113557
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    i Have the Mix Station already, but one main ascpect i using a tablet is to have a RTA on it. And Mix Station RTA is not as same level as Mixpad.

    Dont know why A&H have locked in their app just for apple users?

    #113614
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    Chris
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    It’s not so much that A&H have locked their app for Apple users, it’s more to do with the ROI of hiring android developers and then maintaining that app. I’m not defending the position at all, but that is the reality. I am an Android user after all, but Apple for some reason seems to have always been the defacto standard despite Android being just as, if not more popular. A lot of the popular creative platforms used to be Apple only (Protools, Photoshop, etc…) and that pretty much steered the industry to make sure that Apple was supported first. Times have changed and A&H just seem to be behind for supporting additional platforms. So far behind that community based developers are picking up the slack and that is quite disappointing.

    #114004
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    Wolfgang
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    I’ll be honest with you:
    I haven’t used the Mixpad app for years.
    Instead, I use CustomControl on the smartphone and MixingStation for some applications on the iPad.

    Most of the time, though, I just use the Director software on a Windows tablet!
    Here I have a very familiar interface that also copies the console controls almost 1:1. So I never have to rethink and have full access to everything.

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