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  1. You can not record your performance which is sugested
    in this vid.
    there is a stepsequencer where you can manual enter notes,

    but your actual performance on the keyboard can not be recorded, saved or exported.

  2. @Anonymous

    What? Really?… wow.. this is just useless really if you can't record what you do on the keyboard.

  3. How do you know this, Anon? I find it a little hard to believe.

    In any case, Nanostudio is promising SS25 support.

  4. He's right, I've had the SynthStation app since it was released, and now I have the keyboard, and it still can only input notes by step sequencer.

  5. WEAKKKK!!!! Pathetic!!
    Hope the pending Nanostudio update includes live performance for the SS25.

    It's a make-or-break situation.

  6. Er, well actually you CAN record your live performance, and then send the .wav or .mid to your computer's browser via wi-fi.

    What is annoying is that the performance is not transcribed in the “grid edit” sequencer for later fine tuning. Nor is there any copy/paste transfer to other apps on the idevice itself.

    Still no-one out there able to say if it works with iPhone4???

  7. @Revere4 I saw a post on the blip forums (nanostudio) that the ss25 works with iphone4.

    Also I'm 99% certain that NS will allow you to record the midi data being play via the external keyboard. Matt says the update will be coming in the next 2-3 weeks.

  8. Thanks formal – Matt definitely knows his stuff, so he's presumably also right on this one.

    Certainly Nano would seem to be an ideal app to run on this hardware…

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