If your MioXM is 10, 100, or even 300 feet away from your PlayAudio12, you can connect them via Ethernet. Here’s how.
This long-distance ethernet connection is what I like to call a “Satellite Setup.” I still the a USB connection is most ideal if your 2 devices are close to each other, but this is a great option if that’s not possible.
Watch this tutorial to learn how to connect via USB:
What you’ll learn:
-The 2 ways to connect via ethernet (direct connection, network switch)
-Using Auracle for X-Series to configure and set up your connections
-Using the 4 possible RTP ethernet connections
-Configuring the PlayAudio12 and MioXM in Auracle for X-Series
-Setting up your MIDI routing
-Setting up RTP source to host port (HST)
Are you using the MioXM and PlayAudio12 together? Leave a comment to let me know how you have it set up and how it’s working!
0:00 How to Connect Your mioXM to Your PlayAUDIO12 using Ethernet
0:17 Last Week’s Tutorial: Connecting mioXM to PlayAUDIO12 Using USB
0:30 Connecting mioXM to your PlayAUDIO12 in A Satellite Set-up (Ethernet)
1:11 Visual Drawing: Connecting mioXM to PlayAUDIO12
1:52 Use Auracle for X-Series and Set Up Connections
2:52 Four Possible RTP Connections
3:42 Set Up PlayAUDIO12 to be the Initiator (All 4 Connections)
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6:11 MIDI Routing: Connect DINs and RTPs with All 4 Connections
7:35 Different Example with RTP Source to HST
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