Tested Apple Devices


#21

Doesn’t work with my MacBook Pro 2011 … And no stand alone of sensor wave for mac :confused:
My bluetooth device find everything except my two freedrums. In the midi panel , i don’t have any proposition of pairing using bluetooth .

I’m working on mavericks … Maybe Have I to finally update it ?


#22

Seyran, please can you explain about how it works on a Macbook Pro?
On mine (2012 but with latest OS, Sierra installed), it says the app is only available for iOS.
Am I doing something wrong, or should I be able to use this with my MBP?


#23

Hello Lawrence,

You can find the setup instructions for MacOS here:

https://www.freedrum.rocks/setup/frequently-asked-questions/playing-with-mac-and-garageband

Please contact me directly on support@freedrum.rocks if you are still having issues.


#24

D’oh! Thanks. Been a while since I looked through all the instructions … I’m still waiting for delivery, just getting prepared :slight_smile:


#25

I apologize if I break the boxes, is there anyone who can help me? :pray:
I do not see “Check for Sensorware Update” in my iphone 4s so I can not make any updates


#26

We are aware of that issue and it will be solved soon. However, you can force the sensors to be updated by putting them into boot loader mode manually. Hold the button until it turn yellow and start Sensorware. You will get a question if you would like to update. Do this with only one sensor at a time.


#27

Thanks for your reply Fredrik.
I have tried to follow your steps, it seems to have upgraded, but when it comes back it is the same as before. Something wrong?


#28

https://www.freedrum.rocks/setup/frequently-asked-questions/playing-with-mac-and-garageband


#29

Freedrum doesn’t seem to be working properly with Iphone SE, any experience?


#30

Hello,

Sorry to hear about this can you message me directly at support@freedrum.rocks to better assist you.

  • Seyran

#31

I do consider buying an Iphone, can owners of Iphone 6 and 6s share their experience with Freedrum and their devices?
Cheers


#32

Most of the development for iOS has been made using an iPhone 6. You should be fine with that one :wink:


#33

Hey Guys,

can someone confirm that Sensorware also works flawlessly on older iPads than the iPad Pro 12.9? Explicitly on iPad Air 2?
I want to buy an iPad solely for the purpose of using my Freedrum, but don’t want to spend hundreds on it, and the iPad Air 2 seems to be old enough to be sold for less than 200€, but new enough to have the current iOS.

Thanks in advance!


#34

Freedrum on iPad Mini 2 running current iOS 11, Sensorware and Garage Band. Best experience so far.


#35

Yes, iPad air 2 works great


#36

Thank you very much!


#37

iPad 4 works fine with garageband for sounds.


#38

I just fixed the not being able to update, due to the scrolling issue on iPhone 4x. It should be out in the App Store later this week, together with the new v6 firmware.