I see on the product page a wifi symbol but only a description of bluetooth.
If there is wifi, Ableton Link would be amazing 🙂
If there isnt wifi, can that be added?
As far as I know, there’s a special module built-into the Oxi for handling the Bluetooth things. Adding WiFi would require a major change in both, hardware and software.
I assumed it might be too late to put in the hardware but I was dreaming 🙂
But is it possible to incorporate a wifi module in a breakout box or usb wifi dongle? I was looking at the Torso T1 (has wifi) and having Link via wifi sounds really handy for syncing modular/synths with daws or other Link decives. I appreciate its probably a low priority feature request but thought I would ask before the One goes in production.
norisounds I am planning to do a LINK module (like the Split). I think it would be interesting too.
I tried OXI bluetooth to send the clock to other devices like a Volca Sample (with a WIDI Jack) and it works perfect. In my opinion MIDI Bluetooth is more versatile but maybe LINK for syncing may be more optimized.
This could be a good solution…
That looks like a nice improvement over the Yamaha MD-BT01. With both trs and 5 din, it should be easy to use with all types of gear. I havent really used bluetooth midi before. I wonder how stable the clock is…