I love the app! I'm a bass player and would like to integrate this into a band setting. I'm using the Blue Board but find the number of foot presses is too much. I think a combo of a couple of options would go a long way to help. The first would be an option for the play button to automatically start in Sustain mode. When there is a hard stop on keys, say at the end of a chorus section, currently, I have to press a sustain button to stop the keys, then a down button, then the sustain button again, all before the play button to start in on a verse (or whatever next section)... that's a lot of fancy footwork due to 4 required movements between every section change! With the auto sustain option on, it would be a sustain button to stop, a down button, then a start button (3 required movements). The second suggestion would be a way to set the number of times through a section. Once the limit is reached the play button automatically moves to the next section. In the example above, if paired with the auto sustain option, a hard stop at the end of the chorus set to 1 time through would require a sustain button to stop and then the play button (2 required movements!) Another example: if you had a verse that gets played twice with no hard stop, you set the number of times to 2 and then you only have to worry about the play button! No down button and then play required. So much easier (for this old guy at least). Again, love the app! Regards, Chris
For those of you who are experiencing an issue with double pressing to change chords with the iRig Blueboard. Here is a solution that we implemented on our latest update, that allows our users to connect the iRig Blueboard directly to the Dream Foot app without needing to open the BlueBoard App. Here is how you do it 1) Turn on your Blueboard while holding the "C" button to active MIDI Bluetooth Mode 2. 2) Open the Dream Foot App -> Go to Settings -> MIDI -> Bluetooth MIDI -> Select the iRig Blueboard -> Go to MIDI In and Select Blueboard. 3) Go to MIDI Map and assign each button to your desired control. To enjoy the new MIDI modes, go to Advance MIDI Settings, and try using the Momentary Mode. This mode will allow you to sustain chords while you press without the need for the sustain in the app. It will behave very similarly to how it would be if you were playing keys with your hands.