Poor and I would argue untested app. Bearing in mind the LX17 piano cost me 4k I had foolishly expected more. Perhaps the IOS version works, I'll do Rolands job and test it when I get my hands on an iPad. As I mention in the title I have noted various issues, Roland please feel free to comment, but the most annoying is when using one of the apps piano setups it does not return the piano to as it was after powering down. This is despite not having saved the settings to piano. One function it changes as a result is the Master Tuning!
Works great when I finally got it going. Required upgrading the piano (HD 603) firmware to 1.12 then performing a factory reset. Without the reset the piano still wasn't discoverable via Bluetooth. Hope this helps others.
I like it because I play piano and I print sheets out so I can design them on this get it
okay app but not compatible with ipad air 2 - though it worked with my old mini ipad +3 years old.
I too had issues getting this app to connect to my HP603... What solved it for me was deleting the pairing from my bluetooth settings then running the app. It still wouldn't detect it immediately on load, but going into the app settings and doing a search for midi devices found it and allowed me to connect. I have now successfully downloaded the patches and it seems to work fine.
Not recognizing the HP603 on S5 Android 6 ***Update: i have updated the HP603 as recommended to version 1.09 and it still doesn't work. ***My phone displays the piano as paired but the app does not list my piano. Would appreciate feedback with a solution.
New Library Data for HP601, FP-60 added.
A free guitar tuner app for electric and acoustic guitars.