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Offline Niels

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Re: Roland R-07, Part 2
« Reply #135 on: August 17, 2022, 11:18:10 AM »
has anyone figured out how to transfer audio files from the R-07 to an iPad?
i'm at a festival this weekend, and would like to save back up / safety copies of each day's recordings when i get back to my B&B each night
not planning to take a laptop - but will have an up-to-date iPad (2022 iPad Air 5th gen)
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but if anyone has a tip, i'd be most grateful

I transfer my Roland R-07 files to my iPad with this adapter: https://www.apple.com/shop/product/MK0W2AM/A/lightning-to-usb-3-camera-adapter

It has a lightening connection, which fits my somewhat dated iPad Air 2.
The description only mentions photos and video, but it works for audio as well.
With this adaptor you can also use the Roland R-07 as an audio interface and record directly to the iPad if you wish.
In the dongle end, there is an Lightening input next to the USB which can be used for charging while using the USB input. It is the most useful iPad gadget I have purchased so far.

I am not up to date with the latest iPads, but I would be surprised if Apple doesn't have an equivalent to the above that works with their new products.


« Last Edit: August 18, 2022, 06:14:49 AM by Niels »
Roland R-07 -> FEL Communications Clippy EM172 or Roland CS-10EM
iPhone 8 -> Shure MV88 or Sennheiser AMBEO Smart Headset

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Re: Roland R-07, Part 2
« Reply #136 on: August 20, 2022, 05:38:41 AM »
has anyone figured out how to transfer audio files from the R-07 to an iPad?
i'm at a festival this weekend, and would like to save back up / safety copies of each day's recordings when i get back to my B&B each night
not planning to take a laptop - but will have an up-to-date iPad (2022 iPad Air 5th gen)
...
but if anyone has a tip, i'd be most grateful

I transfer my Roland R-07 files to my iPad with this adapter: https://www.apple.com/shop/product/MK0W2AM/A/lightning-to-usb-3-camera-adapter

It has a lightening connection, which fits my somewhat dated iPad Air 2.
The description only mentions photos and video, but it works for audio as well.
With this adaptor you can also use the Roland R-07 as an audio interface and record directly to the iPad if you wish.
In the dongle end, there is an Lightening input next to the USB which can be used for charging while using the USB input. It is the most useful iPad gadget I have purchased so far.

I am not up to date with the latest iPads, but I would be surprised if Apple doesn't have an equivalent to the above that works with their new products.

Thanks so much!

The only input on the recent iPads is a USB-C - rather than lightning

But the principal should be the same

So my question is where the files show up on the iPad

When you connect your R-07 to your iPad, where do you look for the files?

I feel like I’m being very dense about this!

But very grateful for any insight

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Re: Roland R-07, Part 2
« Reply #137 on: August 20, 2022, 06:29:11 AM »
has anyone figured out how to transfer audio files from the R-07 to an iPad?
i'm at a festival this weekend, and would like to save back up / safety copies of each day's recordings when i get back to my B&B each night
not planning to take a laptop - but will have an up-to-date iPad (2022 iPad Air 5th gen)
...
but if anyone has a tip, i'd be most grateful

never mind!  i figured it out

you go into ‘files’ on the iPad and there’s the SD card

and you can save each file to garageband

thanks agin for your help though


I transfer my Roland R-07 files to my iPad with this adapter: https://www.apple.com/shop/product/MK0W2AM/A/lightning-to-usb-3-camera-adapter

It has a lightening connection, which fits my somewhat dated iPad Air 2.
The description only mentions photos and video, but it works for audio as well.
With this adaptor you can also use the Roland R-07 as an audio interface and record directly to the iPad if you wish.
In the dongle end, there is an Lightening input next to the USB which can be used for charging while using the USB input. It is the most useful iPad gadget I have purchased so far.

I am not up to date with the latest iPads, but I would be surprised if Apple doesn't have an equivalent to the above that works with their new products.

Thanks so much!

The only input on the recent iPads is a USB-C - rather than lightning

But the principal should be the same

So my question is where the files show up on the iPad

When you connect your R-07 to your iPad, where do you look for the files?

I feel like I’m being very dense about this!

But very grateful for any insight

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Re: Roland R-07, Part 2
« Reply #138 on: August 20, 2022, 11:05:14 AM »
Thanks so much!

The only input on the recent iPads is a USB-C - rather than lightning

But the principal should be the same

So my question is where the files show up on the iPad

When you connect your R-07 to your iPad, where do you look for the files?

I feel like I’m being very dense about this!

But very grateful for any insight

I don't have my iPad at hand but I just refreshed my memory by connecting my iPhone to the R07. It should be largely the same:

Connect dongle to iPhone (iPad) and the USB cable between dongle and Roland R07.
Turn on R07 and select "Storage" on the R07.
On iPad select "Files" (it has an icon like a regular app)
In "Files" tab "Browse"
Your Roland device is on the list - tab it.
Your sound files on the Roland will show.
There should be a circle with 3 dots - if you tab it, you get the option of selecting multiple files.
After you have marked the files you want to move, you tab the icon that resembles a folder and it will say "Choose a new location to move these items"
Your options will be "On My iPad", "iCloud Drive", "ROLAND R-07" - and any other drives that may be attached to your iPad.
Follow the option you desire to move your files.

You can access the moved files on the iPad by browsing via the "Files" app.

Roland R-07 -> FEL Communications Clippy EM172 or Roland CS-10EM
iPhone 8 -> Shure MV88 or Sennheiser AMBEO Smart Headset

 

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