No, Maestro on the iPad/iPhone can only control the parameters for Apogee products that are connected to the iOS device. Apogee products connected to a Mac can only be controlled by Maestro on that machine.
No, Maestro cannot be controlled by any MIDI parameters.
- Open Maestro 2 (found in your Mac’s application folder) and click on the “Apogee Maestro 2″ menu in the upper left-hand corner of the desktop menu bar
- select “About Maestro 2″. This will bring up a window showing you which version you have installed (see example below)
The toolbar is reserved for system controls that must remain easily accessible.
1. Clear Meters – This button clears all held peak and over indications on all hardware and software meters.
2. System Status – This window displays the sample rate, clock source and system status of the currently selected system.
3. Toolbar Monitor Controls – These controls offer immediate access to a single deviceʼs speaker and head- phone volume controls, independent of the selection in the Devices Sidebar. When multiple devices are con- nected to your Mac, use the drop-down menu to choose which device’s controls are displayed. In most cases choose the device to which your speakers and headphones are connected.
- Open Maestro2 and click on the “Apogee Maestro 2” menu in the upper left-hand corner of the desktop menu bar
- select “About Maestro 2”. This will bring up a window showing you all the current versions of everything.
- In some cases (multiple Symphony I/O’s, for example) you may need to use the mouse to scroll down through the versions to see them all.
Maestro 2 is currently compatible with all current products (excluding MiC, JAM, GiO). To install Maestro, please download and install the latest software package for your Apogee product here: http://www.apogeedigital.com/downloads.php
Maestro 2 Compatibility
Duet 2 (USB)
Rosetta 200 (X-Symphony)
Rosetta 800 (X-Symphony)