Wah-Wah Connection Guide

Wah-Wah Connection Guide

MIDI configuration settings

To enable sending MIDI events from the Wah-Wah app to your Mac via Wi-Fi, Bluetooth or USB, follow the instructions below.

The settings needed to be configured only once before the first connection.

1. On Your Mac, run the built-in "Audio MIDI Setup" application
2. Click menu "Window" and select "Show MIDI Studio" (or press ⌘2)
3. Click the "Configure Network Driver" icon
4. Add a new Session [+] if it hasn't been configured before
5. Make sure the Session is Enabled
6. (Optionally) If you want to control the start/stop button in the Wah-Wah app from external MIDI devices connected to your Mac, select "Network Session" as the destination in the "Live routings" section, and your external MIDI device as the source.

The setting which need to be configured each time before connecting the application with a Mac

1. Run the Wah-Wah app on your iPhone and it should be visible in Directory section. Select it and click Connect.
2. Start recording your lips movement using the Wah-Wah app on your iPhone and corresponding MIDI events will be sent to your DAW and VST/AU effects on your Mac.
For Windows hosts we recommend using a compatible solution: rtpMIDI.
1. On Your Mac, run the built-in "Audio MIDI Setup" application
2. Click menu "Window" and select "Show MIDI Studio" (or press ⌘2)
3. Click the "Configure Bluetooth" icon
4. Run the Wah-Wah app on your iPhone and in "Settings" → "MIDI Bluetooth Connection" tap "Advertise MIDI Service".
5. When the iPhone appears on the list of MIDI devices, press "Connect".
1. On Your Mac, run the built-in "Audio MIDI Setup" application
2. Connect your iPhone to a Mac using a USB cable. When it appears on the list of Audio Devices, press "Enable".
If you have any trouble, contact our support team - we will be happy to help you.