How to transfer files without a wireless router

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How to transfer files without a wireless router

Post by pwnified » Mon Dec 28, 2009 3:10 pm

It's possible to use a macbook or powerbook or any computer that has built-in wireless network card to connect to MultiTrack, even without a wireless router. The following instructions are for OSX with an AirPort.

Use Network Preferences to create a network:
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Or if you already have "Show AirPort status in menu bar" you can create a network from the menu bar:
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Either way, you will get to this dialog. You can change the name to anything you like, now select OK to create the network:
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Now go to "Settings" on your iPhone or iPod touch:
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In Wi-Fi settings, choose the network you just created:
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Quit Network Settings and start MultiTrack. In the Song Menu touch the WiFi button:
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Use Bonjour or type this network address into a web browser to connect to MultiTrack.

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