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UMMU Server User Guide




About UMMU Server:

 
 


UMMU Server is a macOS App that allows you to control your Yamaha mixer (01v, 01v96, 03D, LS9) using one of the StrongSoft Remote iOS Apps. UMMU Server must be installed on the host computer (Mac or PC), and either the iOS device and the host computer need to be on the same network, or a P2P network must be set up between the iOS device and the host computer. Below is an overview of the GUI of UMMU Server, explaining its features and functions.

UMMU Server GUI Overview

1. The source port for MIDI in to UMMU Server. All available sources will be listed in the menu.

2. The UMMU Server 'Send IP Address' field. Enter the IP Address of the iOS device you wish to send UDP to, then click 'return'.

3. The 'UMMU Status Log' Window - displays system messages, error messages, and a log of messages in and out of UMMU Server.

4. The UMMU Status Log messages 'Display Format' control - choose between 'Hex' or 'Decimal' display format.

5. The 'Clear Log' Button - clears the contents of the' UMMU Status Log' window.

6. The UMMU Server Filter Control Matrix - choose which type of MIDI messages that are allowed through the UMMU Server (pass message when ticked).

The MIDI OUT/UDP IN' indicator. This flashes when a UDP signal is being sent from the iOS device and received at the console.

7. The destination port for MIDI out of UMMU Server. All available destinations will belisted in the menu.

8. The UMMU Server UDP Receive (RX)Port Number - should be set to default value of 9000

9. The UMMU Server UDP Send (TX) Port Number - should be set to default value of 9001

10. IN/OUT activity indicators - show input and output activity (UDP and MIDI) of UMMU Server. Bottom red indicator shows UDP in (from iOS device) to UMMU Server (and MIDI out from server to MIDI device). Top green indicator shows MIDI in (from MIDI device) to UMMU Server (and UDP out over WiFi to iOS device).

 

 
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Installing and using UMMU Server

 
 

Download UMMU Server from the StrongSoft website... (PC) or the Mac App Store

Install the Application to your 'Applications' folder (Mac) or your 'Programs' folder (PC)

Double click the UMMU icon to launch UMMU Server ...

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Setting up UMMU Server

 
 


Use the menus to select the sources/destinations you require:-

Enter the IP Address of your iOS device into the UMMU Server 'SEND IP' text field, and press return. You can find your iOS Device IP here:-

iOS Device IP Address

Enter it here:-

UMMU Send IP Field

 

 
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Setting up the Console

01v - set console to send and receive Parameter Changes:-

 

01v MIDI Setup

01v96 - set console to send and receive Parameter Changes:-

01v96 MIDI Setup

and set your 01v96 DIO settings as follows:-

RTA/GEQ View

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Setting up your iOS Device

 
 

For best results, have your iOS device set to Settings > General > Auto-Lock > Never.

iOS Auto-Lock Settings

 

 
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Making use of the UMMU Status Log window

 
 

 

Pressing ctrl-alt-command-U (Mac) or shift-control-M (PC) reveals the UMMU Status Log window. Here you can see what MIDI/UDP is being sent and received through UMMU Server, and look for system and error messages.

UMMU Server Status Log window

 

 
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UMMU Multi Server

 
 



Set up of the UMMU Multi Server is vey similar to that of the UMMU Server. The Multi server allows you to connnect up to 8 iOS devices to one console. The check box adjacent to the iOS Device IP enables that particular device.

This opens up a wealth of opportunities for personal monitoring controlled by iOS devices.

UMMU Multi Server Screenshot

 

 
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FAQs

 
 

 

Q. My iOS device sends OK to the console, but not the other way round...
A. You don't have the right IP address entered in UMMU Server. If you do have this entered correctly, check that your Firewall isn't blocking UDP from UMMU Server. If necessary, perform a hard-reset on your iOS device (Hold down 'Home' and t'Power' for > 10 seconds. On some devices it's 'Volume Down' and 'Power' for > 10 seconds. You'll see the Apple logo appear...).


 
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Last U/D 14/11/2018

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