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 ===== WiFi ===== ===== WiFi =====
  
-iPhones and iPod touch mobile devices can send musical control signals (MIDI) to MacBooks via WiFi, by either:+iPhones and iPod touch mobile devices ​running the **Motion Synth App** can send musical control signals (**MIDI**) to MacBooks via WiFi, by either:
  
   - Creating an [[setup_wifi_connection_to_laptop_mac|‘ad hoc’ Wi-Fi network on your laptop]]; no Wi-Fi router or additional gear needed.   - Creating an [[setup_wifi_connection_to_laptop_mac|‘ad hoc’ Wi-Fi network on your laptop]]; no Wi-Fi router or additional gear needed.
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 ===== Bluetooth ===== ===== Bluetooth =====
  
-iPhones and iPod touch mobile devices can also send musical control signals (MIDI) via [[public:​bluetooth_le|Bluetooth LE MIDI]].+iPhones and iPod touch mobile devices ​running the **Motion Synth App** can also send musical control signals (**MIDI**) via [[public:​bluetooth_le|Bluetooth LE MIDI]].
  
 **Any software** with **MIDI** functionality can be used with the **AUUG Motion Synth** (e.g. GarageBand, Ableton Live, Pro Tools, Max, PD, Reaktor, Massive, etc). **Any software** with **MIDI** functionality can be used with the **AUUG Motion Synth** (e.g. GarageBand, Ableton Live, Pro Tools, Max, PD, Reaktor, Massive, etc).
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