The Integra-7 can connect to an Apple iPad (r) via Wi-Fi for a wireless connection. There are 3 different adapters sold by Roland that can be used for this:
WNA-1 (current model)
- WNA-150 (older model)
- WNA-1100RL (older model)
Any of these can be used to make the connection, but the WNA-1 does require updating the Integra-7 to version 1.21 or higher. Use the following procedure to set up this connection using the "Ad-Hoc" mode:
Wireless settings in the Integra-7
1. Press MENU.
2. CURSOR to "WIRELESS" and press ENTER.
3. CURSOR to "OPTIONS" and press ENTER.
4. CURSOR to "Ad-Hoc Mode" and use the Value Dial to select "ON."
5. Press EXIT
Verify the following settings:
Status is set to "AD-HOC MODE"
Ad-Hoc SSID is set to "INTEGRA-7"
Ad-Hoc Key is set to "xxxxx" (this is set differently for each Integra-7)
Connect to the iPad
1. Start up the iPad and select the "Settings" icon.
2. Select "Wi-Fi."
3. Under "Choose a Network," select "INTEGRA-7." A password box will pop up - enter the 5-digit number from the Integra-7 (Ad-Hoc key), then touch "Join."
The iPad is now connected wirelessly to the Integra-7.
Setting Up the Integra-7 Editor
1. Start the Integra-7 Editor
2. Touch the gears icon in the upper right hand corner of the application to open the settings window.
3. Set the "Mode Select" switch to "Normal."
4. Touch the "MIDI Devices >" button and select INTEGRA-7.
You should now be able to use the editor to control the Integra-7. You should first press the "READ" button in the upper right hand corner of the editor to have it connect to the Integra-7 and load all of the current Studio Set information into the editor.
If you get an error on your iOS device when attempting to connect to the Integra-7, you need to check the "USB-MIDI Thru" setting and make sure it is set to "OFF."
1. Press MENU.
2. CURSOR to "SYSTEM" and press ENTER.
3. CURSOR to the MIDI tab at the top of the screen.
4. CURSOR to "MIDI-USB Thru" and use the Value Dial to select "OFF."
5. Press EXIT twice.