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I purchased a previous version of Conductr. I’ve reinstalled it from the store but my purchases haven’t been restored.
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The Conductr server uses Bonjour to announce its presence to the iPad(s) in the same network. Some wireless routers don’t allow Bonjour broadcasts between the wired and wireless network. This also happens with networked printers and similar devices.
If you are technically savvy and feel comfortable changing your router settings, you might try contacting your router vendor and/or searching the forums for this kind of problem (It usually manifests with wireless Mac OS clients not seeing wired printers on the network).
Typical settings names include "Enable Multicast Streams", "Enable IGMP Snooping" or the like, but every router is different, so you’ll have to figure out how to modify it, or contact your router’s support line.
Technical Note: On Mac OS X, it takes about 20 seconds for the Mac to get a new IP and refresh its information on Bonjour. Meanwhile, a void record is being broadcasted. The iPad might have cached the previous IP or the void broadcast and is unable to connect. Try refreshing the server list and/or restarting Conductr.
Due to changes in iOS8 the Ad-Hoc connection might take long to set up or even not set up at all.
Conductr doesn’t make any sound by itself. You need Ableton Live and a PC/Mac. Conductr acts as a control surface for Ableton Live.
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