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Can I access the OP-1 Field via iPad's USB-C?
@Hainbach did it again, lol. He gave me GAS again for an OP-1 Field with this video...
So the video is about the Casio SK-1, but he likened the OP-1 and OP-1 Field as the modern day versions of the SK-1 towards the end of the video. That has me very intrigued. I already saw videos about the OP-1 Field's workflow, the caveats, so I'm well-informed of what I could do with it.
What I don't know is...am I able to access the OP-1 Field's file system with my iPad via USB-C (where I can load samples onto the OP-1F, can download the recorded mixes to my iPad for mastering, etc)? When I inevitably purchase an OP-1F, I really don't wish to purchase a cheap laptop just for file access.
If you use an OP-1 Field yourself, could you confirm/deny that an iPad can access the OP-1F's file system?
(My apologies if this was asked elsewhere. I tried Google search, to no avail.)