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  • Wm Leler

    Only if they are all in the same place, and if they are, why would you need to use remote software. So, I would say no.

    Now, if you want a group of people to participate with another group of people who are remote, then yes, the Virtual Studio Device can be used to communicate with them (they would need one as well). You would only have a single microphone, unless you get a mixer and connect its output into the VSD.

    You would also need a pair of headphones for each person.

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  • Alan Denney

    I was told this will not work with iPads. Is this true?

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  • Mike Dickey

    That is correct. iPads do not have the hardware required to offer low latency audio.

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  • Wm Leler

    However, if you buy the Virtual Studio Device, you can use an iPad to control it.

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  • Alan Denney

    So if I purchase the VSD, all my students can listen and participate simultaneously? I have a MacBook Air and they each have an iPad.

     

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