Introduced in iOS 8 and OSX 10.10, MIDI over Bluetooth is a simple solution to connected MIDI devices wirelessly to each other. midimittr was one of the first Apps on the App Store to bring this functionality to a variety of CoreMIDI compatible Apps.
midimittr for USB enables you to use a standard Lightning/30-Pin Cable to connect your iOS Device to your Mac and PC. And the best part is: Even Macs without Bluetooth LE can make use of low-latency MIDI connections without any additional hardware now.
BLIDINO is an Arduino Sketch for the RedBearLabs nRF51822 Arduino Board. Together with the USB Host Shield 2.0 it brings Bluetooth capabilities to basically any Class Compliant USB MIDI Device. Some of the outcomes of this sketch have later been used to write a firmware for the NordicSemiconductors nRF51822 SoC.
All these apps and projects are done in my spare time and updated on a regular basis. To ensure regular future development and maybe even raise money for a Mac Developer Account (99$) to securely sign the midimittr for USB App, donations are highly appreciated.
If you have any further questions and requests, don't hesitate to contact me by mail at matthias [at] s-r-n.de.
Occasionally people run into trouble connecting their devices. Here are the most common issues and answers.
Feel free to send in demos at matthias [at] s-r-n.de !