lpTouch Support


  • iPad, iPad mini, iPhone or iPod touch running iOS 9.3 or higher
  • Apple Logic Pro 9.1.6 or higher music application installed on your Mac.
  • Wi-Fi access to same computer Logic is installed on
  • iPad/iPhone Bluetooth must be set to OFF during an lpTouch session to ensure reliable communications with Logic


A user guide is also found on the info screen on lpTouch.

Wi-Fi and networking often pose challenges to mobile device use. The Troubleshooting chapter of the user manual (see above) has several tips to help here. You may also find this useful on our website:



Have a question or need to contact us? We want to help if you are having any problems.


If you are using multiple OSC devices with Logic, or want to use lpTouch on both your iPad and iPhone:

If running a version of Logic prior to 10.2.1: please read the article below before setting up lpTouch.

If running Logic Pro X 10.2.1 or higher: please read this to best setup using multiple OSC iDevices/Apps

  1. Open Logic on your Mac and the song you want to work on.
  2. Make sure your iDevice's Wi-Fi is On and set to the same network as the Mac running Logic. Also confirm that Bluetooth is OFF on your iDevice. Both of these are found in the iOS Settings application.
  3. Start up lpTouch.
  4. The FIRST TIME you use lpTouch you must establish the connection between Logic and lpTouch. Tap on the info button (top right of lpTouch screen), It should be pulsing red.
  5. Tap on the "Connect" bar.
  6. Tap on the name of the computer where Logic is running. Exit the info screen.
  7. On the Logic computer screen, you will see a message stating that Logic wants to connect to or has recognized an OSC device. Click on “OK” (Logic Pro X) or ”Add" (Logic Pro 9).
  8. After a few moments, the lpTouch screen should populate with song data. If it does not, try tapping through the other tabs at the top and return to the main screen, or tap the arrow keys on the main screen repeatedly.