Nice UI! I don't see a venue for intros so I'll use this one.
I am a FAQ reading 25+ year vet of all things computer but have purposefully steered clear of both programming and MIDI. Well its apparently time to alter me course! I now find myself disabled and in dire need of a new hobby. Enter the "recording studio" via iPad. I intend to use Auria with various IAP plugins, PSP, Drumagog, etc. The Alesis IO Dock will serve as the interface. Percussion will be initiated via Yamaha DTExplorer eDrums. There is a Shure X2u standing by. I do not have a High Impedance (Hi-Z) guitar / bass input device as I am hesitant on which device to purchase. I also have a Emu 25 MIDI keyboard. I do understand the nature of MIDI. So I turn to you cats for advice!
I wish to lay down drum tracks with the Yamaha eDrums and "break them out" into individual tracks for obvious reasons. I am familiar with MIDI Split.
How does you offering facilitate my needs? Do I have adequate hardware? Are there links or reference material you can point me to?
MidiBridge will definitely split your DTX drumming into separate MIDI channels, but this would be very unusual. Usually you would record/keep your drum performances in the one MIDI track (standard is channel 10) using the one MIDI channel. Most drum synths will respond that way too. Each instrument in your drums are fixed to a particular note (again there are standards for this) and the playing/exspression is controlled by note velocity, length and time. It is much easier to manage your drum performances in one single track/channel.
NB. Auria does not have any MIDI recording facilities (yet). Your current best bets for that are BeatMaker 2, Cubasis, Music Studio and Nanostudio (I'm sure I have forgotten someone's favourite).
However, my advice is for you to start with GarageBand and play around with it. It covers most bases pretty well and it is a good introduction to the world of iOS music. Once you've played around with that a bit, then you'll have a better idea and you can start looking at other DAW, drum, synth apps and then maybe MidiBridge will be something that is useful to you then (probably remapping the DTX note assignments to whatever you want to play/record in the iPad). Best thing is that they (apps) are cheap enough that compared to the desktop environment you can afford a lot more variety.
You have enough to start with. The Alesis will certainly let you connect guitar/bass instruments.
Hope that helps to start with. Some sites to visit: discchord.com, palmsounds.com, iosmusician.com, idesignsound.com which will then lead you further.