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IK Multimedia iRig MIDI

Audio or MIDI interface for tablet/iDevice from IK Multimedia belonging to the iRig series

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Public price: $69 incl. VAT

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seudopseudop

Go your way

IK Multimedia iRig MIDIPublished on 11/09/14 at 13:14
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Used daily for 3 months.

No other competitor product tested.

In practice the principle to save the evening.

In practice, a horror to transfer files (really, a constant in ios)

During a backup computer, you can transfer a midi file at a time, or at 30 noon on day files, knowing to press three buttons at each transfer, and wait for the transfer to start the next. If I look, that's 90 buttons to press a day, not including waiting time. It's almost as long as the songs play, even writing scores by hand.
Stupidity in all its splendor.


Go your way, especially that there is competition in the sector.
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keekoonkeekoon

Good but risky

IK Multimedia iRig MIDIPublished on 11/11/13 at 12:46
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
I use it for 2 hours and this is the only model I tried.

What I like most:

it is obviously the function for which it is dedicated.
I use my iPad as expander and I found my happiness. All tested synths are controlled by a keyboard or DAW without problem. It works perfectly.

Where I am not happy:

3 cables plugged into the wall makes the whole very unstable, it pulls on the connector.
And it's very dangerous for the iPad or IRIG (who will sell the first).
As this is a tablet, of course, I'll want to move it and possibly edit the synth directly strumming but it is completely unusable.

The idea is very good but in my opinion almost useless, except to fix the connector to...…
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I use it for 2 hours and this is the only model I tried.

What I like most:

it is obviously the function for which it is dedicated.
I use my iPad as expander and I found my happiness. All tested synths are controlled by a keyboard or DAW without problem. It works perfectly.

Where I am not happy:

3 cables plugged into the wall makes the whole very unstable, it pulls on the connector.
And it's very dangerous for the iPad or IRIG (who will sell the first).
As this is a tablet, of course, I'll want to move it and possibly edit the synth directly strumming but it is completely unusable.

The idea is very good but in my opinion almost useless, except to fix the connector to the tablet, make a mold in which everything is housed ...

It was enough to provide a small cable (like Apple plugged into a small box and that was it ....)

So for sale.
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niromnialaniromniala

it works well!

IK Multimedia iRig MIDIPublished on 09/06/12 at 12:49
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
not lugging my pc and play quickly when an idea comes to me
with no "studio", or dedicated PC is an advantage
I have a behringer keyboard UMX610 and in iphone 3gs
I use it with garageband and SampleTank for the momment

I have not been around long enough to judge criteria sharp but here are some notes.
once connected, all the iphone-ipad / IRIG me seems quite fragile, so provide a stable
the USB cable (power supply for touch) is really too short

the start is a little contrast on a PC:
- First we launch the application
- Then you plug the IRIG A iphone / ipad
We connect the usb and plug (cables noon)
We turn on the master keyboard / controller
I do not lag or...…
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not lugging my pc and play quickly when an idea comes to me
with no "studio", or dedicated PC is an advantage
I have a behringer keyboard UMX610 and in iphone 3gs
I use it with garageband and SampleTank for the momment

I have not been around long enough to judge criteria sharp but here are some notes.
once connected, all the iphone-ipad / IRIG me seems quite fragile, so provide a stable
the USB cable (power supply for touch) is really too short

the start is a little contrast on a PC:
- First we launch the application
- Then you plug the IRIG A iphone / ipad
We connect the usb and plug (cables noon)
We turn on the master keyboard / controller
I do not lag or interference

I trusted the advice found different and rare
I just bought it and I tried 2 h
what I like most is to have no pc in the legs when I just want to register an idea or to test Compos
repeats in a midi keyboard light and an iphone / ipad and you have a band on hand
really nice this interface
I speak mainly due to slight play in config that I would make the same choice
I can not compare these competing this interface because I do not have tested
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: IK Multimedia
  • Model: iRig MIDI
  • Series: iRig
  • Category: Audio or MIDI interfaces for tablets/iDevices
  • Added in our database on: 07/21/2011

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