[NAMM] Line 6 MIDI Mobilizer II
MIDI Mobilizer II is descended from the original MIDI interface for Apple iOS devices. This latest version supports CoreMIDI for compatibility with apps.
MIDI Mobilizer II Specs
- Compatible with iPod touch (3rd and 4th generation), iPhone (iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS), iPad and iPad 2
- Compatible with all MIDI devices with standard 5-pin DIN MIDI connections
- MIDI In and Out signal-active LEDs
- Connects to the 30-pin connector on the bottom of iPod touch, iPhone or iPad
- MIDI In and Out on MIDI Mobilizer via 2.5mm TRS connections
- Includes a pair of 5-foot, 2.5mm-to-5-pin DIN Planet Waves MIDI cables
- Powered by iPod touch, iPhone or iPad — no batteries or power supply required
- Third party free and paid apps also available on the App Store. Here’s a sample.
- Line 6 MIDI Memo Recorder app is free on the App Store
- Records all MIDI data received including notes, controllers and SysEx
- Time-stamps MIDI data
- Saves standard MIDI File format that’s compatible with most DAWs
- Access MIDI Memos via email or iTunes File Sharing
No further information available regarding pricing at this time.
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