Cakewalk UM-3G

Cakewalk UM-3G

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UM-3G, MIDI Interface from Cakewalk.

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Cakewalk UM-3G tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer:Cakewalk
  • Model:UM-3G
  • Category:MIDI Interfaces
  • Added in our database on: 04/01/2009

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Cakewalk UM-3G user reviews

Average Score:5.0( 5/5 based on 4 reviews )
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babas3d's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Cakewalk UM-3G
Size, 3 interfaces noon in one small box and the ability to add 2 more without eating other USB ports on the computer.

Used with electronic drums Roland TD-9 Midi pedals and an old Roland FC-50.

This interface does not eat hardly any CPU resources unlike Midisport UNO we had before it


Nothing to say we use the 64bit drivers Seven and before we used 32-bit XP drivers.

Used with Reaper and BFD2.

It does not seem to saturate at all. When the drummer gets angry on the double pedal and cymbals that keeps on giving.


It is used for 1 ½ years

We used a Midisport UNO was not a model of stability, the drummer got sick and we buy it even if at the time we only needed a single MIDI port.

What I like most is the quality Edirol, compactness and ease of installation of drivers updated to 64bit Seven.

It's perfect, it is the first product Boss / Roland / Edirol I found the correct price. Because they are usually inexpensive products.

Without hesitation we will buy if you need more than 3 Midi ports.

Otherwise a small clarification, the difference between 3G and UM-UM-3EX appears to be at ... the color of the box ;-)

LargeZ's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Perfect"

Cakewalk UM-3G
Purchased to replace an EMU 2x2 Xmidi that "saturated" with my Yamaha P95. (MIDI events lost - missing notes / required to infinity)

I use a Yamaha P95 digital piano, a Roland V-Drums and keyboard EMU XBoard 49. The UM-3G is plugged into a laptop about 4 years old.


No problem with drivers (Vista 32).
The interface is not saturated, no loss of event.


I use it for a month and I have not encountered any problem with the apps I use regularly. (Mainly in Cubase VST and several standalone version)
I have an EMU Xmidi 2x2 ... I stowed in a closet with useless since the Yamaha P95!

At the functional level, nothing to say about the UM-3G. In addition, you can stack up to 3 UM-3G for 9 E / S.
Only quibble: the USB cable that connects the interface to PC / Mac is fixed and a little short.

Good value for money because it does exactly what I ask: treat MIDI events without missing one.

I do it again this election! and all owners of Yamaha P95 (or P85) should read this ...

Oliviercool's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Modular MIDI Interface"

Cakewalk UM-3G
MIDI Interface USB 3 Input - Output adjustable: you can plug in over two other slave-UM 3G and then put them in dun rack mounting option and it makes a great MIDI rack 9 inputs - outputs :-) )))

FPT does not use technology (as is the case against his little sister Cakewalk UM-2G ^ ^). And can not operate with a generic MIDI driver, does not Linux.


I needed a little more input - output, so I turned to this model because the cheap. I now have 3 inputs - outputs again, making it five, having already Motu FastLane USB. And on this point, I am filled ^ ^ It's just a pity it does not work under Linux ... but ...


If I would do this purchase in case of need? Yes, certainly as it is possible to put 2 on it as a slave.

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