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Edirol UM-1

MIDI Interface from Edirol belonging to the UM series

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badounetbadounet

Edirol UM-1Published on 06/12/04 at 08:47
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The Edirol UM-1 of his work is perfect interface, there is no problem. And it is the most economic when you want to simply connect a keyboard and an old matre expander is used not just rotten.

UTILIZATION

However there is a catch-size: designers have to give the jug a good engine connectors fixed plutt questions taken from noon which in addition have a length of cable rev limit.

OVERALL OPINION

In Conlusion I device is deprecated those who do not have enough gear MIDI prs their USB ports.
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emanaosemanaos

Edirol UM-1Published on 07/24/04 at 02:33
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I needed to connect a computer with a MIDI keyboard.
The seller got over a.
It is a MIDI / USB cables Intgr twelve o'clock. Ideal for my situation.
I use it for 3 years without any worries.
I went from a mobile Duron, a fixed-PIV and a Centrino laptop, all under WinXP.

UTILIZATION

Drivers for WinXP are so stable that no day is like setting.
The UM-1 is always recognized the ignition.
It makes so little about her that I just forget it exists.
Whatever the software used has worked well.
No saturation, no problem li latency interface.

OVERALL OPINION

I give this opinion to that of moderate chanteur_% C3% A0_chier (http://chanteur_% C3% A0_chier) ENTSO that the MIDI...…
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I needed to connect a computer with a MIDI keyboard.
The seller got over a.
It is a MIDI / USB cables Intgr twelve o'clock. Ideal for my situation.
I use it for 3 years without any worries.
I went from a mobile Duron, a fixed-PIV and a Centrino laptop, all under WinXP.

UTILIZATION

Drivers for WinXP are so stable that no day is like setting.
The UM-1 is always recognized the ignition.
It makes so little about her that I just forget it exists.
Whatever the software used has worked well.
No saturation, no problem li latency interface.

OVERALL OPINION

I give this opinion to that of moderate chanteur_% C3% A0_chier (http://chanteur_% C3% A0_chier) ENTSO that the MIDI cables are Intgr.
Personally, it's not rev high to me, and I do not need to put my keyboard of my computer 10 meters. On the contrary! I have the QWERTY keyboard and mouse on my keyboard matre poss.
The UM-1 is not intended for those who have full-expanders, but those who just need to control Cubase or another with a single keyboard matre.
In the latter case, the UM-1 is a perfect reliability.
For others, they must learn to read the CHARACTERISTICS of a product before buying it.
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GhisgoodGhisgood

Edirol UM-1Published on 12/07/04 at 13:24
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
A nice little interface, simple, I use it with my master keyboard (Yamaha CLP-760)

UTILIZATION

Extremely simple, I use it in Jaguar (Mac) and he can simply Tlcharger the driver at the site of Dirol under "updates downloads" http://edirol.fr / and you're jou! I use it with cubase, up to 15 tracks at the same time and my good little inteface never saturated! For latency, it is nonexistent. Only less: the son Intgr Systm fairly restrictive when the computer is not proximity of the keyboard. However a few dollars more, there is the UM-1S, which possde precisely the sockets for the connection to Sun 8 (pm)

OVERALL OPINION

Here I think, as an amateur, it's a good interface for a single...…
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A nice little interface, simple, I use it with my master keyboard (Yamaha CLP-760)

UTILIZATION

Extremely simple, I use it in Jaguar (Mac) and he can simply Tlcharger the driver at the site of Dirol under "updates downloads" http://edirol.fr / and you're jou! I use it with cubase, up to 15 tracks at the same time and my good little inteface never saturated! For latency, it is nonexistent. Only less: the son Intgr Systm fairly restrictive when the computer is not proximity of the keyboard. However a few dollars more, there is the UM-1S, which possde precisely the sockets for the connection to Sun 8 (pm)

OVERALL OPINION

Here I think, as an amateur, it's a good interface for a single instrument, and many exploitable on cubase! A good entry level.
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GhisgoodGhisgood

Edirol UM-1Published on 12/07/04 at 13:25
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
A nice little interface, simple, I use it with my master keyboard (Yamaha CLP-760 and FP-5)

UTILIZATION

Extremely simple, I use it in Jaguar (Mac) and he can simply Tlcharger the driver at the site of Dirol under "updates downloads" http://edirol.fr / and you're jou! I use it with cubase, up to 15 tracks at the same time and my good little inteface never saturated! For latency, it is nonexistent. Only less: the son Intgr Systm fairly restrictive when the computer is not proximity of the keyboard. However a few dollars more, there is the UM-1S, which possde precisely the sockets for the connection to Sun 8 (pm)

OVERALL OPINION

Here I think, as an amateur, it's a good interface for...…
Read more
A nice little interface, simple, I use it with my master keyboard (Yamaha CLP-760 and FP-5)

UTILIZATION

Extremely simple, I use it in Jaguar (Mac) and he can simply Tlcharger the driver at the site of Dirol under "updates downloads" http://edirol.fr / and you're jou! I use it with cubase, up to 15 tracks at the same time and my good little inteface never saturated! For latency, it is nonexistent. Only less: the son Intgr Systm fairly restrictive when the computer is not proximity of the keyboard. However a few dollars more, there is the UM-1S, which possde precisely the sockets for the connection to Sun 8 (pm)

OVERALL OPINION

Here I think, as an amateur, it's a good interface for a single instrument, and many exploitable on cubase! A good entry level.
See less
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  • Manufacturer: Edirol
  • Model: UM-1
  • Series: UM
  • Category: MIDI Interfaces
  • Added in our database on: 04/01/2002

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