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Edirol UM-880

MIDI Interface from Edirol belonging to the UM series.

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"THE MIDI patchbay"

Edirol UM-880Published on 08/29/20 at 14:25
I use a mixed USB (i.e. PC-based) and old-school MIDI rig: at a certain moment I had the need of a reliable patchbay. The UM-880 (as well its lesser incarnation, the UM-550) offers the best of both worlds.
The 2x2 front port are really handy for testing MIDI cables or attaching gear temporarily. I use my UM both standalone, where the "brain" of all the system is a Yamaha QY700, or with a linux DAW (Reaper + JACK). Flawless in both cases.
Highly recommended.
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" That's good!"

Edirol UM-880Published on 04/02/13 at 08:58
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
I needed a USB MIDI interface to replace Emagic AMT-8.
I was very happy with the Emagic but I was (to my knowledge) embedded in the cycle of planned obsolescence:
- To work in Cubase 5, I had to move to W7
- The Emagic has not (and never will) drivers under W7

In short: I avaos choice between an old Cubase MIDI or MIDI without Cuibase recent.
I chose the Cubase MIDI with recent buying the UM-880!

I have a PC / W7-64 / Core2Duo@3.0GHz / 8GB of RAM.
The UM is used to drive my hardware synths.

UTILIZATION

Drivers are super stable, I have not had a single crash since the interface I.
Windows, yes, sometimes ... UM, no!
I use it with my couple Cubase 5.5 / Reason 4 and......
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I needed a USB MIDI interface to replace Emagic AMT-8.
I was very happy with the Emagic but I was (to my knowledge) embedded in the cycle of planned obsolescence:
- To work in Cubase 5, I had to move to W7
- The Emagic has not (and never will) drivers under W7

In short: I avaos choice between an old Cubase MIDI or MIDI without Cuibase recent.
I chose the Cubase MIDI with recent buying the UM-880!

I have a PC / W7-64 / Core2Duo@3.0GHz / 8GB of RAM.
The UM is used to drive my hardware synths.

UTILIZATION

Drivers are super stable, I have not had a single crash since the interface I.
Windows, yes, sometimes ... UM, no!
I use it with my couple Cubase 5.5 / Reason 4 and it is completely transparent.
A real pleasure.

OVERALL OPINION

I've been rather unstable MIDI interfaces (Note Off forgotten genre of blocking notes ... reset the interface required) ...
Making synths MIDI USB .... not always at the top and not super flexible ...

With the UM-880 is that the happiness super stable interface, convenient cable tester, patch to mix MIDI Hardware (taken from the rack) and Software (MIDI ports present in the sequencer), possibility of standalone patch (like a mini A-880), ... ... ...

In short: it's a bit expensive, but it is really good.
For all those who wish to make a serious use of the South, it is to buy with your eyes closed.
For others, they can sell me theirs ...
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Edirol UM-880Published on 08/26/06 at 06:47
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I needed a reliable interface, robust, fast, with more than 4 MIDI in and out.
use: squence twelve o'clock dense, dense trs ...
config: KG7 Raid / Athlon TB 1400 / 512 MB / 120 GB IBM 160XGP

UTILIZATION

The drivers are impeccable. I use WinXP.
The problem situations are explained on the website and solutions are often made (as winXP bug which prevents the bone to see more O 9 pm).
I have yet to saturate rsussi performance gear. So all is well. Yet I was afraid to use the trs noon usb. But the ca runs impeccable. And I only have USB 1.1

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 2 months.
I like the bonus feature "tester cable midi" which allowed me to throw some DEFINITIONS Cables......
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I needed a reliable interface, robust, fast, with more than 4 MIDI in and out.
use: squence twelve o'clock dense, dense trs ...
config: KG7 Raid / Athlon TB 1400 / 512 MB / 120 GB IBM 160XGP

UTILIZATION

The drivers are impeccable. I use WinXP.
The problem situations are explained on the website and solutions are often made (as winXP bug which prevents the bone to see more O 9 pm).
I have yet to saturate rsussi performance gear. So all is well. Yet I was afraid to use the trs noon usb. But the ca runs impeccable. And I only have USB 1.1

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 2 months.
I like the bonus feature "tester cable midi" which allowed me to throw some DEFINITIONS Cables fasaient me lose time.
I find it a little CHRE. Honntement but more will have, the more I realize that's always the money.

Last day August 25, 2006: still no problem trsrgulire APRS use.
DEFINITIONS nothing wrong.
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  • Manufacturer: Edirol
  • Model: UM-880
  • Series: UM
  • Category: MIDI Interfaces
  • Added in our database on: 04/01/2002

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