M-Audio Midisport 4x4
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M-Audio Midisport 4x4

Midisport 4x4, MIDI Interface from M-Audio in the Midisport series.

AlexisV 03/05/2003

M-Audio Midisport 4x4 : AlexisV's user review

5

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I purchased this little machine about 2 months ago and since then I can not part with it!
It is connected to a PC via USB, therefore I have four in and four out more on my PC running XP, all this without any latency, regardless of the software I used on my own branch behind a USB hub without any difficulty.

the Midiman 4x4 has an independent power supply which takes over the normal power supply via the USB port of PC is very handy when the PC power a little weak or overloaded by the peripheral. It has 4 MIDI in and out so much, all individually accessible thanks to the driver very well done. outlets are located at the rear of the module, making it tends to put it down on the desk if we did a lot of connection / disconnection.
I regret the absence of bridging functionalities (automatically connect an output to an input, or vice versa) that would send a signal turn in two programs (eg a generator loop sending its signal in a sequencer) .

UTILIZATION

The drivers are immaculate and updated frequently by the manufacturer. The installation is trivial.
I use it with Sonar, Cubase, and a whole bunch of software noon, I never had any problem of access to ports in / out, those which are viewed through windows in the same manner as would that of a standard sound card.
The mine is master branch with two keyboards as input, and two expanders and output an arranger, and I've never had problems saturation. I even plug in another PC as input for testing and that aa works great.

OVERALL OPINION

More than happy not to have a handle my MIDI cables always, I welcome every morning for purchasing this tool! This is part of passive devices that do nothing to the music you play, do not generate sound, no signal, but that simplify your life has a point they immediately become indispensable!