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MIDI Interface from M-Audio belonging to the Midisport series

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  • Anonymous

    Compact and stable, good stuff!

    M-Audio Midisport 2x2 Anniversary EditionPublished on 08/13/11 at 14:40
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I was looking for a small box for two merger to a MIDI rack. I hesitated between midisolution box that costs the same price but only merge function. Here, for the same price at Thomann was a box that allows you to link 32 midi channels "discrete", or rather virtual, via a soft but also serves as "merge" and function "through" ... is not photo.

    Windows 7 with a dual core 2.53: No stall, drivers are stable. Latency just fine.

    UTILIZATION

    Drivers in Ableton stable with Windows 7.

    Note that also acts as corny stand alone. All you need is an adapter / usb and voila.

    I can in this way, without turning on my computer, my router to my midi keyboard rack and at the same time, wit…
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    I was looking for a small box for two merger to a MIDI rack. I hesitated between midisolution box that costs the same price but only merge function. Here, for the same price at Thomann was a box that allows you to link 32 midi channels "discrete", or rather virtual, via a soft but also serves as "merge" and function "through" ... is not photo.

    Windows 7 with a dual core 2.53: No stall, drivers are stable. Latency just fine.

    UTILIZATION

    Drivers in Ableton stable with Windows 7.

    Note that also acts as corny stand alone. All you need is an adapter / usb and voila.

    I can in this way, without turning on my computer, my router to my midi keyboard rack and at the same time, with merge function, send it to my rack clock my drum machine for arpeggios! A treat:)

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for some time and it fulfills its taff.

    I have not tried other models because my budget does not allow me at the time.

    What I like least is that stand alone, there are actually only two inputs and two outputs In Out. Once connected via USB (with a USB 2.0 cable), it can control up to 32 channels! Ca c cool. Just after having a pc that holds the road. This is my case.

    Quality / price ratio correct, the case is metal, it's not merdouille, just compact.

    Ps: The previous opinion destroys this little box, perhaps the person had no chance. Mine did his job and does not bring her back.
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  • Eric65Eric65

    M-Audio Midisport 2x2 Anniversary EditionPublished on 05/16/10 at 00:50
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I just bought this Midi interface ... I am brought back to the store that has no drawback hsitation: I needed a box with a midi in and 2 MIDI Through to drive, from a mc808 expanders in chain, including a Waldorf Blofeld (which alas does not availing oneself from noon thru :-(...)
    The specs indicate that midisport works standalone ... and no, this thing is infoutu take a signal to send midi in midi out to the 2 ... By reducing it, the seller told me nice galemet trying unsuccessfully to use it also ...
    To avoid so

    UTILIZATION

    I just bought this Midi interface ... I am brought back to the store that has no drawback hsitation: I needed a box with a midi in and 2 MIDI Through to d…
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    I just bought this Midi interface ... I am brought back to the store that has no drawback hsitation: I needed a box with a midi in and 2 MIDI Through to drive, from a mc808 expanders in chain, including a Waldorf Blofeld (which alas does not availing oneself from noon thru :-(...)
    The specs indicate that midisport works standalone ... and no, this thing is infoutu take a signal to send midi in midi out to the 2 ... By reducing it, the seller told me nice galemet trying unsuccessfully to use it also ...
    To avoid so

    UTILIZATION

    I just bought this Midi interface ... I am brought back to the store that has no drawback hsitation: I needed a box with a midi in and 2 MIDI Through to drive, from a mc808 expanders in chain, including a Waldorf Blofeld (which alas does not availing oneself from noon thru :-(...)
    The specs indicate that midisport works standalone ... and no, this thing is infoutu take a signal to send midi in midi out to the 2 ... By reducing it, the seller told me nice galemet trying unsuccessfully to use it also ...
    To avoid so

    OVERALL OPINION

    I just bought this Midi interface ... I am brought back to the store that has no drawback hsitation: I needed a box with a midi in and 2 MIDI Through to drive, from a mc808 expanders in chain, including a Waldorf Blofeld (which alas does not availing oneself from noon thru :-(...)
    The specs indicate that midisport works standalone ... and no, this thing is infoutu take a signal to send midi in midi out to the 2 ... By reducing it, the seller told me nice galemet trying unsuccessfully to use it also ...
    To avoid so
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