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MOTU FastLane

MIDI Interface de la marque MOTU

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MOTU FastLanePublished on 10/28/07 at 08:30
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
USB MIDI Interface for PC or Mac could welcoming 2 chains MIDI instruments, thus, potentially up to 2 x 16 = 32 synths, keyboards and sound modules.

Works with Mac OS 9, Mac OS 10.2 and higher, Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP and Windows XP Pro X64. I do not know if there is to him of drivers for Windows Vista - to check.

So it fits on any OS (except Linux, I never got it to work under this OS to date), which is not the case of MIDI interfaces of this type more recent that only work on Windows XP and / or Windows Vista ...

UTILIZATION

Ultra-simple to install, compact and ultra-reliable: no one planted. And cheap too. A button can turn the MIDI OUT...…
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USB MIDI Interface for PC or Mac could welcoming 2 chains MIDI instruments, thus, potentially up to 2 x 16 = 32 synths, keyboards and sound modules.

Works with Mac OS 9, Mac OS 10.2 and higher, Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP and Windows XP Pro X64. I do not know if there is to him of drivers for Windows Vista - to check.

So it fits on any OS (except Linux, I never got it to work under this OS to date), which is not the case of MIDI interfaces of this type more recent that only work on Windows XP and / or Windows Vista ...

UTILIZATION

Ultra-simple to install, compact and ultra-reliable: no one planted. And cheap too. A button can turn the MIDI OUT MIDI THROUGH: no need therefore to mergers boxes in order to register and listen to the MIDI expendeurs same time.

A single input - MIDI output is more than enough to me, although I plan gives me Motu MIDI Timepiece II: I will use it primarily as a MIDI patchbay and mergeur. The second coming - out of the FastLane, I use it mostly for backups sysex.

OVERALL OPINION

I'll also get one second for the computer internet - I will however inform me earlier if by chance it also works on Linux (I hope) because it is likely that I will move my computer from internet Windows 98 to Linux (probably Ubuntu) - I'm sick of the Windows crashes.

Before, I had a Midiman Midisport 2x2 and it was sport to make it work ^ ^ handed this little Motu works first time without worry, and motu mouth shut: impeccable.

It comes in six colors: black opaque, translucent purple, translucent green, translucent red, yellow and translucent blue translucent.

Just look triangular'm a bit weird but you get done.
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  • Manufacturer: MOTU
  • Model: FastLane
  • Category: MIDI Interfaces
  • Added in our database on: 09/28/2002

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Other names: fastlane, fast lane

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