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MIDI Interface from MOTU belonging to the Midi Timepiece series.

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  • deuddeud

    MOTU Midi Timepiece IIPublished on 05/16/07 at 07:50
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I wanted a stand-alone MIDI patcher, this device is perfect for that.
    His memoirs allow it to have different models and configs to call them relatively easily.
    It is very comprehensive:
    8 inputs and 8 outputs noon.
    Possibility to manage the channels noon, remap, make mute data, to send information such as a midi controller MIDI with four knobs, etc. ...
    Very complete.

    The main competitor is the mjc8 of yahama.

    UTILIZATION

    No driver required, it works without computer.
    It can be config with a PC or Mac, but with the old cabling (for PC ISA and one for Mac that I forgot the name).

    OVERALL OPINION

    It'll be a month since I chopper on ebay and I realize now u…
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    I wanted a stand-alone MIDI patcher, this device is perfect for that.
    His memoirs allow it to have different models and configs to call them relatively easily.
    It is very comprehensive:
    8 inputs and 8 outputs noon.
    Possibility to manage the channels noon, remap, make mute data, to send information such as a midi controller MIDI with four knobs, etc. ...
    Very complete.

    The main competitor is the mjc8 of yahama.

    UTILIZATION

    No driver required, it works without computer.
    It can be config with a PC or Mac, but with the old cabling (for PC ISA and one for Mac that I forgot the name).

    OVERALL OPINION

    It'll be a month since I chopper on ebay and I realize now ultra practical side of this unit.
    No more disconnections rebranchages has no sense.
    A lil drawing on a sheet and a few buttons and it shoots rolls.

    It is 40 euros on Ebay is the price I paid.
    Seeing the price of other machines that are less good, I see no reason to deprive themselves of a machine as practical.
    Especially since MOTU looks very solid (knock on wood though)
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