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comidcomid

Prodipe MIDI USB Interface 4in/4out on his seven works well under XP its plant

Prodipe MIDI USB 4i/4oPublished on 03/15/14 at 01:35
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I spend the midi-interface-sports midi-man 1 * 1 Prodipe MIDI USB Interface 4in/4out
the plant interface or landed on cubase vst 32 5.01 XP *
I had to do an update of my 5.2rb cubase vst cubase now walking on seven :-) and not lague interface and handles well noon
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roskaroska

Simple and effective

Prodipe MIDI USB 4i/4oPublished on 04/09/13 at 13:40
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ONE COMMENT:

Simple, easy to install, cheap and it works .......!
on the other hand, it is not pretty.
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The Montmirail StudioThe Montmirail Studio

A big stew!!

Prodipe MIDI USB 4i/4oPublished on 04/08/13 at 11:38
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I for one hour. I regret
I have an M-audio uno midisport that works very well.
I intended to use in 4 out, one out by machine.
Right out of the box, it feels ultra cheap Chinese stuff.
In use, it's confirmed. I programmed a simple trick, tut tut tut tut. With the M-audio, it works very well. With this, the institutes are irregular! It's just amazing. M-Audio has a driver "DirectMusic" very effective. There shit. Just MME. And it does not fit.
Avoid.
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Hardly tunedHardly tuned

Go your way

Prodipe MIDI USB 4i/4oPublished on 06/04/12 at 03:44
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I acquired this interface five years ago.
Midi interface attractive because inexpensive, but ...
I've had setbacks:
- After experiencing delays in recording / playback noon, I had to activate the latency compensation Midi Cubase
- The interface seems to saturate when you use too much midi track at a time! delays, ghost notes, etc..
- The interface is no longer detected on my Windows installation and it's not a problem for drivers, since it is supposed to register as a standard USB type device whose driver is already present in Windows. However, it remains as unknown device in Windows (XP, Vista), when the icon appear deign well! and it's not a problem with USB ports or power of...…
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I acquired this interface five years ago.
Midi interface attractive because inexpensive, but ...
I've had setbacks:
- After experiencing delays in recording / playback noon, I had to activate the latency compensation Midi Cubase
- The interface seems to saturate when you use too much midi track at a time! delays, ghost notes, etc..
- The interface is no longer detected on my Windows installation and it's not a problem for drivers, since it is supposed to register as a standard USB type device whose driver is already present in Windows. However, it remains as unknown device in Windows (XP, Vista), when the icon appear deign well! and it's not a problem with USB ports or power of the latter.

I advise you rather to refer you to a real professional brands. Prodipe seems very bad master this type of interface and rest of the mainstream media.
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  • Manufacturer: Prodipe
  • Model: MIDI USB 4i/4o
  • Category: MIDI Interfaces
  • Added in our database on: 08/15/2008

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