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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
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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 th…
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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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  • tetriportetripor

    Prodipe MIDI USB 4i/4oPublished on 04/27/09 at 06:36
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    Bought last month, used 2 weeks time she kidding.

    Purchased for the price of curiosity.

    I had an M-Audio midisport4x4, I tried to make them live together for 8 ports. You bet Charles! Given the great drivers that do not walk alone is already a job. And I know you love all go rummaging through your files system to debug something to snitch before you dive into your music ... No? Well me either.

    Value for money? It's cheap, and worth nothing.

    But I'm going to note you my config:

    Nord Micro Modular 2 => 2PORT each (an editor and a midi) Sending data continuously.
    4 BAR various Jomox, TR505-606-707 in sync, Clock and Timecode. Receive data only.
    2Multi effects, Yamaha SPX 900…
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    Bought last month, used 2 weeks time she kidding.

    Purchased for the price of curiosity.

    I had an M-Audio midisport4x4, I tried to make them live together for 8 ports. You bet Charles! Given the great drivers that do not walk alone is already a job. And I know you love all go rummaging through your files system to debug something to snitch before you dive into your music ... No? Well me either.

    Value for money? It's cheap, and worth nothing.

    But I'm going to note you my config:

    Nord Micro Modular 2 => 2PORT each (an editor and a midi) Sending data continuously.
    4 BAR various Jomox, TR505-606-707 in sync, Clock and Timecode. Receive data only.
    2Multi effects, Yamaha SPX 900 and Ensoniq DP4. Receive data only, some in SysEx.
    2 kenton pro solo with two analog behind (system 100, SH101).

    Connection, launch Cubase, read => ok
    Live recording => latency over a second
    Arrival of the sysex => Crash of prodipe.
    Reboot.
    Cubase => Reading => Crash.
    Reboot.
    Prodipe not detected.
    Reinstalling drivers => a device has malfunctioned.
    Reboot.
    Prodipe detected.
    Prodipe longer detected.
    Prodipe re-detected.
    Launch Cubase.
    Reading.
    Crash.
    Disconnecting half the machines.
    Reboot.
    Cubase => Reading => ok
    Registration ok
    Sysex => crash.
    Divorce, assault on neighboring cardiac arrest.
    Opening of the living room window.
    Ejecting Prodipe by the said window.
    Buying a Motu five channels.
    More problems.

    My dealer told me I was the third to bring him in prodipe SAV (on sale for a month at home).
    A word ...
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  • nvossaertnvossaert

    Prodipe MIDI USB 4i/4oPublished on 07/15/09 at 15:01
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    What technical specifications motivated your choice?
    A housing 4 in / 4 out very cheap to connect my PC each instrument.

    For what purpose?
    Before I plugged in my X5D To Host (RS 232), and I have 2 sound card with each 1i1o MIDI and a joystick port. So I had the same total number 4i4o, but can not spend my config in a notebook.
    Other lment search: the ability to switch the output between 4 THROUGH 1. I like to play on my clavinova (keyboard heavy sensation piano) but I'm using right now a lot arranger Korg PA-500 -> I fly from the arranger clavinova without needing to launch Cubase and company. It's more like spontaneous approach.

    What is your config (motherboard / CPU / Ram / Ha…
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    What technical specifications motivated your choice?
    A housing 4 in / 4 out very cheap to connect my PC each instrument.

    For what purpose?
    Before I plugged in my X5D To Host (RS 232), and I have 2 sound card with each 1i1o MIDI and a joystick port. So I had the same total number 4i4o, but can not spend my config in a notebook.
    Other lment search: the ability to switch the output between 4 THROUGH 1. I like to play on my clavinova (keyboard heavy sensation piano) but I'm using right now a lot arranger Korg PA-500 -> I fly from the arranger clavinova without needing to launch Cubase and company. It's more like spontaneous approach.

    What is your config (motherboard / CPU / Ram / Hard ,...)?
    Before: P4 3GHz, 2 GB RAM, DD 2x250Go, CS EMU 0404 Cubase Essential 4.5
    Now: Laptop Compaq CQ-60 AMD, 2GB RAM, Cubase LE DD250Go

    Which instruments or the Systmes do you use? ...
    Clavinova, X5D Korg, Roland U110, Roland U220, Korg PA-500, Korg D3200

    The drivers are stable?
    No need for additional drivers are the Friv Intgr XP.
    I have not met the same concerns the use of several hours.
    I noticed that if I turn on my PC before clavinova (ie before the power to the interface), I bridled at the MIDI plug clavinova. I must say that my clavinova send MIDI messages (which?) Permanent.
    I just worry the rsolve squenant ignition devices: in one the PC, 2, 3 4 5 and other equipment in the last clavinova -> more worries.

    Are they often put day?
    Not applicable

    What software do you use most often?
    Cubase LE / Cubase

    Do you ever happen to saturate the MIDI interface and if so, under what circumstances?
    No, but I do not know what it is to saturate a midi interface. I had no problem individuals.

    How long have you use it?
    a little less than a year

    What is the particular feature you like best and least?
    Plus:
    The 4i4o on a laptop with one USB port -> who says better and especially what price?
    1i-THRU mode> 4o

    Minimum:
    Bizarerie with clavinova according to the firing order (rsolu)

    Have you tried many other models before acqurir?
    not

    How do you report qualitprix?
    Trs good.

    Exprience with, you will do again this choice? ...
    Yes
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  • pluggerplugger

    Prodipe MIDI USB 4i/4oPublished on 07/16/09 at 04:40
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    What technical specifications motivated your choice? 4i4o in USB interface, simplicity, price
    For what purpose? Use with desktop pc, portable, 4 keyboard, guitar rack twelve o'clock, sync between 2 pc
    What is your config (motherboard / CPU / Ram / Hard ,...)? Quadcore Q6600, cm ds gigabytes, corsair 2 gb ram 866 mhz, 4 hdd (1to5), asus notebook dual core, 4 gb ram, 500 GB HDD,
    Which instruments or the Systmes do you use? ... Ableton Live, CS1x, korg x3, Axon AX100, MAUDIO axiom 25 and syncro noon.

    The drivers are stable? Not feel, generic windows xp driver.
    Are they often put day? Not since 2006
    What software do you use most often? Ableton Live, Cubase
    Do you ever happen to s…
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    What technical specifications motivated your choice? 4i4o in USB interface, simplicity, price
    For what purpose? Use with desktop pc, portable, 4 keyboard, guitar rack twelve o'clock, sync between 2 pc
    What is your config (motherboard / CPU / Ram / Hard ,...)? Quadcore Q6600, cm ds gigabytes, corsair 2 gb ram 866 mhz, 4 hdd (1to5), asus notebook dual core, 4 gb ram, 500 GB HDD,
    Which instruments or the Systmes do you use? ... Ableton Live, CS1x, korg x3, Axon AX100, MAUDIO axiom 25 and syncro noon.

    The drivers are stable? Not feel, generic windows xp driver.
    Are they often put day? Not since 2006
    What software do you use most often? Ableton Live, Cubase
    Do you ever happen to saturate the MIDI interface and if so, under what circumstances?

    How long have you use it? 1 week
    What is the particular feature you like best and least? Not switch on / off, no driver dedi, big problem: the first live test with no problem, I live stimulus: more midi out, having bought two, I try again with another and even topo, the first time everything works nickel, 2nd time out after noon, several trials, live and cubase, nothing to do .. more when we want to pass the midi out port of the same preferences in a DirectMusic live plant ....
    Have you tried many other models before acqurir? Not, from the in / out of my axiom and uc33
    How do you report qualitprix? He looked good but the problem out of the south let me say that this is not reliable at all
    Exprience with, you will do again this choice? ... No
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  • boogi manboogi man

    Prodipe MIDI USB 4i/4oPublished on 04/21/11 at 07:40
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    I use it for two days
    this is my first midi interface

    first moment of use, I plug all my cables, I set my editors, I'm doing a test and nothing works, I galley 20 minutes to finally noticed that the cables were not sufficiently embedded in the connections of the interface!
    is believed to be a stop but did not must be forced to properly connect the cables!


    interface allows me to manage, configure and manage sysex of my DX7 IID well as my other synths
    any compatibility issues either in cubase or publishers, no drivers to install, I just had to plug the USB port and it was recognized directly in my editors and Cubase, everything works with no lag niquel
    I have not tried to overl…
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    I use it for two days
    this is my first midi interface

    first moment of use, I plug all my cables, I set my editors, I'm doing a test and nothing works, I galley 20 minutes to finally noticed that the cables were not sufficiently embedded in the connections of the interface!
    is believed to be a stop but did not must be forced to properly connect the cables!


    interface allows me to manage, configure and manage sysex of my DX7 IID well as my other synths
    any compatibility issues either in cubase or publishers, no drivers to install, I just had to plug the USB port and it was recognized directly in my editors and Cubase, everything works with no lag niquel
    I have not tried to overload the box, yet at the same two sequenced synths any gst bug
    in view of the other opinion I think he fell on a good show .. at least I hope .. or maybe it was just a history of false contacts!
    in + simple interface and compact
    in - apart from the made in china I see nothing listed behind
    for the price it's all good, in time to see what happens
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  • cyber_techcyber_tech

    Avoid it!

    Prodipe MIDI USB 4i/4oPublished on 01/09/11 at 05:20
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    An interface that is not worth a nail. Cheap but recognized with difficulty by the system and software (when it is recognized) and in addition the equipment is not reliable. The button mode change no longer engages in a while. I did change once and for that reason, and kept the news to three days before doing the same. So a stew!





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