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Roland UM-ONE Mk2
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  • EXerEXer

    I am satisfied and I recommend it without reservation.

    Roland UM-ONE Mk2Published on 02/23/14 at 14:11
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Compact USB / MIDI interface compatible with Windows 32 and 64 bit, Mac and iPad.

    USE

    I use my mk2 UM-ONE Windows 7 32-bit.
    Driver installation is easy and fast by following the procedure of the record.

    To use this MIDI interface works without any worry.




    NOTICE GLOBAL

    This MIDI interface is most expensive ROLAND a USB cable / MIDI 'noname', but his qualitprix report is very good.

    It is stable and reliable and I highly recommend it, especially to perform confidently firmware updates your synths by the intermediary or MIDI sysex files (ex. Blofeld, Shruthi, etc.) .dropoff window
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    Compact USB / MIDI interface compatible with Windows 32 and 64 bit, Mac and iPad.

    USE

    I use my mk2 UM-ONE Windows 7 32-bit.
    Driver installation is easy and fast by following the procedure of the record.

    To use this MIDI interface works without any worry.




    NOTICE GLOBAL

    This MIDI interface is most expensive ROLAND a USB cable / MIDI 'noname', but his qualitprix report is very good.

    It is stable and reliable and I highly recommend it, especially to perform confidently firmware updates your synths by the intermediary or MIDI sysex files (ex. Blofeld, Shruthi, etc.) .dropoff window
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  • LEMASTHOLEMASTHO

    Between the old and the new: Absolutely!

    Roland UM-ONE Mk2Published on 04/27/14 at 02:07
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    ROLAND MIDI / USB Converter: Allows you to connect any MIDI device to a computer.
    (Support 7/Vista. USB Windows 2.0 and higher).

    I bought this converter to drive with my PhatBoy Rebirth (lift nostalgic, and noon interface on modern computers).

    I chose this model because the brand ROLAND inspires confidence (There are cheaper noname).

    UTILIZATION

    The drivers are nickel (Install / Connect / Play).

    Documentation is substantial (30 pages). (Roland should propose the same for other products!).

    The response time of the torque Rebirth / PhatBoy is excellent.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I used 2 months (Rebirth it's funny but I do not do that!), Then I recycle my PhatBoy to …
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    ROLAND MIDI / USB Converter: Allows you to connect any MIDI device to a computer.
    (Support 7/Vista. USB Windows 2.0 and higher).

    I bought this converter to drive with my PhatBoy Rebirth (lift nostalgic, and noon interface on modern computers).

    I chose this model because the brand ROLAND inspires confidence (There are cheaper noname).

    UTILIZATION

    The drivers are nickel (Install / Connect / Play).

    Documentation is substantial (30 pages). (Roland should propose the same for other products!).

    The response time of the torque Rebirth / PhatBoy is excellent.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I used 2 months (Rebirth it's funny but I do not do that!), Then I recycle my PhatBoy to control a synthesizer.

    I have not tested other models.

    I keep it for another instrument without USB port.

    I would do this choice because the Roland UM-ONE Mk2 fulfills its role perfectly.
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