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MIDI Interfaces user reviews

  • M-Audio Midisport 4x4

    M-Audio Midisport 4x4 - "Cannot config without computer"


    It should have been no big deal to manufacture this 100$ midi device with a couple of dip switches to hard configure the base settings, rather than forcing the user into endless searching for software to configure this device. All I needed was jus…

  • MOTU Midi Express 128

    MOTU Midi Express 128 - "Has issues, but good design"


    I am using this with a Windows 10 Dell XPS touchscreen. DAW: Ableton 9.5, Cubase Essentials, and Stagelight. Old school midi gear: Oberheim MC-3000, Roland D-550, JV-2080, JP-8080, JD-800, VSynth, VR-760, Novation Supernova, Moog Little Phatty 1,…

  • ESI M4U XT

    ESI M4U XT - "true plug and play usb to midi 4x4 interface"


    Easy to use, plug in the usb and it installs itself on windows, providing 4 in and 4 out midi connectors that show up as midi channels which themselves have 128 channels each, allowing daisy-chain midi connection. Latency is very small. Usage indicat…

  • Kenton Pro Solo

    Kenton Pro Solo - "Simple and Effective!"


    I have an old Yamaha CS15 that works with Hz/Volts (like most Yamaha/Korg synths of the glorious pre-Midi time) and most Midi -- CV converters on the market weren't really up to the task. That's why, when I saw an ad on AF showcasing this small wond…

  • Swissonic MIDI-USB 1X1

    Swissonic MIDI-USB 1X1 - "It works with tonelab LE"


    I read the first post, I confirm that swissonic midi-usb interface works fine with tonelab LE. You have to follow this: UTILIZATION 1. Make sure yout tone lab LE is on, your computer (mac book pro is mine) is on, cable midi-usb connected. 2. B…

  • M-Audio Midisport 4x4 Anniversary Edition

    M-Audio Midisport 4x4 Anniversary Edition - "easy to use and portable"


    The MIDISPORT can be purchased in the 2 in 2 out versions too. This is the 4 in 4 out version, it is small and compact. It can not be racked, but it will not take up much space on your desktop because it is not very good. It is also made well and won…

  • M-Audio Midisport Uno

    M-Audio Midisport Uno - "Very simple and works well. You will eventually need more MIDI INS and OUTS"


    The MIDI Sport Uno is a small plug and play MIDI device that is so simple to set up. You install the drivers then plug it in and you can use it right away. It does not require any power supply and it connects to your computer through USB. The proble…

  • MOTU Micro Lite

    MOTU Micro Lite - "5 ins and 5 outs, small and worth the buy"


    The MOTU Micro Lite is a 5 in and 5 out MIDI interface that connects to your PC through USB 2.0. Using the Micro Lite has made it a lot easier for me when I go to studios and to other musicians' houses because it has allowed me to use it with my keyb…

  • MOTU Midi Express XT USB

    MOTU Midi Express XT USB - "Enough for us, for now"


    MOTU MIDI Express XT USB can be racked and it only takes up 1 rack space, and it has enough ins and outs to power your whole MIDI set up! There are 8 ins and 8 outs on this interface, it is very simple to use and set up. You can go to your MIDI setti…

  • Edirol UM-1X

    Edirol UM-1X - "Small device .. you will eventually outgrow it"


    The Edirol UM-1X is a 1 in and 1 out USB MIDI interface, the MIDI cord is pretty long as well as the USB side of it. So you can reach your gear no matter where it might be in the room. The device is very small and can be taken anywhere with you. The…