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MIDIpal, Other MIDI Controller from Mutable Instruments.


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Mutable Instruments MIDIpal tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Mutable Instruments
  • Model: MIDIpal
  • Category: Other MIDI Controllers
  • Added in our database on: 01/31/2012

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Mutable Instruments MIDIpal user reviews

Average Score:4.8( 4.8/5 based on 5 reviews )
 2 reviews40 %
 1 user review20 %
07/30/2014

Anonymous 's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" the toolbox increased"

Mutable Instruments MIDIpal
- I received this morning.
- I tried many tools but essentially twelve o'clock software
- + Feature: all
- Feature -: incompatible with my pedal power PSU
- Quality prices really correct, Olivier Gillet worked great, and above all it is ultra-responsive, following a problems with dhl (actually 2 problems) my FdP were repaid me. Reactivity professionalism and talent, I'd like the big brands do the same!
- This is a very good buy, you can divert some app stutteriser example (clock divider), all is fluid, strong and beautiful. Rather convenient to use.

The midipal is a box at noon tools, it allows monitoring (not much use every day but it can help find the source of a midi bug) but also convert midi messages. It contains diverse applications, not very useful to quite essential for certain types of music or certain projects. Arpeggiator, Sequencers (2 types including the famous SH 101) and LFO are my favorite app. The chord memory is as expected, we are left with a function roland (juno1 and 2) on any machine pm (poly or para). I had big problems to synchronize my Waldorf Pulse (arpegio is in the cabbage, I repeat, is arpegio in cabbage), problem solved! There is a community of developers and enthusiasts that are alternative or modified bone, there is a choice. The box comes in a beautiful "indienisant" setting is surprising and successful!
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louicifer06/27/2014

louicifer's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" adpanne, without"

Mutable Instruments MIDIpal
I used some time because my config not really required.
Easy, instinctive (single wheel) to use.
Practice when a little space in his lab (replaces two, three machines!)
Low price.
Lack of precision in the parameters.
Impractical for live.
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lihp06/26/2014

lihp's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" A real Swiss Army Knife PM ..."

Mutable Instruments MIDIpal
I use MIDIpal 1 month ago about and I have not tried other material of this type, in fact I do not know. Except perhaps the Zillion Future Retro that just came out and more expensive it seems ...

The MIDIpal features and possibilities of use are many and varied, see website for more details: https://mutable-instruments.net/midipal

This little box is a set of applications both in the field of the utility of the creative tool. It is these two aspects of the product can remember in particular.

On the one hand, it can serve noon filter dispatcher that offers the possibility of constructing a polyphonic synth from a set of monophonic synths, monitor, splitter, clock, lfo ... and is perfectly usefulness in a hardware configuration a bit "esoteric" but not only.

On the other hand, it is also a tool for composition and it is especially this aspect that interested me. It features an arpeggiator, sequencer with 32 not assignable CC values ​​for each step, a randomizer, midi delay ...

The idea is to connect the input of MIDIpal, keyboard or sequencer to send the output to an expander, a BAR, a sampler .... It can also be used in "standalone" for MIDI or a clock that lfo CC module, brief ... This is awesome and very well thought out, you can also download the source program in Python on Github (for experts) and flash the device with its own modifications but now I pass the hand ...

What I like most is its versatility. Its price / quality ratio is very reasonable. I remake that choice without problem, in fact I love it so much my MIDIpal I'll probably buy another one!
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Cruise Castillo06/25/2014

Cruise Castillo's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Effective"

Mutable Instruments MIDIpal
Used for almost two years.
I was looking to start the arpeggiator function and have been satisfied (comprehensive arpeggiator) but pleasantly surprised by the amount and quality of other applications available: monitor, clock divider, sequencer (s), delay noon controller ... I am very far from having tested everything at this point (cc LFO, randomizer, dispatch ...). The latest is "Sync Latch" that relays in sync clock chain Midi, where a slave device needs to be stopped. It works wonderfully.
Each application is very detailed in the user manual online, even if I still have not grasped some subtleties as the 'swing' and its effect on some applications.

Of course, the functions are not cumulative but will appreciate the possibilities of evolution of this product are permitted by its code open source. Several "versions" of the OS are available, embarking different combinations of existing applications. Updates load into SysEx very easily.

I use it mainly on industry (and even series with pedals - for a polarity switch), but a 9V battery is sufficient. Unfortunately no power saving function - it must therefore not forget to turn off the power using the small slide switch "relatively" fragile. This is a slight shadow may appear in the table. The switch has dropped it a few months ago. So I operated my midipal warranty and returned to working order after a short stay.


It has no equivalent in the category "Multi" so I probably do this choice. One might hope, however, a version "Deluxe" who embark why not a MIDI / CV converter GATE and DIN24 and a potentiometer and some additional pushbuttons. An application that transform midi notes sync would also welcome! I would pay for it easily double the original price.

What I like most is that its compactness and nature of the "Swiss army knife" but I admit that its interface with navigation / activation by single knob / push button "annoys" a little bit although the small LCD is quite suitable.

The report quality price remains strong in view of the number of functions - quality construction (which remains extremely honest) then becomes secondary.
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