Retrokits' flexible MIDI interface proves that good things do indeed come in small packages.
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Reviews: MIDI Interface
This class-compliant device works with Windows (7, 8.1 and 10) and Mac OS systems (both 32-bit and 64-bit) without the need for drivers. When not connected to a computer, the M8U eX also works as a standalone MIDI thru or merge box.
Even though it first saw the light of day in the early 1980s, MIDI is a protocol that shows no sign of fading away, and for those of us who depend on it, it’s an ongoing relief that companies such as Kenton exist...
The qMI 2 combines four separately addressable CV/Gate channels with the polyphonic voice assignment of the Perfourmer Mk2 synth.
Panda Audio’s MidiBeam wireless MIDI interface does pretty much what it says on the tin.
The Fireface 802 picks up where its highly successful predecessor left off.
Need a fast-triggering MIDI guitar system that frees you from the constraints of cables? Look no further!
The Roland Studio Capture offers a very generous amount of analogue I/O and an unusually high level of digital control.
Kenton have always had the knack of manufacturing indispensable little doodads, and the Modular Solo is no exception. Made...
Kentons USB Solo puts your computer directly in touch with your analogue synths.
Put simply, if you want to send lots of audio inputs into your computer simultaneously, but don't want to pay too much for the privilege, the US1641 could be exactly what you're looking for...
The world is simply teeming with audio interfaces these days, so what does M‑Audio's latest offering, the Fast Track Ultra, have that the others don't?
Why carry two boxes with your mobile studio when one will do? Tascam's FireOne combines a MIDI and audio interface with a control surface, all in one convenient, paperback-sized unit.
The selection of USB 2.0 interfaces widens with the launch of these new models from Tascam.
RME pass down some of the excellent features of their Fireface 800 to the more affordable 400 model, but have they cut any corners in doing so?
TC Electronic are well respected for their range of effects processors, so what might the company's first audio/MIDI interface, the Konnekt 24D, offer to make it stand out amongst the Firewire crowd?
Digidesign's LE range has received a comprehensive overhaul in the last year, and the new flagship 003 and 003 Rack incorporate many improvements over their predecessors.
If you have a compact setup, you might need a compact audio and MIDI interface. Is Echo's Audiofire 4 just the thing for the spatially challenged studio?