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Setting a new benchmark in MIDI connectivity and iOS integration
iConnectMIDI4+ much like it’s little sibling iConnectMIDI2+ in that it sets out to reinvent what it is to be a MIDI interface by introducing new technology and combining pre-existing technologies in an intuitive way.
iConnectMIDI4+ is not only a 64 port MIDI interface for PC, MAC, and iOS*. It also introduces four exciting new features to enable musicians to professionally integrate more than one computer or an iOS device into their music making environment.
The first of these technologies allows for more than one computing device to access the same MIDI resources. This is useful in many ways such as, sending midi from a controller or synth to daw and an iOS device simultaneously, setting up redundancy in a live MIDI environment, sending MIDI from multiple computing devices to one another, and more.
iConnectMIDI4+ also features Audio passThru™. This patent pending technology is integral to using iOS, and multiple computing devices (PC, MAC, iOS) in a professional environment by enabling the devices to pass not only MIDI data but also audio data from device to device. There are many practical applications for this technology, for example now musicians can use a daw on their MAC or PC to control a virtual instrument or other music making program on their iOS or other computing device (PC, MAC, iOS) and send the MIDI data as well as audio data back to the DAW without extra cables, or signal degradation or additional analog to digital conversion.
Many MIDI devices include a USB port for input/output of MIDI. iConnectMIDI4+ accommodates for this by addition of a USB host port that allows musicians to integrate their USB MIDI devices seamlessly. iConnectMIDI4+’s MIDI host port supports up to 8* USB MIDI synths, controllers, etc. enabling all computing devices that are connected to iConnectMIDI4+ to send and receive MIDI from devices that are connected to its USB host port.
iConnectMIDI4+ also has an ethernet port. Users can connect iConnectMIDI4+ to wireless router, ethernet hub/router, or any ethernet enabled device via its dedicated ethernet port and is network discoverable, allowing for musicians to control any of the devices connected to iConnectMIDI4+ via network connection, adding further control and connectivity options.
WIth all of this connectivity comes possibility and nearly endless options. iConnectivity’s Port Manager software for iOS, MAC and PC allows the user complete control over iConnectMIDI4+’s I/O by providing direct control over how MIDI is routed and filtered to and from all devices connected to it.
With all of its new technology and innovation iConnectMIDI4+ sets a new benchmark in MIDI connectivity and iOS integration, delivering so much more than just a standard 4x4 or 8x8 MIDI interface even though it is at a similar price point. It introduces new concepts designed to make life easier and opens new doors of creativity by enabling music makers new and exciting types of workflow. All of this and more makes iConnectMIDI4+ an essential tool for today & tomorrow's music makers.
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iConnectMIDI4+ 64 Port USB MIDI Interface
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I have tried on Mac. PC and Ipads to get this to link up. I have read many blogs about how difficult it is to get this to work. The only thing i have been able to do is get the sound from the ipad recorded into PC (Sound Forge) and that comes in left MONO only and no way to monitor what is coming in.To play the mono track back i have to change back to the M-Audio sound drivers. For me, this thing is a brick. I have had it a week or so and deciding to let it sit and wait for a update or fix that i find. I would not try and sell it to another Musician and i have had 3 others over to my studio to try and make it work.