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MIDI Solutions Router
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One-in, 2-out MIDI data router/filter allows selected MIDI messages to be routed to either, both, or neither of its 2 outputs. It can route/filter se...Read More
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2 output MIDI message router doubles as a useful filter.
One-in, 2-out MIDI data router/filter allows selected MIDI messages to be routed to either, both, or neither of its 2 outputs. It can route/filter selected ranges of most MIDI data types, and messages can also be rechannelized to any other MIDI channel. A total of 10 settings are stored in a priority format and it is programmed by sending MIDI System Exclusive messages via Processors Programming Tools software. Settings are retained even after power is removed. The router is MIDI-powered with MIDI indicator LED. 4.0 oz. 4-1/2"W x 2-1/2"H x 1-1/4"D.
- One-in, 2-out MIDI data router/filter
- 2 outputs
- 10 settings
- Processors Programming Tools software
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- 4.0 oz.
- 4-1/2"W x 2-1/2"H x 1-1/4"D.
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Comments about MIDI Solutions Router:
The MidiSolutions Router is a handy tool for routing MIDI signals, e.g I needed to send a signal to an arpeggiator, and then add it back to the MIDI signal. Problem was, that the original signal (before the arpeggiation) was still in there and caused doubling of notes. That router solved the problem. Here's the reason why I gave it a below average quality rating: If you are sending MIDI clock signals on that same MIDI cable, you are set to have issues with that router: MIDI commands will be dropped, it's just a matter of time (don't know if the router starts dropping data with clock signals, or if it causes the destination devices to have problems receiving properly). And it sucks to be in a real-time situation, where suddenly a tone hangs and needs to be reset by an all-notes-off command. First I thought the sequencer MIDI interface had an issue, but then it happened with other synth modules too. Bottomline: Nice idea, great concept, but if you are planning to use MIDI clock, don't buy it.