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Keyboards & MIDI
The essential role of MIDI interfaces in the recording studio is no secret, which is why many of the most renowned and respected music software companies specialize in manufacturing highly functional and durable MIDI interfaces. Within this section, you'll find plenty of superb MIDI interfaces to choose from, so when you're doing what you do best in the studio, you can be sure that your finished product will be worthy of showcasing to the world. The purpose of an MIDI interface is to connect external electronic instruments to your computer, which allows you to record and edit your music right on the PC. Virtually all MIDI interfaces can connect to your computer via USB, so whether you're using keyboards, synthesizers, effect processors or sound modules, they come in extremely handy for both home studio amateurs and professionals alike.
Throughout this catalog, you'll find an exceptional range of top selling MIDI interfaces, and the MOTU Fast Lane USB MIDI Interface Hybrid CD Win/Mac is a great option. This amazing MIDI interface has a unique MIDI thru button that allows you to play your gear even when your computer is turned off without having to disconnect any cables. It's also very easy to install, and more than capable of opening your computer to a vast world of music software. Another popular choice is the Yamaha I-MX1 iOS 5-Pin MIDI interface. By enabling iPads and iPhones to connect with your MIDI instrument, this interface gives users the ability to control a variety of apps, and also comes with excellent applications for Yamaha synthesizers to broaden the horizons of your instrument. When the first MIDI interface was created over 30 years ago it didn't take long before the music industry caught on to their remarkable convenience in the studio. In fact, you won't find many modern recording studios that don't have a quality MIDI interface. These days, digital technology is everywhere, and as every sound technician knows, capturing magic in the studio can very much depend on the MIDI interface that your computer is equipped with.