Built from the same technology found in MOTU's flagship MIDI Timepiece, the micro lite USB MIDI interface provides 5 MIDI in, 5 MIDI out, 80 MIDI channels and compatibility with all Macintosh and Wind... Read More
Built from the same technology found in MOTU's flagship MIDI Timepiece, the micro lite USB MIDI interface provides 5 MIDI in, 5 MIDI out, 80 MIDI channels and compatibility with all Macintosh and Windows software. Large front-panel LEDs illuminate to indicate MIDI activity. High-speed MIDI throughput, sub-millisecond timing accuracy, support for hot-swapping, and plug-and-play expansion. Need to connect another sound module or synth? No problem. Just add another MOTU USB MIDI interface via any available USB port. And the micro lite is powered by USB bus, so no wall wart or AC plug.
With its attractive yet rugged metal casing, the micro lite slides easily into a shoulder bag or briefcase for ultracompact portability and convenient desktop operation. Removable rack attachments, as well as a custom center-joint fastener, are included and allow you to easily mount 2 micro lites side by side in a standard 19-inch equipment rack.
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Had an M-Audio MIDIsport 2x2...whereas it always worked fine for keyboards, I found a mysterious problem generated with Roland V-Drums where ridiculous long latency problems would come and go. This unit not only gave me 3 more ports, but so far I have yet to experience any latency issues with the drums- bravo
So I bought two of these to pair up and yes, they come with the rack ears to do so. I logged into their site, downloaded the latest Windows 7 Driver, and Bang! They work like a dream! MIDI In or Out, they work without ANY channel problems. I'm using Ableton Live 8, FL Studio 9, and Reason 4. I'm also using a Casio CDP-100 for my MIDI Keyboard because I don't really need 500 buttons and the key action is real! I'm also driving various MIDI drum and sound modules on several channels at once. Great product MOTU!!! The Cakewalk Units aren't bad either, but no rack ears on their bigger rig. Stay clear of the M-Audio MIDIsport. The MOTU is the one to buy. MIDI on my friends!
The MOTU Micro UBS was good enough for me. I had some initial problems getting Vista to find the drivers. I had to open up the driver folder and opened the driver software as "adminstrator". The driver software began to run, and Vista intstalled the drivers. I have 4 midi sound modules and the Motu works just fine. No problems so far. Great midi interface for the price.
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