HELP please

Discussion in 'comp.music.midi' started by Antonije, Jul 3, 2003.

  1. Antonije

    Antonije Guest

    Is there any chance to connect synthesizer with standard midi IN and OUT
    to Notebook via USB.

    Any Ideas?

    Thanks
  2. Antonije wrote:
    > Is there any chance to connect synthesizer with standard midi IN and
    > OUT to Notebook via USB.
    >
    > Any Ideas?


    Tonnes. Type "USB MIDI interface" into any search engine and you should
    come up with a few hundred hits.

    Personally I have a M-Audio Uno; about 50$ CDN at my local music shop, works
    great (Win2k and WinXP).
    --
    Dominic Richens | dominic@alumni.uottawa.ca
    "If you're not *outraged*, you're not paying attention!"
  3. Rob

    Rob Guest

    Antonije wrote:
    >
    > Is there any chance to connect synthesizer with standard midi IN and OUT
    > to Notebook via USB.
    >
    > Any Ideas?


    try google with "usb midi interface"

    and buy the product which fits your requirements. Many to choose from.

    R
  4. JB Seattle

    JB Seattle Guest

    www.midiman.com or www.edirol.com they have loads of them from single port
    to multiport. I would get at least a 4X4 to give you four midi ports in and
    out, then as you build a system you will have 64 midi channels available on
    four 16 channel ports.
    Be sure to check the specs on the USB interfaces and make sure your USB
    controller will drive it--you check that by going to control panel system
    and looking in device manager and find the properties of the USB controllers
    on your computer--Intel and ALI seem to work okay but VIA and some others
    are not recommended--the specs on the interface will tell you and they post
    those on the websites for the devices.

    JB
    "Antonije" <antonije69@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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    > Is there any chance to connect synthesizer with standard midi IN and OUT
    > to Notebook via USB.
    >
    > Any Ideas?
    >
    > Thanks
    >
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