Bi-directional MIDI to DIN Sync converter with 1 MIDI In & 1 MIDI Out / 1 Sync In & 1 Sync Out
Notes: Receives MIDI clock and stop/start data and converts them to DIN-Sync (Sync-24). Also converts DIN-Sync back to MIDI.
High quality Kenton MIDI MIDI to DIN-Sync converter box with opto-isolated MIDI In plus MIDI Out, Sync In & Sync Out sockets. Powered from a multi-region mains adaptor (wall wart) so you can fit and forget. Can also be powered from a USB socket (although not a USB product)
Notes: The Kenton Merge 4 can merge the data from up to 4 separate MIDI sources (e.g. Master keyboards or controllers) into a single MIDI data stream which appears at both of the MIDI out sockets. It features 4 opto-isolated MIDI inputs and 2 MIDI outputs.
The Kenton Merge 4 is powered from a mains adaptor (wall wart) so you can fit and forget.
USB host to MIDI converter for 'Class Compliant' USB MIDI devices
Notes: Your USB device is plugged into the USB MIDI Host MkII instead of into a computer. It provides MIDI In & Out sockets for USB MIDI keyboards and controllers which have only a USB B type socket. For example, used with a USB-Solo, it allows the USB-Solo to be used in a standard MIDI setup, just like a Pro-Solo. It has a USB Host port (USB A type socket), a MIDI In and a MIDI Out (both 5 pin DIN).
MIDI data received at the MIDI In socket will be sent to the USB device. MIDI data received from the USB device will be sent to the MIDI Out socket.
The attached USB MIDI device MUST be 'Class Compliant'.
The MIDI USB HOST is powered by a regulated 5V mains adaptor (supplied), and can supply up to 1 Amp of buss power to the attached USB device. This product is supplied with a multi-region power supply suitable for use in most countries.
Notes: The MIDI Solutions Merger is a 2-in 2-out MIDI Merger. All MIDI messages appearing at the two inputs are merged to the outputs (including System Exclusive, MIDI Clock, and MIDI Time Code messages). A fast merging algorithm ensures that all MIDI data is processed accurately with the minimal possible delay.
The Merger is MIDI-powered, and requires no batteries or power supply to operate with most MIDI products (see FAQs - Power and FAQs - LED for more information). A MIDI indicator LED lights up when the product is powered and flashes when MIDI data passes through it.
Notes: The Sound Study Modular Midi 2 CV is a 4hp USB MIDI to CV and Gate converter. It has a bunch of different modes that it can operate on, like monophonic, duo monophonic, and many more!
The Midi 2 CV is class-compliant but uses an unusual USB setting (1ms poll-rate in low-speed mode) not well supported on Windows.
Optimal latency is obtained with OS X >= 10.6.3 ; iOS ; or Linux >= 2.6.
On other systems, the Midi 2 CV will work but messages will be delayed by up to 8ms.
Monophonic with velocity
Monophonic with velocity and square oscillator
Monophonic with CC
Monophonic CVCVpalpalwith MIDI clock output
Range and standards:
CV outputs: 0 to 4V, V/Oct (4 octaves).
Gate outputs: Positive V-trig, ON = 5V ; OFF = 0V.
Resolution: < 2mV.
8 points calibration curve for non-linearity compensation.
Temperature dependency: +/- 2 cents within the 10- C to 80- C range.
Output impedance: 220O (rule of thumb: 2 cents drop per connection to a CV input).