At Musikmesse 2015: Interface developer iConnectivity has begun worldwide distribution of their long-anticipated iConnectAUDIO4+, their next-generation audio and MIDI interface.
iConnectAUDIO4+’s Multi-Host technology supports multiple audio and MIDI peripherals, and also multiple computing devices, all at once, performing the job of multiple interfaces and numerous cables. Any combination of up to 2 Mac, PC, and iOS devices, as well as up to 9 connected MIDI peripherals, can share iConnectAUDIO4+’s audio inputs, outputs and MIDI I/O.
Akai Professional announced today, at the 2015 Musikmesse, the introduction of its new MIDImix, a portable compact high-performance mixer.
The MIDImix combines a “high-performance” mixer with 8 individual line faders and a master fader, 24 control knobs (arranged 3 per channel), and 1-to-1 mapping with Ableton Live (Ableton Live Lite is included).
MIDImix users can send all the mixer’s settings to their DAW with a single press of a button, for management and control over the DAW’s functionality. In this way, artists can mix, modify and manipulate projects concurrently in real time, affording a wider array of creative options. Continue reading
Developer Christian Blomert let us know that he has released Midimux Server for Windows, making it now possible to route MIDI over USB between iOS devices and WIndows PCs.
The server app is a free download from the Midimux site. Continue reading
Developer Matthias Frick let us know that MIDI LE for Windows is now available as a beta. Continue reading
Amazing Machines has announced that their Volcano Kit is ‘fully compatible’ with the Korg Volca Sample. Continue reading
Here’s a video sneak preview of the recently announced midimux and audiomux apps in action.
The two apps are designed to let you route audio and MIDI, between iOS and OS X, over your device’s USB cable. Continue reading
Secret Base Design has introduced Music IO – a new app that lets you route MIDI over USB, between iOS and Mac OS X.
It joins a rapidly growing collection of apps delivering MIDI over USB capabilities to iOS, including MIDI LE and midimux.
Here’s a quick video demo: Continue reading
zerodebug has introduced midimux for iOS – a new app that talks MIDI to your Mac, using the standard usb to lightning or 30 pin cable.
midimux is the first of a planned pair of apps, with audiomux following, that promise to route both midi and audio over your device’s USB cable.
- Creates Mirrors of all MIDI devices that are connected to the computer on the connected iOS devices.
- Creates Mirrors of all MIDI devices that are connected to the iOS devices on the Mac.
- Lets you create custom virtual Ports that can be used by both sides of the connection to communicate.
- does it all via a wired usb connection – using the standard charge & sync cable.
- works on all iDevices from iOS 5.