Secret Base Design has introduced Music IO – a new app that lets you route MIDI over USB, between iOS and Mac OS X.
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.
Expert Sleepers has announced that its USAMO (Universal Sample-Accurate MIDI Output) – a device designed to provide a sample-accurate, jitter-free MIDI output from your DAW – is now available.
The device takes a unique approach, sending MIDI information as audio, to ensure sample-accurate sync. Continue reading
Developer John Staskevich created MIDIWidget to make it easy to control just about anything in the real world, using MIDI.
The MIDIWidget is a ‘brain’ for creating all kinds of DIY projects: Continue reading
Developer Matthias Frick has released an updated version of his free MIDI LE app that adds USB MIDI support.
Alongside its MIDI over Bluetooth functionality, MIDI LE now can establish connections to iOS Devices via a USB Lightning or 30-Pin cable. This means that Macs without Bluetooth LE can now make use of low-latency MIDI, without the need for separate hardware. Continue reading
At the 2015 NAMM Show, Chris Heille of Zivix introduced the updated Jamstik+ and PUC+ with Bluetooth MIDI support.
Bluetooth LE MIDI offers high performance, without sacrificing WiFi connectivity from your iOS devices. Users can be connected to any iOS device or Mac and still browse the web, or use web-based applications.