iConnectivity Intros First USB-C MIDI Interface For Android, iOS, MacOS & Windows

iConnectivity has introduced the mioXC, a 1×1, 16 channel USB-C MIDI interface you can use to connect your MIDI compatible gear to your Mac, PC, iOS, or Android computing device.

Here’s what they have to say about it:

“mioXC is a fuss-free and simple 1 in 1 out, 16 channel USB-MIDI interface you can use to connect your MIDI compatible gear.

Whether you have a controller keyboard, synthesizer, drum machine or whatever; mioXC lets you connect them to your Mac, PC, iOS, or Android computing device.”


  • USB Type-C and USB Type-A connectivity: connect seamlessly with most types of modern computers/computing devices
  • 1×1 DIN-MIDI connectivity
  • Supports 16 channels of MIDI I/O
  • USB bus powered
  • Plug and play – no drivers needed
  • USB-MIDI Class-Compliant
  • Android compatible: connect easily to most modern Android devices directly via USB-C
  • iOS compatible: works with USB Type-C iOS devices or with Lightning equipped devices using Apple Lightning to USB Camera adapter (adapter not included)
  • Mac and PC compatible
  • Powerful 32-bit ARM Cortex Processor

Pricing and Availability

mioXC is available now with a street price of about $50 USD.

8 thoughts on “iConnectivity Intros First USB-C MIDI Interface For Android, iOS, MacOS & Windows

    1. I’ve used Caustic. It’s good.

      G-Stomper Producer is really cool for very flexible rhythm options, a really nice synth, and a cool conceptual framework. Not as intuitive as Caustic, but very capable!

      I don’t know anything about it, but I hear some buzz about Audio Evolution Mobile Studio 5.0

  1. Very cool that I can use this with my phone or Mac without needing to use my little 7-in-1 USB-C hub. I have the original iConnectivity mio 1×1 interface and it’s a good piece of kit that just works.

  2. If you still have synths that need occasional SYSEX dumps, or updates, the iConnectivity mio 1×1 interface does the job well. The MIDI signal is stable and clean.

    1. It’s rarely mentioned but this is generally the difference between some cheapo USB->5DIN interface and a spendier option like this one. Almost all of the cheapo ones will choke sending sysex of any kind. They’re fine for sending notes and very minimal control data but I have a cheapo one that’ll die if you don’t filter mono-aftertouch before sending.

      iConnect gear is solid and worth the extra expense in my experience. Triple ex!

  3. Small wish: that the USBC to USBA dongle was attached to the main cable via a ring or something (like some water bottle caps). I imagine I’ll lose the dongle almost immediately. While the world transitions, that wee dongle is definitely a part of the value proposition here.

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