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iConnectivity Interface with 8 in x 12 Out 5-pin DIN-MIDI Ports (mioXL)

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Odd that the four output ports on the front panel are not visible to the computer. You get the first 8 and that's it. With the Mio's you really create a Midi Network. It's actually a router that allows everything to talk to everything. How game changing is that?

Got masking tape and wrote out the names of the devices on the top of the unit. (Will explain why in a moment) For 1.8.0, we are integrating support for streamlined audio features of the PlayAUDIO12. This includes full failover control, headphone mixing, and other controls. Included support for routing for iConnectMIDI2+ and mio2. These devices have support for routing, filtering, remapping, and preset save/load. This USB MIDI Interface is a perfect tool for musicians who want to be able play their favorite songs on any instrument they have without having an extra computer. This interface comes with onboard presets, making it easy and fun. I've started a default routing spreadsheet. I just added the mio10 on firmware 2.0.5 for you. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets...it?usp=sharingWe just love this thing! It's so versatile and easy-to use. You can control all your instruments from one keyboard or several keyboards, depending on what sounds best for any given situation. There's also presets that allow you to save time by loading different ways of tweaking tone quality with ease. It makes life easier when you have options like these at your fingertips. The iConnectivity mioXL USB MIDI Interface is a networkable, eight-in/twelve-out interface and hub that can be used with your computer or tablet. It's perfect for people who want access to all of the latest music production software without having another device plugged into their system.

So did you get a definitive answer as to how many ports this can surface to a DAW? Right now, I have the USB MIDI ports* (I didn't realize only 7 show, and not 8. I'll need to try them out) and 8 of the 12 DIN outputs visible. I want to connect two of them via a direct ethernet cable, but not give up DIN ports.

iConnectivity mioXL USB MIDI Interface Features:

Our unique network technology is as easy to use as USB! Enjoy your new-found MIDI power without extra headaches. The mioXL is a revolutionary new device that enables you to connect with all your favourite music software. It features 10 Class Compliant USB-MIDI host ports for connecting seamlessly, and provides the ability of hot plugging in additional devices without interruption or loss of data transmission.

The device has 10 input-out DIN connections for all your favourite devices. It also comes with a printed user guide that will help you get started right away. With mioXL™ you’re able to streamline and expand your MIDI setup, no matter how massive and demanding. Even though it’s our most powerful MIDI interface, mioXL™ is still accessible to all users, allowing you to do whatever you want with MIDI faster, better, and in creative and exciting new ways. iConnectivity’s next generation RTP/Network- MIDI capabilities, and what they’ll do for you. Easily store and recall unique MIDI routing, filter and merging setups to preset scenes, and recall them all directly via the mioXL™ front panel.

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Network connections offer some significant advantages over USB, for example. Cat5/6 cables allow for huge connection distances; over 90 meters between devices! Compare that with 15 metres for DIN-MIDI and only 5 meters with USB and it’s clear to see the advantages for studio and stage. Connect all your MIDI devices (USB-MIDI, DIN-MIDI, RTP / Network-MIDI) and Mac, PC, and iOS computing devices to each other, and let this rugged, versatile interface put you in control of your MIDI devices and workflow. If you receive a unit with early firmware (in my case my unit had version 1.0 firmware), it's possible that the latest Auracle (v1.83 when I was working this out) on Win10 will detect the unit and inform you that you need to update the firmware before setting things up. However, I could not get the firmware updater to work using Auracle 1.83. Simply drop a mioXL or mioXM anywhere you have physical MIDI I/O, run an Ethernet cable from each device to an Ethernet switch, connect the switch to your computer and BAM! Everything can talk to everything else!

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