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  • USB to MIDI KEYBOARD PC INTERFACE CONVERTER CABLE
  • Play on instrument and then edit on PC to delivery best performance
  • Connect/Disconnect as wish due to Hot - Swappable design
  • USB connection to PC
  • Support Windows XP/Vista and Apple MAC
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  • Boxed-product Weight: 100 g
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  • Item model number: 1503
  • ASIN: B004AFUP0G
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 23 Jan. 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (41 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 52,932 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

USB to MIDI Interface Converter Cable. Use this Midi Converter cable to record your instrument onto your computer so it can be edited. Perfect for any musician wanting to record onto their computer. Features: Product Dimensions 16.5 x 10.2 x 2.5 cm Easy to install with built-in driver; USB powered, no AC adapter needed Plug and Play 1 in + 1 out MIDI interface; 16 MIDI input channels & 16 MIDI output channels LED power indicator - MIDI in & out signal indicator Easy to turn your PC into a music studio, start by connecting a music keyboard to your computer with the supplied USB MIDI Cable Supports: Windows 7/XP/Vista/ME/2000/98SE, Mac OS 9X etc



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This is an excellent MIDI to USB adaptor (In fact a long cable with small adaptor in it). I had keyboard Clavinova 320 with sound card Soundblaster Extigy and Laptop with Windows XP (all running Sibelius software for some 7 years). When I changed to a new laptop with Windows 7 64 bits all stopped. There are no drivers for this Soundblaster sound card and one can not link the keyboard to the new laptop. The only answer is this MIDI USB adapter which connects directly keyboard to laptop (not through the sound card), but REMEMBER:
1. Connect correctly the cable to keyboard MIDI connectors (IN to OUT and OUT to IN). If not exactly this connection you could defect the laptop USB. In the least case the USB can stop working and the laptop has to be restarted to restore it.
2. This MIDI to USB adaptor does not come with a driver and at first connection nothing works. If you open the system device manager you shall see that this USB port has an exclamation mark to it (i.e. does not work).
3. To make it work you need to download from internet the free driver ASILO4ALL This is an exe file - when you take it double click to install the driver and you shall see how the exclamation mark above has disappeared. Immediately after this you shall see that the initially existing red light on the MIDI-USB cable (showing power on) is now joined by one of the green lights showing that the adapter works.
4. At this stage your keyboard is connected to the laptop and you can enter notes into the notation software. What you shall notice now is that the sound from the laptop comes through the loudspeakers of the keyboard. The sound is good, but Clavinova does not have the rich sound library of the soundcard (which is now obsolete) and perhaps violins can sound as piano.
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I really expected this not to work. We have a midi drumkit (Yam Xplorer) and it doesnt use USB, but instead the old style Midi-connection.
I chanced my arm buying this hoping it would just plug and play and process the midi data straight into pro-tools...but realistically knowing it wouldn't.

I was wrong. I used Windows 7 and it just worked straight away. No hassles. No drivers. No screaming or beating up brittle objects. Very pleased.

It was everything I personally wanted so it scores full marks.
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I needed a cable to connect my midi keyboard to my pc.
This cable works just fine.
PC is windows 7.
Inital latency probs between the keyboard and the PC software were solved by installing ASIO4ALL driver as mentioned elsewhere. - This is an essential and easy thing to do and shows that the cable is fine and not a cause of latency.
So...
A cheap and recommended cable bargain!
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needed this interface to connect a laptop pc running miditzer to an organ via midi. this did the job great, no messing about simply plug and play. very well packeged,in fact the box is too good to throw away so it's in my drawer lol. a very well made piece of kit for the money.
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Connected a computer - Windows 7 - into a Yamaha Keyboard. I had no problems and the music program was soon playing the keyboard and playing the keyboard input data into the music program. All I need now is the time and inclination to write some music. Some people had problems with this item but for me it worked fine. I know about putting Input into Output, etc., as I have used Midi before. Previous interfaces used a COMMS port so this USB device is better.
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I bought two of these. One for each piano (Roland RP101 and Casio CDP-100 88 Note Digital Piano).

I wanted to use the free Synthesia software and for that it is nice to have the midi feature; but I have no experience regarding midi whatsoever. A definite newbie. But I followed advice and plugged the "in" to the "out" and the "out" to the "in" and then plugged the other end into my old Fujitsu ST5112 tablet pc.

Turned on keyboard, turned on computer, opened up software and followed the easy instructions on where the signal was coming from and where I wanted the sound to go.

Played with software. No latency problems whatsoever insofar as this software is concerned.

Sometime in the future I intend to order Steinberg the Grand 2 for my Casio, which will be more of a test for the cable. But I am fully expecting it to work well.

Cable doesn't look the most expensive out there, but works well and, if it should fail within a reasonable time frame, I would have no hesitation in buying the same model as replacement again.

It's a good buy and I recommend it. FIVE STARS!!

Thanks to Amazon for a good product at an AMAZING price.
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I bought this to use with Cubase 5 on Windows 8 Release Preview.

All I had to do was plug the cable toa USB and everything should work (note alway plus it into the same USB every time, may cause problems if you don't), After that, Windows recognised it as well as Cubase.
Using it with Cubase was great, virtually no lag which is brilliant. Though I did find that, when using my Yamaha DD-65 drum kit, it would double the notes so when editing I had to delete those extra notes. Similar thing for my Yamaha PSR-290, this time notes were being held when I never held them when playing. This only happened sometimes.

REMEMBER, when working with MIDI, you plug the OUT cable into the IN and vice verse. That stumped me for a while!
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