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el cable viene reforzado y los materiales se ven de primera. OJO no fue posible compatibilidad para mi pedalera Zoom G9.2tt (ya que es es un aparato muy viejo). pero con otros aparatos como teclados y controladores DAWN funciona correctamente.
I use this with my Korg keyboard to record midi tracks to my Macbook Air using the USB-C adapter. No issues with signal or other connectivity. Hope to use it to capture midi tracks from my Roland v-drum brain.
This thing apparently doesn't support Sysex file transfers, which makes it less than useless for my purposes. Unfortunately, the return window closed, so I stuck it in the garbage where it belongs. Don't spend your money on this half-working trash.
I've had success with buying from Cable Matters before, so when I was looking for a USB MIDI interface/cable, I thought I'd give theirs a shot, since it was much cheaper than some other alternatives (Roland, iConnectivity) and I had previous experience with them.
I can confirm that it works for sending MIDI note information to a Korg Volca FM for the synth to play back, so that's good. Unfortunately, sending patch data to the FM via the cable doesn't work. The green LED on the cable's interface lights up, but the FM doesn't receive the patch data. I guess the cable doesn't support SysEx messaging, and that's needed to program the FM via computer. It's unfortunate that Cable Matters doesn't state upfront the lack of support for SysEx.
If you only need to send or receive MIDI notes, this should work fine. If you know you'll need SysEx message capabilities, you'll most likely, and unfortunately, have to pay up for a more expensive MIDI interface. I'm giving the product four stars because, while it's lacking some functionality, when I bought it I didn't know I was going to want SysEx functionality and was mostly just planning on using it to send notes to my Volca FM, and it does do that, and for a very low price.
I connected this to my new Windows 11 machine. Then connected Midi cables between it and my Kurzweil PC88 MX. I loaded up audacity and a midi file, did a little config in Audacity and moments later I had music coming from the keyboard. I can't speak to how well it will hold up but it's pretty cheap and does what it's supposed to do.
Took me a while to figure it out, but the MIDI IN and OUT are labelled backwards. I KNOW that the MIDI IN cable plugs into the MIDO OUT on the device. Contrary to that, I had to plug the OUT cable into the OUT on the device in order for this to work. Also, I have to unplug the USB from the computer frequently to wake the device back up. Still troubleshooting it, but wouldn't expect to have to do that normally.