Price and brand For what purpose? Today I am running 64bit Cubase 5. Saturation, for my part, never took place. Write a user review. What technical specifications motivated your choice?

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She never planted or showed any latency. Exprience with, you will do again this choice?

The M-Audio Formerly Midiman Midisport 2×2 is a usb-midi interface with two sets of midi inputs and midi outputs. Very hard casing on the box. Saturation, for my part, never took place. The construction and quality is top notch.


Are they often put day? It is one of the smallest box-style midi interfaces available, and is suitable for most basic midi needs, where only one or two midi devices are being used.

Once in XP, now with Windows 7 64bit, works fine. Installing the drivers under Windows XP was a very big pain. Never, ever M-Audio in the house, it’s kidiman, finished. This is my oldest piece of equipment in the studio; it is indestructible.


Write a user review. For some reason, Midiman products and Windows XP don’t seem to agree. Cubase from SL2 to Cubase 6 Trial in 64bit, it works fine. It is easy to carry and it works with everything. Usually the installation is an act of god if you can figure out how to get it installed.

User reviews: M-Audio Midisport 2×2 – Audiofanzine

Price and brand For what purpose? Did you find this review helpful? The unit itself is great.

Since one of the last updates Windows7 SP1 installation is simply impossible mca the police doing? Functionally, I’ve had no problems or glitches with this midi interface.

I had an M-Audio interface for audio, it was barely better When he worked in the past, you appreciate the small size for a fairly reasonable price.

Midisport 2×2 Driver

Log in Become a member. Look no farther for a USB midi unit. I used it daily for 7 years and more episodically sincewhen it serves me in concert. What I like most: Ma is a midi thru switch on the device that, if accidentally pressed, will disable some of the midi data transfer to the computer.


It sits on the floor under my desk, and I never need to touch any controls on it. Originally posted on FutureProducers. Our mkdiman also liked: It’s USB and I use for my desktop and laptop. My version is fairly old still says Midimanbut the newer devices are nearly identical, they just have a different color design. By using our services, you agree to our use of cookies. There is no lag or latency that needs to be compensated, and the lights on the Midisport easily let me know when it’s sending and receiving data.