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admin [Compatibility list]
usbmidisupport [2020/06/11 09:58] (current)
admin [Support for USB MIDI interfaces (version 3.0 or higher)]
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-====== Support for USB MIDI interfaces ​(version 3.0 or higher) ​======+====== Support for USB MIDI interfaces ======
  
 Just like for USB audio, eXtream Software Development has written a driver to use class-compliant USB MIDI interfaces. This also includes MIDI ports on a USB audio interface and some keyboards that have a direct USB MIDI output. Using a MIDI input, one could record MIDI events on a MIDI track and/or play virtual instruments. Using a MIDI output, one can drive synthesizers,​ drum computers, effect processors and more. Just like for USB audio, eXtream Software Development has written a driver to use class-compliant USB MIDI interfaces. This also includes MIDI ports on a USB audio interface and some keyboards that have a direct USB MIDI output. Using a MIDI input, one could record MIDI events on a MIDI track and/or play virtual instruments. Using a MIDI output, one can drive synthesizers,​ drum computers, effect processors and more.
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   * An Android device which has support for USB host mode   * An Android device which has support for USB host mode
   * A USB OTG cable to trigger the USB host mode on your Android device (see [[http://​www.extreamsd.com/​USBAudioRecorderPRO]] for more information on cabling)   * A USB OTG cable to trigger the USB host mode on your Android device (see [[http://​www.extreamsd.com/​USBAudioRecorderPRO]] for more information on cabling)
-  * The MIDI/VI in-app purchase 
  
 //Note//: on some Android devices, usually the cheaper ones or from lesser known brands, it is possible that your USB audio interface with MIDI ports can be used for MIDI, but not for audio. Some Android devices do not support the isochronous USB transfer mode in their kernel that is required for playing and recording audio. However, MIDI uses the '​bulk'​ transfer mode which often is supported. This situation can be recognized when your USB audio device is recognized as audio device, but playing audio gives complete silence and sometimes the time indicator does not move. //Note//: on some Android devices, usually the cheaper ones or from lesser known brands, it is possible that your USB audio interface with MIDI ports can be used for MIDI, but not for audio. Some Android devices do not support the isochronous USB transfer mode in their kernel that is required for playing and recording audio. However, MIDI uses the '​bulk'​ transfer mode which often is supported. This situation can be recognized when your USB audio device is recognized as audio device, but playing audio gives complete silence and sometimes the time indicator does not move.
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   * M-Audio Venom   * M-Audio Venom
   * Novation Impulse 61   * Novation Impulse 61
 +  * Roland A-49
   * Roland HP302   * Roland HP302
   * Samson Graphite 25   * Samson Graphite 25
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