iConnectivity releases mio advanced MIDI interfaces

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iConnectivity has announced the release of the mio2, mio4, and mio10, three models in a new line of ultra-versatile MIDI problem solvers offering support for 0 to 2 computers simultaneously, plus built-in MIDI merging, filtering, remapping and routing.

iConnectAudio mio series
iConnectAudio mio4

iConnectAudio mio2

mio2™, mio4™, and mio10™ work stand-alone or with up to two computers, with technology incorporating not just 5-pin MIDI but also USB MIDI, Ethernet MIDI, and inter-computer MIDI. They accommodate every type of setup used in a modern music-making environment, and their advanced MIDI merging, filtering, remapping, and routing functions take the place of extra hardware units.

“Before iConnectivity came onto the scene and stirred up the MIDI world, interfaces hadn’t changed since the ’80s!” says Al Joelson, VP of Sales and Marketing. “We now have a comprehensive lineup that completely reimagines what a MIDI interface can do. Whether you’re designing a new setup or improving an existing one, we can offer a model that ties it all together.”

The mio™ line handles everything from essential up to extreme MIDI setups, in the studio and on stage. They’re all USB MIDI Class-Compliant, so they plug-‘n-play – no drivers become outdated, and other musicians only have to plug in to collaborate.

Famed musician/sound designer/MIDI wizard Richard Devine has been working with a preproduction unit: “iConnectivity’s new mio10 is the dream MIDI system I’ve been waiting for! Its routing system is very flexible, and it’s a breeze to use. Absolute class all the way. The Rolls Royce of MIDI interfaces!”

mio10 features

  • 56 user-configurable 16-channel MIDI ports.
  • 10×10 5-pin MIDI ports.
  • USB Host Port supports a USB MIDI Class-Compliant device (add your powered USB hub and connect up to ten devices).
  • Ethernet Network MIDI port- use with wired and wireless MIDI networks
  • Works standalone or with up to six computers at the same time!
  • 1U rack mountable enclosure.
  • Capacitive touch display for monitoring MIDI activity.
  • Configuration software makes it simple to create and save routing/merging/filtering presets.
  • Plug-and-play – no drivers to install (USB MIDI Class-Compliant).
  • PC and Mac compatible.

mio2 features

  • Ten user-configurable 16-channel MIDI ports.
  • 2×2 5-PIN MIDI ports.
  • Works standalone or with up to two computers at the same time!
  • Configuration software makes it simple to create and save routing, merging, and filtering presets.
  • Plug-and-play – no drivers to install (USB MIDI Class-Compliant).
  • USB bus-powered.
  • PC and Mac compatible.

mio4 features

  • 48 user-configurable 16-channel MIDI ports.
  • 4×4 5-PIN MIDI ports.
  • USB Host Port supports up to eight USB MIDI Class Compliant devices.
  • Ethernet MIDI Port to use with wired and wireless MIDI networks.
  • Works standalone or with up to six computers at the same time!
  • Configuration software makes it simple to create and save routing, merging, and filtering presets.
  • Plug-and-play – no drivers to install (USB MIDI Class-Compliant).
  • USB bus-powered.
  • PC and Mac compatible.

The complete mio line of advanced MIDI interfaces will premier at Gearfest and is available now for estimated street prices of $299.99 USD for the mio10, $69.99 USD for the mio2, and $149.99 USD for the mio4.

For a closer look, visit iConnectivity at Gearfest and Summer NAMM (in the Hal Leonard booth).

More information: iConnectivity / mio Series

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