Showing posts with label CME. Show all posts
Showing posts with label CME. Show all posts

Saturday, December 09, 2023

"These Go To 11" // Remixing 'This is Spinal Tap' // Teenage Enginerring EP-133 KO-II

video upload by Yuri Wong

"Remixed on the @teenageengineering EP-133 KO II Sampler with Korg Nanokey Studio
Completed in Logic Pro
0:00 Making-of
2:45 Let's Jam
3:16 Full Song

Nigel Tufnel: The numbers all go to eleven. Look, right across the board, eleven, eleven, eleven and...
Marty DiBergi: Oh, I see. And most amps go up to ten?
Nigel Tufnel: Exactly.
Marty DiBergi: Does that mean it's louder? Is it any louder?
Nigel Tufnel: Well, it's one louder, isn't it? It's not ten. You see, most blokes, you know, will be playing at ten. You're on ten here, all the way up, all the way up, all the way up, you're on ten on your guitar. Where can you go from there? Where?
Marty DiBergi: I don't know.
Nigel Tufnel: Nowhere. Exactly. What we do is, if we need that extra push over the cliff, you know what we do?
Marty DiBergi: Put it up to eleven.
Nigel Tufnel: Eleven. Exactly. One louder.
Marty DiBergi: Why don't you just make ten louder and make ten be the top number and make that a little louder?
Nigel Tufnel: [pause] These go to eleven."

Wireless MIDI on the EP-133 KO-II?? (NO Computer Needed)

video upload by Yuri Wong

Sunday, November 26, 2023

Luminous Trilogy & A CATALOGUE OF FM MATERIALS by Element433 ( a.k.a. Pere Villez)

via Element433 (Pere Villez)

"When I made the popular YouTube series 'FM Catalogue of Materials', many viewers commented that they would love to see some more of the 'music tech as cinema' style created in the videos.

My new project 'Luminous Trilogy' release, does exactly that. In part 1 'WTD', synths and synth technical diagrams, together with Pure Data/Max patches, become casual parts of the film's environment, which is set in an alt near future. Part 1 was realised with analogue modular, whereas Part 2 "Breath" was scored using binaural audio, VCV rack and live Indian tablas. Part 3 'Contrails' uses physical models, Samplicity's Berlin Studios and vintage FM hardware."

Update: Element433 has made the VCV patch and assets used in the film "Breath" below a free download. You can find instructions on downloading the patch and setting it up here:

Luminous Trilogy

video uploads by Element433 ( a.k.a. Pere Villez)

"Three music shorts around the theme of light, from incandescent urban folklore set in the near future, electric neon glowing medussae to impossible skies, all to the sound of dark ambient and techno-world music"


Walking The Dulzaina - Luminous Trilogy - Part 1
Walking The Dulzaina is an edited one-shot music film which details the manic walkthrough time-lapse of an imaginary synthesised dulzaina (Spanish folkloric instrument) being taken for a walk through the "Las Vegas" like dressed streets of a small village festive celebration set somewhere in the near future.

The visuals are nods to the Bladerunner, Lynch, Weirdcore and Kubrick where the glow of transparent neon CRTs, display technical diagrams with a music technology theme. Some suddenly slide up from the ground, while others cross from one side of the street to another.

The music is inspired by minimalism, industrial techno synth-folk where Steve Reich and Techno meet Raymond Scott and 1960's BBC radiophonic.

Musical Equipment Detail:

Intro: Moog Subharmonicon through Fairfield Randy's Revenge ring modular - into two crunchy Elby Systems stereo valve preamps and out into a stereo pair of Doepfer A-199 spring tanks).

Dulzainas: Buchla Easel Command sometimes untreated and sometimes solo through a J.H. 'Son of a Storm Tide' stereo analogue studio flanger (built by Van Daal Electronics (second dulzainas and very low transition whoooses). Buchla and Subharmonicon sync locked and clock divided by Ornaments and Crime clock divider.

Final wormhole sequence: Subharmonicon through stereo A-199 Doepfer spring reverbs and Paulstretched.

This work is not sponsored by any the manufacturers mentioned. They are personally purchased pieces of equipment.


Tuesday, August 01, 2023

CME WIDI - Wireless MIDI from DX5 to Jupiter 8 Kenton DCB/MIDI Adaptor box CLEAR ACROSS THE STUDIO!

video upload by Mystic Frequencies

"There is nothing better than CME's Wireless MIDI devices known as WIDI!
I truly wish I had more of these or a multi channel WIDI setup as these are awesome! I also use a CME WIDI between my AZ-1 Keytar and Kawai SX240 making my Keytar completely cordless, no wires! A truly great product!"

Wednesday, July 05, 2023

CME iWA - High quality wireless audio for musicians - no latency, no interference

Quick prototype test video upload by CME Pro - The MIDI Experts showing latency response.

Press release follows:

[Singapore, July 5 2023] CME, the people behind WIDI Bluetooth MIDI, is proud to introduce its groundbreaking iWA (Instant Wireless Audio) technology.

This revolutionary solution sets a new standard for wireless audio transmission for musicians, with high immunity to interference and near-zero latency.

CME's iWA is poised to redefine the way musicians think about wireless audio.

iWA: Near-zero latency!
iWA technology is designed with musicians in mind. It offers wireless HD audio in stereo. In out latest tests, over-the-air latency is reduced to a staggering 1ms.

This makes iWA indistinguishable from wired solutions in a double-blind test and it will easily outperform any competing technology in its price range.

iWA: No interference!
iWA technology is highly immune for interference. It introduces a groundbreaking nano-second pulse transmission technology.

This completely removes the challenges experienced when operating on overcrowded frequencies as used by Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and other solutions.

iWA: Uncompressed HD audio!
iWA technology cherishes sound. It uses an extremely wide bandwidth to allow uncompressed transmission of HD audio in stereo.

Software codecs and other compression technologies are no longer needed. With enough space for correction on-the-fly: what goes in, simply goes out!

"As the developers of WIDI, we understand that Bluetooth technology cannot fully meet the needs of all musicians when it comes to transmitting audio." said Zhao Yitian, CEO at CME. "This realisation has inspired us to rise to the challenge and continue to innovate. In the end, we decided to take this risk and work with the community to develop iWA technology from scratch."

CME's IWA wireless audio technology has vast potential across a wide range of applications, including headphones, studio monitors and TX/RX solutions. Initially, the focus is on providing a solution for near-field scenarios where immediate response is required, such as in the studio and during rehearsals.

To learn more about CME's breakthrough IWA wireless audio technology and its transformative impact on the creative process, please visit this page.

About CME:
CME is a pioneering technology company committed to pushing boundaries and shaping the future of music making through innovative solutions. With a relentless focus on delivering excellence, CME empowers musicians to embrace tomorrow’s technology and discover new ways to create.

Additional details:

Wednesday, November 16, 2022

CME Intros 4 New MIDI Solutions Shipping Now

via CME

"Following the successful launch of WIDI, the Bluetooth MIDI revelation, CME is introducing a new line of MIDI tools that are affordable yet give an extra edge.

As a contributing board member of the MIDI Association, the CME team is part of the latest developments in MIDI, including MPE, MIDI 2.0 and BLE MIDI.

With more than 30 years of professional experience, the new range is designed to operate without data errors, without signal loss and without dropouts.

Combining the best of both worlds with the latest components, they will appeal to all music makers. And at today's price point, they are accessible to all.

Finally, you can break down the barriers between smart devices and traditional MIDI hardware. Discover exciting new ways to work through a unique combination of high-precision wired and ultra-low latency wireless.

Buy directly from the people who make it with 30% off in November via the CME store."



Retail: US$ 49.99

Plug-and-play USB MIDI interface
Standalone 3-in-3-out MIDI interface
Advanced MIDI routing and filtering software


Retail: US$ 39.99

1-in-5-out MIDI Thru/Split
Optional Bluetooth MIDI via WIDI Core
Near-zero latency and jitter by using the best components


Retail: US$ 29.99

BLE MIDI breakout board for DIY and MIDI developers
Ultra-low 3ms latency
20m/65ft plain sight range


Retail: US$ 69.99

2-in-6-out MIDI Thru/Split
1-in-5-out MIDI I/O + 1-in-1-out Bluetooth MIDI
Connect up to 10 devices

Going Wireless with the CME WIDI Thru6 BT and WIDI Master

Pictured here is a mini setup I have sitting to my left pretty much at all times. As you can imagine I spend quite a bit of time running this site. When I'm too tired and/or can't get into the studio, I'll often fiddle with this setup. I swap out synths depending on what I'm in the mood for. Currently you'll see a Sequential OB-6 desktop, Audiothingies Micromonsta, Strymon Big Sky, and Elektron Digitakt all running through a Rolls line mixer which runs out to an iConnectAudio4 MIDI and audio interface which I currently only use for capturing audio on the laptop. Normally I have my laptop sitting where the Keystep, and further below, the MicroKorg are. The Keystep is my main controller, but I brought up the MicroKorg to test it out with the CME Widi Master for complete wireless control. I have the Keystep and/or MicroKorg leaning up on the side of my makeshift table and I just bring them up on my lap when I want to use them. One thing I hate dealing with is plugging in the MIDI and power cables. Yes I am that lazy, especially after a long bout of posting. You might ask why not leave them plugged in. Well, the cables kind of get in the way of a small storage box I have under the setup. That said, I've been eyeing CME's wireless adapters for some time. When they announced the WIDI Thru6 BT, I thought I'd reach out to them for a review unit as I am a little tight on expendable funds at the moment. Fortunately they agreed to send me the WIDI Thru6 BT and a WIDI Master. You can see the Widi Master plugged into the back of the Keystep and the MicroKorg below. You can see the WIDI Thru6 BT sitting to the side of the OB-6, but in use I just have it resting on the floor to my right and behind me. I was curious if the wireless connection would work with the WIDI Master both pointing directly away from the Thru6 and having my armchair in between. I'm happy to report there were no problems at all. Nada. It just works. I was also curious if I'd have to pair the two every time I powered things on, or after a period of no use. I'm happy to report I didn't have to. I fired them up days later and they just worked. I can now just flip a switch to turn everything on and I'm good to go.

There is one quirky thing I do want to mention. When you first set up the WIDI Thru6 BT and CME Widi Master you might have to update the firmware on each depending on when they left the factory and when the latest firmware update was released. In my case I did have to update both. The quirky thing is after you update either, you have to go into your Bluetooth settings (iPhone Settings for me), click on the WIDI device in the list and select "forget the device", then restart Bluetooth altogether and re-add the device. Basically after the firmware update it's as if the device is seen as a new separate device in Bluetooth settings but will not show up as long as the previous device is still on the list. So, firmware update = new device. If you try to connect the original device it will fail. You can find addtional setup and configuration details on their website here.

That said, once it's all setup and good to go, it's a great little system. The connection is stable and I do not notice any latency at all. I tried maxing out the built-in sequencer and ARP of the Keystep to see if I could overload the connection and it was rock solid.

Anything that can reduce cabling and improve ease of use, especially after a long day of work, is a plus in my book.

You can find additional details on the CME WIDI Thru6 BT, WIDI Master, and additional CME devices on their website at

PS. Apologies for the quality of the pics. The lighting isn't the greatest but that's how I like it. :)

Thursday, October 20, 2022

CME Introduces WIDI Thru6 BT

via CME

"WIDI Thru6 BT is the world's first MIDI Thru box that combines wired and wireless MIDI from a single box.

Discover exciting new ways to work through a unique combination of high-precision wired and ultra-low latency wireless. Connect up to 10 MIDI devices simultaneously.

Simply plug in any MIDI devices with standard MIDI I/O via MIDI cables. Go wireless with ultra-low 3ms latency advanced wireless MIDI as developed by CME.

2-in-6-out MIDI Thru/Split
High-precision 32-bit processor
High-speed optocoupler
WIDI technology integrated
Retail $€ 69.99

WIDI Thru 6BT is now available for pre-order with a 30% discount through the CME website. The first units are already being shipped worldwide...."

Friday, September 23, 2022

Polyphonic aftertouch with Prophet 10 and Xkey - Is PAT really better than monophonic aftertouch?

video upload by Friendly Noise

"The keyboard on the Prophet 10 generates channel (monophonic) aftertouch, but the Prophet can also receive polyphonic aftertouch from an external source. This is what the video is about.

Reading the comments included in the video helps understanding of what’s going on."

Thursday, March 31, 2022

CME's SWIDI Behringer Clone Was An April Fool's Joke?

Follow-up to this post featuring a black model. via CME:

"It all started as an April Fool's joke...

We were actually wondering what would happen if a small innovator like CME cloned a clone.

Simply raising the question of what innovation is all about.

A good joke often hurts a little. It was in no way our intention to offend anyone. Not a company. And certainly not a person.

Next time we will think of other creative ways to get your attention. No worries about that.

That said, the number of responses we got was staggering.

Apparently, innovation is not only about new technology, but also about offering existing solutions at an attractive price.

That got us thinking. Should we make this practical joke a reality?

Actually, this all depends on you. That's why we ask you to participate.

If you have a few minutes, take a look at project SWIDI!"

"This is a crowd creation project.
With 3,000 active registrants SWIDI becomes a reality.
Register now to get 50% discount during presale.
Target retail price is US$ 79
Sign up today. Become part of the process."

Tuesday, March 22, 2022

CME Introduces SWIDI Wireless Xkey Controller Inspired by Behringer

Wireless charging as well. The keyboard will MSRP at $€79 on May 2. Curious if a wireless charge will be included. I'm not finding one on the CEM site.

via CME

"Redefining the Xkey Experience

Echoing the feel and look of the Xkey Air, the brand new SWIDI will make you rethink Bluetooth MIDI.

SWIDI is a progressive music tool that combines the functionalities of your keyboard controller with a step sequencer like no other.

With SWIDI you can control analog and digital devices. Completely wireless. It is the end of MIDI cables and power cords.

It's your 100% true portable solution that's fully compatible with any Bluetooth MIDI solution, including WIDI.

The key to absolute control

SWIDI gives you full control over any synthesizer or virtual instrument in your DAW via Bluetooth MIDI.

With an unparalleled 64-step sequencer, with an 8-note polyphonic sequence and 32 slim keys, SWIDI takes MIDI to new heights.

Its integrated WIDI technology links SWIDI as a central controller with up to four (4) peripherals. Without wires. With and completely without computers.

Finally, you can create 1-to-4 MIDI configurations over air. Enjoy freedom on stage and in the studio with its unique wireless charging pad.

Premium Bluetooth MIDI

SWIDI is based on Xkey technology combined with the latest version of WIDI. Access uniform communication between any device of any brand with the most advanced wireless MIDI technology currently available.

Ultra low 3ms latency between WIDI equipped devices
65ft / 20m plain sight range between WIDI equipped devices
Add up to five (5) Bluetooth MIDI devices with group auto-learn
Optimise for latency or jitter performance via WIDI App (iOS/Android)

The finishing touch....

WIDI is a 100% community-driven technology, validated by thousands of MIDI enthusiasts around the world. Simply power & play at any fixed location with its unique charging station. Fully charge your SWIDI in two (2) hours and enjoy eight (8) hours of pure freedom.

Wireless MIDI. Wireless charging.
No redundant ports. No component shortage.
Available May 2, 2022
Retail $€ 79"

Wednesday, September 29, 2021

String King: Sequential OB-6, Alesis MIDIVerb II X 2, QuadraVerb, Audiothingies Doctor A, CME XKey

video upload by

"Exploring the softer side of the OB-6, this time with the CME XKey 37 for polyphonic aftertouch. Most of the reverb is coming from the Alesis vintage rack stack: MV II Preset 28 (XLarge Warm 5s), MVII Preset 29 (XLarge Warm 15s), QV Preset 75 (Taj Mahal). The Audiothingies Doctor A adds some modulated delay and a small touch of concert hall reverb. The polyphonic aftertouch on the CME XKey is very difficult to control, and I've got the sensitivity turned all the way down. The cool thing is that any chords played on the XKey will have a natural chorus effect, as it's impossible to play all the notes with the same amount of downward pressure. Flaws (and lack of ability) aside, the results with the XKey can be stunning, so I'm keeping it for now."

Friday, June 11, 2021

Beat Bars Footswitch to MIDI adapter

video by boxoftextures

"This is not exactly a synth demo, but rather a demo of how to connect a "standard" sustain pedal to a laptop or iPad. Not too difficult a task but it took a little research to find a good pedal-to-USB adapter. I'm using the Beat Bars FS2M adapter, which I'm very happy with. 1/4" TRS jack on one end, micro USB on the other. Can take pretty much any one- or two-switch pedal and send it right to your computer. I mean, not that big a deal but didn't realize how much I missed having a pedal when using piano apps, for example. And yes, some MIDI keyboards have a pedal jack input, but with today's super-thin portable bluetooth MIDI keyboards that's perhaps starting to become a thing of the past.

Beat Bars CME Xkey Air Screenflow from Telestream DaVinci Resolve XLN Addictive Keys Studio Grand Audio Technica BPHS1 broadcast headset

Twitter: @selgart

Monday, March 29, 2021

CME WIDI Master Bluetooth Demo & Roland MC-101 First Demo

video by SynthAddict

Great website on the left. ;)

"WIDI Master uses MIDI DIN-5 in and out ports, powered by the out port

When plugged in to MIDI out it starts in Master Mode to pair with any nearby
MIDI controller without a computer (DAWless). If no master is found in few moments it goes into normal mode like other mfg's BT dongles (Yamaha etc.).

Following the WIDI demo is my first Roland MC-101 demo, right out of the box. What a great little unit. The WIDI allowed me to use my CME XKey Air 25 to add expression (velocity/aftertouch) the the MC-101 (the pads don’t send either).

With the MC-101 0n batteries as well as the XKey, it’s a great wireless MIDI, portable studio. You can add samples to the SD card from iPhones now (with a simple card adapter) so a computer is not needed, only for Roland Cloud patches :-)"

Thursday, March 25, 2021

BladerVerb II: Sequential OB-6, Alesis MDIVerb II, Source Audio Ventris, CME XKey (poly aftertouch)

video by thesrabbit

"Inspired by feedback received from my last video [posted here], I wanted to do some more Blade Runnery things with the same foundation as last time: Sequential OB-6 GeoSynths 016 preset with internal FX turned off, Alesis MIDIVerb II preset 29 "XLarge Warm 15 sec.", and the CME XKey 37 for poly aftertouch. Someone brought up the vintage knob and of course I totally forgot about that until after I recorded the last vid. This time I dialed it up to somewhere between 10 and 11 o'clock. Another person suggested maybe using an Alesis Quadraverb or Wedge to get that modulated swirl reverb going, a characteristic of the Lexicon 224 sound used in the original Blade Runner soundtrack. I don't have either of those, but I do have another unit that's capable of modulated reverb for days, the Source Audio Ventris Dual Reverb. I thought it would be fun to put that at the end of the chain, after the MIDIVerb II. I set it to E-Dome, mod depth pretty high, and the mod speed very slow. In the video, you can see the light on the Ventris glowing, that indicates its internal LFO speed used for modulation. In order to have any sort of clarity, I had to dial the mix on the MIDIVerb II back to about 50/50 dry/wet, which is less than I would like for this type of sound.

After the main tune, I play a small rendition with varying degrees of effects so you can get a better idea of what each "layer" sounds like: OB-6 completely dry, OB-6 with MIDIVerb II only, OB-6 with Ventris only, and just for fun, the OB-6 with its own internal FX (closer to the sound of the original 016 GeoSynths preset)

Something happened when I patched this up and I might have a bad cable running to the MIDIVerb II from my patchbay. The signal coming into the MVII is a bit weak on one of the channels. The unit still emits a stereo signal filled with spacious reverb, but it's as if there's an extended pre-delay happening on one side. After a while there's so much reverb built up that you don't really notice. I didn't notice it when playing, but I definitely did when setting up the little demo of each FX layer afterwards. Unfortunately, I did not capture the dry output of the synth, so there was no way to go back and fix it.

Once again there is no post processing. You're only hearing the synth running through the two reverb units. That's it."

Follow-up to this post.

Tuesday, March 23, 2021

Blade Runner Theme Jam/Cover: Sequential OB-6, Alesis MIDIVerb II, CME XKey 37 with Poly Aftertouch

video by thesrabbit

"Like the title says, the music is obviously from the movie Blade Runner, the legendary soundtrack by the mighty Vangelis. This isn't really intended to be a cover per se, but more of a Blade Runner Theme inspired jam to check out some new gear that I acquired over the weekend. I don't even know if I'm playing the right notes or if I'm in the right key, so please don't be offended if I have butchered some things. In fact, I may have borrowed from the Blade Runner 2049 soundtrack without realizing it, since I watched that movie recently. So I'd better give props to all the greats: Vangelis, Hans Zimmer, and Benjamin Wallfisch.

Fresh in over the weekend is the Alesis MIDIVerb II rack unit and CME XKey 37 (with poly aftertouch). Tonight I turned on the MIDIVerb II for the first time and quickly found preset 29, "XLarge Warm 15 seconds". It seems to work very well with the Sequential OB-6 on the GeoSynths 016 preset. Is the MIDIVerb II a poor man's Lexicon 224? Probably not, but I think it still sounds very nice and has that thing called "character". It's definitely very digital and very 80's. The CME XKey 37 is plugged straight into the MIDI In port of the OB-6. This is my first time ever trying to play anything with polyphonic aftertouch. For those who are not aware, the keyboard of the OB-6 does not transmit polyphonic aftertouch, but the synth responds to it over MIDI. I set the sensitivity on the XKey as low as possible (I think), but as you can see (and hear), I still struggled a lot to control it, and that's with hardly any aftertouch depth dialed in on the synth, like 2 semitones of pitch bend at maximum pressure. The effects on the synth are turned off and there are no other effects besides the MIDIVerb II. The mix on the MIDIVerb II is approximately 45% dry and 55% wet. There is no additional processing. The sound you're hearing is straight out of the MIDIVerb II's outputs directly into a Focusrite audio interface, recorded to a single stereo track.

I think it sounds pretty good. Imagine what it would sound like played by someone who can actually play.

For OB-6 owners, you can find the GeoSynths preset here as part of the Evolution Volume 1 set:​"

Friday, February 19, 2021

ROLAND VERSELAB MV-1 Song Production Studio | Live Session | Demo

video by SOULKEYS

"#VERSELAB​ MV-1 - Roland´s new #groovebox​ #drummachine​ is definitive not only for trap and hiphop...The 128 voices ZEN-Core Soundengine is huge. Thank You for watching."

Thursday, November 26, 2020

CME WIDI Jack Production Sample in Action!

Failed Muso

"Here’s CME’s latest addition to the WIDI Bluetooth MIDI family, the WIDI Jack.

This literally just arrived direct from the factory and worked right out of the box. Excuse my chaotic desk and presentation but this is a very exciting development. WIDI Jack brings Bluetooth 5 wireless MIDI functionality to devices that don’t have powered MIDI ports or use either 2.5mm or 3.5mm (yes, I know I said 2.5 inch in the video!) TRS MIDI ports. It can also connect to regular 5-pin DIN MIDI or 6-pin DIN Mini MIDI ports with the correct cables. These cables can be chosen when you order your WIDI Jack. You get one cable choice included in the price, which will be $59 (or $29 if you register you interest now!)"

Tuesday, October 06, 2020

Wave + CME WIDI Master Juno 60 Demo

Genki Instruments

In this demo, Wave, the wearable MIDI controller and the WIDI Master, the MIDI over Bluetooth adapter connect to the classic synth, Juno-60 with Tubbutec Juno-66 mod. Vibrato and filter cut-off are being controlled with Wave, adding another dimension to this classic 80's synthesizer.

//Hardware used
Wave by Genki Instruments
Tubbutec mod

See the Genki label below for more.

Monday, July 27, 2020

CME Introduces WIDI Master - Wireless MIDI over Bluetooth

via CME

"After the successful launch of WIDI Master, we present to you the 2nd member of the WIDI family.

Meet WIDI Jack! The Bluetooth MIDI interface.

It is an interface solution that offers multiple exchangeable cable options. Plus the ability of an external power source. It ensures wireless MIDI connectivity for even the rarest vintage synths as well as the boutique style devices!

Our WIDI technology delivers ultra low latency (3ms between two WIDI products with BLE5 in tests) over Bluetooth through dual role automation and 4 additional smart algorithmic solutions that optimise performance both on stage as well as in the studio.

What is WIDI Jack?
WIDI Jack is your virtual MIDI interface
Bluetooth MIDI is the new wireless standard as approved by the MMA.
Now you can connect all your MIDI devices - without computers - without cables - with WIDI Jack!"

Friday, March 27, 2020

CME presents WIDI Master - Wireless Bluetooth MIDI Adapters

Published on Mar 27, 2020 CME Pro - wireless audio & midi technology

"With WIDI Master you can connect all your MIDI devices without wires. No matter if they are master or slave. For instance, you can connect two standalone MIDI hardware devices. Furthermore, you can pair your Bluetooth MIDI controller with any standalone MIDI hardware device. Also, you can pair your standalone MIDI hardware (switch to slave mode) with any iOS device or Mac. In addition, for Windows and Android users, you can use our WIDI BUD to fully enjoy these benefits."

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