iConnectivity mioXL

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8x12 MIDI / USB network interface

  • 8 MIDI inputs and 12 MIDI outputs
  • 10 USB-MIDI host connectors with MIDI class-compliant support
  • MIDI interface, USB-MIDI, MIDI filter, MIDI patch-bay, MIDI routing matrix, MIDI merger
  • RTP-MIDI network connector with 22 virtual MIDI ports, controllable via a single cable
  • Wireless network MIDI functionality possible via WIFI (standard WIFI network hub required)
  • Multiple computers can be connected to each other via virtual network ports
  • Plug & play
  • Touch-sensitive control panel with touch control and additional OLED display
  • Custom presets can be saved and recalled from the control panel
  • Design: 19" / 1HE
  • System requirements: Minimum Mac OS X 10.11 or higher, Windows 10 or higher, iOS 8 or higher with camera connection kit
  • Includes Auracle software (download for Mac & Windows), power supply 12V 36W with exchangeable adapters for NA, EU, UK and AU (Australia), USB- and ethernet-cable
available since October 2019
Item number 476770
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Amount Of Inputs 8
SMPTE Timecode No
Serial Port No
$315
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David Trebicky 24.06.2021
I was looking for a device that would route all my MIDI connections in the studio and I almost bought a vintage 19" rack device (EDIROL UM-880) when I found out about this product. (ofc no warranty for the vintage gear and price was 80% of this unit)
I have already used all the connections (USB, DAW, MIDI) and everything works as expected. The setup is straightforward although you need to use a computer. However you can save routing presets and then use it without a computer which is one of the advantages over other similar products that only work with computer connected. The build quality is perfect, design looks really good and feels like using high-end device. The software is well made, fast, easy to use. For someone the price might be too high, but you really get what you pay for. You can also get one of the smaller versions if you have smaller setup. Overall this product is great and I am perfectly happy with it. I would recommend it to anyone who uses a lot of MIDI devices as this is going to make your life so much easier.
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Great hardware, but...
TurreT 26.11.2020
The device itself seems great, but there are several other caveats.

The control software (Auracle) does not scale to a device with this many ports at all, for complicated configurations beware of carpal tunnel syndrome from all the clicking. Also beware that while the previous generation SysEx control commands were thoroughly documented, this new X-series uses a completely different protocol which is NOT documented and queries about this have been met with deadly silence. So you'll be stuck with Auracle, and you can forget about scripting and automation. Also, overall documentation is almost non-existent (videos? come on...)
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The midi signal is arriving on platform DIN1 channel 2 ...
digitm 18.11.2019
I use it at the moment in Win7/x64 and it works.
So far I have tried to connect unit via USB as well LAN - both connections worked. I was able to configure what I wanted (several synths via DIN ports, midi controller, DAW in PC) so I like it.

Auracle software is a bit unstable on Win7. It crashes quite frequently however mostly gives enough time to setup the unit. Maybe it is because of Win7 which is stated as unsupported platform but it is hard to say.
Hopefully there will be some updates to the software in the future. If it crashes a check in windows task manager is recommended to kill failed application or it just consumes resources.

Documentation seems to be missing. There are some tutorial videos which cover relatively a lot but I recommend to get mio10 manual with a block diagram which helped me to see the flow of filtering/routing/remapping & their precedence.

I am not sure about the price jump comparing to mio10.
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One MIDI box to rule them all
breakline 13.05.2020
This is an amazingly simple yet complicate box basically to solve all your MIDI problems. I had problems like mering MIDI and multi-client issues (using editor VSTs for external synths while driving them via an USAMO box etc.) and this can solve it all. It works "out of the box" as a normal MIDI in/out device, but you can route anything to anywhere so this solves all merging and diverging issues. There is good driver for my Windows and the routing software worked super well.

It of course fits into your rack and looking pretty good as well.

All in all an excellent MIDI solution and probably the last one you ever need
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