iConnectivity iConnectMIDI1

Class-compliant Inline 1-in/1-out (16-channel) MIDI interface for OS X, Windows, or iOS
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MIDI Made Easy and Convenient!

If you need a reliable interface to get MIDI in and out of your computer or iOS gadget, then the iConnectivity iConnectMIDI1 is a solid choice. This inline, 1-in/1-out MIDI interface connects to whatever device you want to use and simply works. No drivers, so special hoops to jump through, not even an extra power supply - just the way Sweetwater musicians like it. Whether you're connecting a keyboard or a control surface, drum machine or foot pedal, if MIDI is what you need, then the iConnectMIDI1 will do the trick.

iConnectivity iConnectMIDI1 Inline MIDI Interface Features:
  • A totally simple 1-in/1-out (16-channel) MIDI interface for your computer or iOS device
  • USB and Lightning connectivity provide compatibility with your Mac, Windows PC, or iPad/iPhone/iPod touch
  • Class-compliant connection doesn't require drivers or special software of any kind
  • USB bus powered for maximum portability and convenience
  • Standard 5-pin MIDI DIN connections hook up to virtually any MIDI-equipped hardware
Get the MIDI connectivity you need with an iConnectivity iConnectMIDI1!

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Tech Specs

Type Portable
Ports 1 x 1
Computer Connectivity USB
Compatibility - Mac OS X 10.4 or greater
Compatibility - Windows Windows XP SP3 or greater
Power Bus Powered
Manufacturer Part Number icmidi-01L

Customer Reviews

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Greatest Value of the IOS Era!

So simple, yet quality abounds. I have over 575 Apps which means my $799 IPad Air has over $2000 worth of apps on it. Most of these apps are the best of the best Synthesizers that use to cost over $1000 each as Hardware, so you can say I have probably over $15,000 worth of synths that in their days cost over $1000 each. I also have the best VST apps that have been converted to IOS. Why am I telling you these numbers? Simply, because thus $59 midi to IOS IPad or IPhone can be played from any keyboard. I have everything from the KronosX to very old, but now very valued small keyboards with 12. 24, 36 keys or mini keys. This device has become not only the best purchase I have ever made, but let's my fingers play keys, real ones that stretch these apps into amazing steals! I simply plug it into whatever hardware keyboard I desire. Five stars without a thought! However, in this review I wish Apple would have a built in midi in on all of its devices. The midi out would be cool too, but really you just want to plug the iPad into a keyboard to play its sounds. Is there room for a midi in? I think yes, but until then, this is the best way to go by far, if you like easy, light with quality cords as a quality product that I would pay $159.00 for! Thank you, Sweetwater and specifically, Ryan Widermood my rep ext 1390. you simply can't go wrong using him for all of your Sweetwater questions and orders!
Music background: Composer of Filmless Soundtracks


I originally purchased this midi connection interface unit with the idea of making a singular connection between the iConnectMIDI1 and my Mac mini. However, 2 issues arose that caused me some confusion. First, the proprietary USB cable was too short for my connection between my digital piano and my mini mac and I, managed to locate my m-audio Midisport 2 x 2 to extend the connection length. This led to problem #2; there is no manual or instruction sheet with the unit (just a poor diagram) and the leads on the iConnectMIDI1 are labelled on the terminal ends with midi out going to midi out on the Midisport, rather than midi in and visa versa for the midi in. No success! Then, a "AHA" moment; what if I switched connections? That worked like a charm! It is now apparent to me that the lead marked Midi In means send midi in to the iConnectMIDI/computer and the lead marked Midi Out means send midi out to the midi instrument.
See also: iPad MIDI, iConnectivity, iConnectivity MIDI Interfaces, iConnectivity iPad/iPhone MIDI Interfaces