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Anpou USB MIDI Plug Cable Converter

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Turn your PC into a music studio by connecting a music keyboard to your computer with the USB MIDI cable converter.This sturdy MIDI & USB interface MIDI USB cable converter is self-powered and connects to your computer's USB port. No need fo...
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  • No need for tools or computer disassembly
  • This sturdy MIDI & USB interface MIDI USB cable converter is self-powered and connects to your computer's USB port
  • There's no need for additional cables - this MIDI USB Cable Converter interface comes with integral USB and MIDI cables as part of its sturdy construction
  • It's the simplest & most convenient way to connect a keyboard or controller to a computer
  • Turn your PC into a music studio
  • Cable Length: 2120mm / 83.5in(L)

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  • There's no need for additional cables - this MIDI USB Cable Converter interface comes with integral USB and MIDI cables as part of its sturdy construction

 


  • It's the simplest & most convenient way to connect a keyboard or controller to a computer
  • This sturdy MIDI & USB interface USB MIDI cable converter is self-powered and connects to your computer's USB port

 


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Anpou USB MIDI Plug Cable Converter
Anpou USB MIDI Plug Cable Converter
Anpou USB MIDI Plug Cable Converter
Anpou USB MIDI Plug Cable Converter
How to Troubleshoot a USB MIDI?


MIDI digital music programs allow you to record original beats using virtual instruments that you select on your screen. In order to play these instruments, you need to connect a virtual MIDI instrument, such as a digital keyboard, to your computer. Most computer sound cards do not contain MIDI cable ports, but they do contain USB ports, and you can connect your instrument using a MIDI-to-USB converter cable. If you hook up your digital instrument(s) in this manner and find that you cannot achieve a connection, try some basic troubleshooting techniques.


  • Check your connections. Each MIDI component has two to three separate ports: a "MIDI In" port and a "MIDI Out" port, and sometimes a "MIDI Thru" port. In order to transfer notes from an instrument to a computer, you must ensure that your cable connects to the "MIDI In" port on the converter cable, and the "MIDI Out" port on the instrument. If transferring from a computer to a MIDI instrument, use the "MIDI Out" port on the converter cable and the "MIDI In" port on the instrument. Connect the USB connector on the converter cable to any available USB slot on your computer.
  • Move your USB connector to a different USB port, especially if using a controller keyboard that requires a USB power source. A weak-powered USB slot may be unable to carry the power of your instrument, so try switching to a different port to resolve the problem. Try using a USB port directly on your computer (indicated by the three-pointed trident symbol above each port), and not an external USB hub.
  • Check your software settings. In order to transfer MIDI via USB, you must use a program that reads MIDI notation, such as Pro-Tools, GarageBand, Audition, Logic, Reason, Cakewalk or Cubase. Open your "Options" or "Preferences" panel, usually found on your menu bar, select your "MIDI" preferences if indicated by a separate heading, and select your USB converter cable or interface from the list of "Input" sources (if transferring notation from the instrument to the computer) or "Output" sources (if transferring notation from the computer to the instrument).
  • Plug in a different MIDI cable. Like all audio and video cables, a MIDI cable can short out and lose its ability to transfer data. If none of the above methods resolve your problem, try replacing your MIDI cable with a new one, available at music and electronics supply stores.

Package Included:


  • 1 x USB MIDI Cable Converter