MOTU MIDI Express XT Returns

8-in/8-out MIDI interface, patchbay, and merger with time code sync      28/09/11

MOTU MIDI Express XT Returns


Buying Choices
MOTU tell us that they are once again shipping the MIDI Express XT, a 128-channel USB MIDI interface for Mac and Windows with plug-and-play USB connectivity to any computer, sub-millisecond MIDI timing accuracy, 8 separate MIDI inputs, 9 MIDI outputs, time code sync, a foot switch input, and MIDI processing features, including routing, merging, and muting.
Designed and engineered for both personal and professional use, the Express XT now includes support for 23.976 SMPTE time code and ships with completely updated ClockWorks software for Mac OS X and Windows 7/Vista. MOTU say that the MIDI Express XT can be used in a wide variety of applications, including:
  • Comprehensive MIDI connectivity for small, medium, and large recording studios
  • MIDI programming features for live performance
  • Time code synchronization for audio, video, and broadcast applications
  • Multi-output MIDI streaming for industrial applications such as robotics automation control systems
The MIDI Express XT supports Mac OS X (10.5 or later) and Windows 7/Vista.
Pricing and Availability:
The MIDI Express XT is now shipping. Price remains the same at $395. More information:

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