New CV - MIDI Interface From TA Programming

Four CV outs plus MIDI over USB      11/06/19

New CV - MIDI Interface From TA Programming

TA Programming have just released a premium MIDI and CV interface, with on board EPROM memory allowing current MIDI configuration and CV scaling to work in standalone mode.

TA programming CV interface

The TA Programming MIDI & CV Interface  is made from CNC anodised aluminium with USB, 2 DIN ports and 4 universal CV outputs plus a control dial. Units can be daisy-chained to provide more CV and MIDI outputs as required.

Available from priced at £249


  • Universal 1-click auto-routing system. Capable of routing from any MIDI parameter on any channel to any output. Sources include USB and DIN.
  • 4 Universally Routable Outputs. Drive up to 2 independent mono-synths with pitch and gate, simultaneously with extra low latency, or up to 4 independent synths for any other type of control.
  • MIDI – USB Pass Through. Enables a low latency MIDI to USB converter straight out the box, with no setup required. Compatible with SYSEX transfer, and able to work independently of the CV outputs.
  • Multi-Synth Control. Using MIDI Passthrough and Routing features available, the interface can drive up to 15 independent synthesizers, either using MIDI over DIN or by daisy chaining the Interfaces via DIN to create more CV outputs.
  • Linked Mode. Control multiple synths from one keyboard in a split configuration.
  • Intelli-Glide. Gives you more musical control over portamento using articulation.


  • Versatile Configuration. Easily configure custom MIDI and Voltage ranges, negative/positive gates, V/Oct & Hz/V selection, pitch bend and portamento.
  • Enhanced Scaling Accuracy. Achieved with Multipoint Mapping + Realtime Floating Point Conversion. Our scaling technology is able to account for synths that are out of tune, drifting, and even synths that have non-linearities on their V/Oct range.
  • Extra Pitch Stability. Ensured by our layered decoupling topology and advanced power regulation circuits, which preserve your tuning no matter the USB host.
  • -9V to +10V Output Range. Works with almost any synthesizer on the market. Can supply enough voltage to even trigger some +15V only gates.




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