On Fri, 20 Jun 2014 20:31:24 -0400
Paul Davis <paul(a)linuxaudiosystems.com> wrote:
On Fri, Jun 20, 2014 at 7:35 PM, Brett McCoy
Negligible. I've been using it (and multimidicast previously) for
years, since I use samplers on a separate machine from where I
sequence, much better than old serial MIDI cables, too, since you can
have multiple MIDI interfaces over a single ethernet interface (and
can be used for wireless also, like with TouchDAW)
and moreover, you can have multiple computers "connected" to the same
controller without moving any cables. i don't mean simultaneously, but if
you use computer A then computer B and they are both on the same network,
they both can communicate with the controller without any replugging. a
small but lovely thing. it would have been lovely if apple (cough, cough)
had adopted this also but they rolled their own solution.
Thanks for all the info. This does indeed look seriously impressive.
However, I think I should probably asked in LAU!
It wasn't me! (Well actually, it probably was)
... the hard part is not dodging what life throws at you,
but trying to catch the good bits.