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USB ports not appearing when connected to iconnectivity Mio XL
#11
(06-04-2020, 05:44 PM)Bigsniff Wrote: I'mw working around this right now by using the NDLR"s DIN MIDI out A and B to two of the Mio XL's MIDI inputs and spreading my four parts across those two then using the Mio to route them to where they need to go.

i wish this option would work for me, but i'm all out of DIN-MIDI inputs on the mioxl. Cry

EDIT: okay, so i'm solving this by using an old midi interface i've had for a while. https://bit.ly/3haZTyy
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#12
I just became aware of the NDLR yesterday and am very interested in this device. My MIDI interface is a mio10 though, so I'm having second thoughts, as it seems the mio interfaces and NDLR don't get along. I could pick up a different MIDI interface like a MOTU MIDI Express XT, which I've had in the past, but would prefer not to have to switch everything over (and spend the money) if I don't have to. 

Are there any updates on using the NDLR with a mio interface?
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#13
(08-28-2020, 07:28 AM)The Vang Man Wrote: I just became aware of the NDLR yesterday and am very interested in this device. My MIDI interface is a mio10 though, so I'm having second thoughts, as it seems the mio interfaces and NDLR don't get along. I could pick up a different MIDI interface like a MOTU MIDI Express XT, which I've had in the past, but would prefer not to have to switch everything over (and spend the money) if I don't have to. 

Are there any updates on using the NDLR with a mio interface?
Hey Vang,
While there are no updates, you can still easily use the NDLR with the MIO, you would just need to use the Non-USB midi ports to do so, any of the DIN inputs should work, It's only when trying to use it as a USB host that it has issues as far as I'm aware.
Jesse
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#14
Thanks, Jesse. Good to know!
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#15
Big Grin 
(01-03-2020, 03:59 PM)If you need some testing you could send us (iConnectivity) over a NDLR and we could take a look at it.Travis SiConnectivity Senior Support Specialist Wrote:
(01-02-2020, 07:09 AM)Bigsniff Wrote: If you want help beta testing the router, I’m glad to get in the mix. I am currently putting the iconnectivity Mio XL through its paces with:

Keystep
Kordbot
NDLR
Microfreak
Minilogue XD
Korg ARP Odyssey
Ensoniq SQ-80 (multitimbral)
Roland Alpha Juno
Roland MT-32 (multitimbral)
Roland TR-707
Roland TR-8
Emu SP-1200
Cirklon (6 virtual USB devices and 5x DIN MIDI I/O)
SE Engine
Teenage Engineering OPZ and OP-1
Korg SQ-1
several Volcas
A USAMO providing clock
And more, all at once, plus a home run to my Mac running Ableton and Logic

So if you want a stress test or whatever, PM me! Smile
Nice collection, we'll keep that in mind.
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#16
Seems like its been awhile since this thread has been updated but I thought I'd add my experience with the USB features on the MioXL.

Polyend Seq: Power works but not recognized. I have heard the same about the Tracker as well so I assume the Polyend USB implementation is not compatible with the XL.

Black Corporation Deckard's Dream - Works sometimes. I have to do a power cycle dance of unplugging cables in order to sometimes get it to recognize the reserved host.

I have tried with other USB midi gear as well and overall I find the USB hosting to be extremely buggy. Sometimes it even forgets my Keystep. I have resorted to not using the USB ports at all because the reliability of being able to start up the XL and just start playing is very low.

I am hoping that a firmware update is in the works.
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#17
Been a while, just checking back in on this! Would love to see them made to work. Every other USB device I own is playing happily with the Mio XL.
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#18
+1. I’d very much welcome USB connectivity.
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