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deud's review

By deud, 16/05/2007
I wanted a stand-alone MIDI patcher, this device is perfect for that.
His memoirs allow it to have different models and configs to call them relatively easily.
It is very comprehensive:
8 inputs and 8 outputs noon.
Possibility to manage the channels noon, remap, make mute data, to send information such as a midi controller MIDI with four knobs, etc. ...
Very complete.

The main competitor is the mjc8 of yahama.


No driver required, it works without computer.
It can be config with a PC or Mac, but with the old cabling (for PC ISA and one for Mac that I forgot the name).


It'll be a month since I chopper on ebay and I realize now ultra practical side of this unit.
No more disconnections rebranchages has no sense.
A lil drawing on a sheet and a few buttons and it shoots rolls.

It is 40 euros on Ebay is the price I paid.
Seeing the price of other machines that are less good, I see no reason to deprive themselves of a machine as practical.
Especially since MOTU looks very solid (knock on wood though)
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MOTU Midi Timepiece II tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer:MOTU
  • Model:Midi Timepiece II
  • Series:Midi Timepiece
  • Category:MIDI Interfaces
  • Added in our database on: 10/09/2003

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