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Roland UM-ONE Midi Interface

4.4 out of 5 stars 16 customer reviews
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  • 1-in/1-out MIDI interface with high-performance FPT processing
  • Data indicators for both MIDI input and output. Conveniently integrated USB and MIDI cables
  • USB bus powered
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Product Description

From the pioneer of the PC MIDI interface, Roland introduces the new UM-ONE. A 1-in/1-out USB bus powered MIDI interface with high-performance FPT processing for low latency and tighter clock timing. Compatible with Mac and PC, the super compact UM-ONE is an affordable, reliable, easy-to-use MIDI interface.

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Item Weight 1 pounds
Product Dimensions 9 x 9 x 4 inches
Shipping Weight 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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ASIN B004KCLXBE
Item model number UM-ONE
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4.4 out of 5 stars 16 customer reviews

4.4 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #57,297 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
#56 in Musical Instruments > Keyboards > MIDI Keyboards & Equipment > MIDI Interfaces
#182 in Musical Instruments > DJ, Electronic Music & Karaoke > Electronic Music
#1,110 in Musical Instruments > Recording Equipment > Computer Recording
Date first available at Amazon.com January 22, 2011

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By John Kenderdine on October 16, 2012
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UM-ONE MIDI Interface by Roland

I am both an experienced (33 years since my first TRS-80 in 1979) computer user and MIDI instrument owner (since 1991), but I found this product somewhat disappointing unless Apple and/or Roland get their driver issues resolved on this.

The Roland supplied CD-ROM does not mount nor can it be read by iMac OS 10.8.2, although works with old TiBook and Dell laptops, however.
Downloaded latest driver from RolandUS.com (um_1mx8d_v100), installed as directed.
No power ready light shows when connecting UM-ONE.
System Profile shows it there, but as not configured.
With Audio MIDI Setup opened to MIDI Studio window, UM-ONE does not appear.

Tried many things without success. Tried swapping old Edirol (Roland) UM-1X (formerly on Dell laptop) with UM-ONE. UM-ONE installed and worked on the DELL without any issues. MIDI instrument communicates with the DELL fine.

The UM-1X works without complaint and as expected when connected to any USB port on either the Dell or iMac, even a hub or keyboard port, just as it formerly had before changing operating systems, etc. It is old, but reliable.

Upshot is, for now, that old UM-1X works with either the Dell or the iMac, but is currently attached to the iMac. New UM-ONE (2011 model) only works with the Dell (Windows XP) which is OK for my purposes of having interfaces for two MIDI instruments on different floors of my home, but the UM-ONE will not serve as a backup to the old UM-1X which was my secondary goal. Hence 3/5 stars.

Others in Apple forum have reported similar problem, only difference being they were using a MacBook.

Bottom line: works fine on Windows systems, but on latest Apple hardware/OS it does not seem to; so if you are a Mac user, try to find a working older model by Edirol.
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This device works perfectly in Linux Gentoo using the available kernel drivers. I found out, due to my lack of knowledge, that this device will not direct MIDI music to your computer speakers. This device only sends and receved MIDI command messages. I am using this device to operate my electronic MIDI keyboard, using the keyboard's speakers, and the sound is astonishing. I can also reverse the action and record what I play on the keyboard to the software on my computer. I did notice, however, that the operator's manual had it backwards when it explained how to connect this device to a MIDI device like a MIDI keyboard. It said the MIDI IN cable is supposed to go to the MIDI OUT port and the MIDI OUT cable is supposed to go in the MIDI IN port but if you hook it up that way, there is no sound or anything. So the MIDI IN cable should go into the port labeled MIDI In and the MIDI OUT cable should go in the port labled MIDI OUT. Maybe the factory accidentaly wired the cables backwards in some of them. I like this product and would do recommend it to anybody who wants to get MIDI in and out of their computer.
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By S on August 12, 2012
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I'm using this interface to connect an '80s era midi keyboard (think Domo Arigato Mr. Roboto) to my iMac, and it works perfectly! It comes with the drivers for both iMac and PC (I'm just using the iMac driver) on a disk. The instructions that come with it are surprisingly perfect, too. The best, simplest, most accurate "technical writing" I've seen in a long time. I'm very unfamiliar with midi, but I was up and running in just a few minutes. The instructions step you through how to configure the iMac "Audio MIDI Setup" utility with this device; and now I'm playing my keyboard using GarageBand as my sound module. Excellent!! Note that the cable is only about 5 feet long -- 2 ft midi cables (in/out) connected to a 3 ft USB cable -- so I'll need a USB extension cable to put my keyboard where I want it.

I did not try a cheaper product, but I believe the other review that says, you get what you pay for. Roland comes through!
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By WB on December 9, 2012
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I am using this cable successfully on both a Dell XPS 420 with Windows 7/64-bit and a Macbook Air (2011 edition with OS X 10.7/Lion). Have not experienced any problems connecting either of my keyboards both of which are 15+ years old (I have a portable Roland digital piano and a Technics non-portable console). As with any peripheral device I would recommend going to the manufacturer's web site and checking for updated drivers before installing. I did not use the included CD as the drivers I found online were more current. Also note that this review is for the older UM-ONE which is not compatible with the iPad (via the digital camera connection kit). If you are looking for iPad compatibility you need to use the newer model which is the UM-ONE mk2.
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*** I had trouble, but it appears to function. My problem was that my MIDI instrument is a stubborn device (Digitech GNX3 Guitar multi-effects pedal board: documented to have MIDI problems, but works great for playing guitar) and my GNX3 was never detected by the Digitech software, but MS Windows XP saw the UM-ONE and said it was working properly.

Probably works well for other MIDI devices.
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This unit is more expensive than the four or five dollar competition, but it actually works. I had one of the cheap Made in China units, for less than $5. It worked fine with my Dell Inspiron 1501, but not at all with my Asus Eee PC 1005HA. It would work for a few minutes, then I would get a message about the device not being able to start. You get what you pay for. The UM-ONE is Made in China, too, but it works fine on both computers. This is one case, where buying name brand, will save you a lot of headache.
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