Replacement: None. We don't carry a direct replacement for this board, but have a look at our development tools category. This page is for reference only.
The UMC32+ is an OEM/DIY product that allows electronic musicians, multimedia artists, experimenters, and users with little or no electronics experience the ability to create custom user interfaces to control any software application that supports the MIDI protocol. The UMC32 provides the essential core (micro controller, power supply, USB functionality) to allow the user to easily implement their choice of control elements (example: switches, pots and or faders). In short, the UMC32 will allow you to build your own USB-MIDI controller.
No programming is necessary. Onboard DIP switches allow simple configuration of MIDI note or controller data.
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hey does anyone know what IC is in this thing?
Hi. I wish to make a wireless bridge via a pair of XBees, one connected to an UMC32 and the other one connected to a PC. Which pieces do I need to buy for this project? I'll be very glad if you can give me an advice about this.
do you sell the UMC linker board also?
They do not. I'm sure they would be open to the possibility of carrying it though.
Can you attach standard midi connectors to use this as a midi-usb bridge? I'm trying to make a midi console and would like to be able to output midi commands to other midi devices and not just a usb port.
Is it also compatible with Mac OS X 10.6 (SnowLeopard)? The list above is oddly specific, while the User's Guide says "compatible with all versions of Mac OS X." (And that could be quite a few versions, if you believe the "Copyright 2007 - 20,010" at the bottom of pages 2 and later! :-) )
The current description and links is for the old version and does not match the plus.
See this page http://halemicro.com/Products/Products.html
Thanks for pointing that out, I've updated the description and documents.