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This product has been retired from our catalog and is no longer for sale.

This page is made available for those looking for datasheets and the simply curious. Please refer to the description to see if a replacement part is available.

Replacement: DEV-10531. The new revision uses a type-B USB jack as well as making numerous other board changes. This page is for reference only.

Description: 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.

Features:

  • Easy to implement with little or no electronics experience.
  • 32 analog and/or digital inputs provides MIDI note or continuous controller data to your host application.
  • USB bus powered. A single USB cable handles power and data.
  • Upgradeable firmware via Windows XP / Vista bootloader utility.
  • True plug-and-play (USB-MIDI class compliant drivers are provided by the operating system)
  • 64 I/O’s can be achieved by linking two UMC32’s together using the UMC-Linker board (sold separately).
  • Multiple units can co-exist on the USB bus.
  • Compatible with Mac OS X 10.5.x(Leopard), Mac OS X 10.4.x(Tiger), Windows Vista / XP / 2000. 

Dimensions: 1.6" x 2.7"

Documents:

Comments 3 comments

  • The new UMC32+ can be found here..
    http://www.sparkfun.com/products/10531

  • can 10k ohm rotary potentiometers and a couple 10k ohm slide potentiometers and a few maybe dozen buttons be connected to this usb/midi controller?

  • Where can I find faders, knobs and switches to put on this? Something is wrong with the forum.. ):


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