Hi there. Welcome to Kenton and thanks for clicking through from our good friends at Sound on Sound. We’re all about MIDI, and for more than 30 years we’ve been building ingenious, easy-to-use MIDI interfaces that enable keyboard players and electronic musicians to keep their synths, sequencers and controllers communicating with each other, regardless of their type or vintage.
“If you need this facility, the Kenton MIDI USB Host offers a solution ….. this device does exactly what it says on the tin” Paul White, Sound on Sound, February 2012
MIDI USB HOST
USB to MIDI
The MIDI USB Host provides a simple and straightforward means of connecting any “Class Compliant” USB device to a standard 5 pin DIN MIDI device without the need for a computer. Plug your USB device into the USB MIDI Host instead of a computer and it provides MIDI In & Out sockets for USB MIDI keyboards and controllers which have only a USB B type socket. USB MIDI Host has a USB Host port (USB A type socket), a MIDI In and a MIDI Out (both 5 pin DIN). MIDI data received at the MIDI In socket will be sent to the USB device. MIDI data received from the USB device will be sent to the MIDI Out socket.
1 MIDI in to 12 MIDI thru
Add twelve MIDI Thrus to your system with this high quality Kenton MIDI Thru box. The THRU-12 receives MIDI data from a single MIDI OUT (e.g. a sequencer or master keyboard) and produces identical copies at the 12 MIDI THRU sockets. These can then be connected to the MIDI INs of sound modules or other devices which require MIDI signals sent to them. This high quality Kenton MIDI Thru box features opto-isolated MIDI In and separate drive for each MIDI Out, and works for ALL MIDI messages including Clock, SysEx, MTC – with less than one microsecond latency.