Meeblip cubit go is a compact USB interface for mobile musicians with an integrated MIDI thru circuity on the four outputs
Is it possible to design a new MIDI interface in 2019? Most will say rather difficult because there are so many on the market who can often do the same. But Meeblib, the company of Peter Kirn (CDM) and James Grahame (blipsonic inc.) has taken up the challenge and developed cubit go. It is a new USB interface that works with any platform: PC, Mac, Linux, iOS, and Android.
On the connection side, it includes one MIDI input & 4 MIDI outputs as well as a USB connection for a computer or mobile devices. The USB port is compatible with mobile devices so you can easily use a sequencer app on the iPad or iPhone with hardware instruments
A USB-MIDI interface is nothing exciting in 2019 anymore, but with cubit go the special is in the detail. It features an integrated hardware MIDI thru circuity on the four outputs what is quite special. Very handy: whatever you send to the output is sent to all four jacks simultaneously, with no software delay.
Further to know: it’s lightweight, compact, driverless and USB powered according to the developers. And the jacks are top-mounted to fit cubit go into tight spaces, even when cabled up. Even if MIDI interfaces in 2019 no longer provide enthusiasm jumps, this idea can score.
- 1×1 USB MIDI interface with integrated hardware MIDI thru
- Four hardware-mirrored output jacks – no software lag
- High-performance 32-bit ARM Cortex processor
- Class-compliant USB MIDI – no drivers needed
- Bright green MIDI light flashes when sending or receiving data for easy troubleshooting
- Size: 108 x 76 x 25 mm (4.25″ x 3:” x 1″), weight: 110 g (3.9 oz)
- Includes 1 m (3 ft) USB cable
- USB powered
- Works with macOS, Windows, Linux, iOS and Android*
Meeblip cubit go is available now for an introductory price of $59,95 USD (regular $79.95 USD).
More information here: Meeblip