I’m trying to find a very specific piece of kit, but I’m running into a bit of a dead end. I was hoping someone on here might be able to point me in the right direction!
I need to hook up several bits of MIDI gear, and would like one simple no-hassle box to merge my various MIDI inputs and send them all to multiple outputs at the same time. I can live with 2 in and 2 outs, but 3 or 4 or each would be ideal. It needs to work without being connected to a computer, and I’d ideally like to spend less than £100 on it.
This little box looked perfect (2 merged ins to 4 outs) but having bought a faulty unit I’m reluctant to try buying another one from the same place:
These two options have all the features I need, but plenty of other stuff as well, and are much more expensive as a result:
Then there’s stuff like this, which is cheap but only works when connected to a laptop:
Then finally there are the good old Kenton boxes, which as far as I can tell only appear to merge or split, but not do both in one box.
Is there anything which sits inbetween all of the above, and routes multiple merged MIDI ins to multiple outs in one box, without necessarily doing more than that, and without connecting via a computer?