A detailed description of the audio options for iConnectivity interfacesRead More
How to use the new EBU R128 Loudness standard for your audio mastering.Read More
Who came up with the idea of Phantom Power, and WHY did they choose 48 volts rather than 50, or 40 or anything else?Read More
A quick how-to setup your iConnectivity MIDI interface with your sequencerRead More
Check out these two files for a great comparison between an iTunes download version and the original vinyl record.Read More
How to set up your Clock Source for best audio quality when you are using aggregate devices.Read More
Hey, did you get the newsletter about our two new products for early 2017? They're now shipping.Read More
Say, do you have an iConnectivity interface with a USB MIDI Hosting jack (mio4, mio10, iConnectMIDI4+, iConnectAUDIO4+)?Read More
This is a Scandinavian initiative teaching kids to make their own music in dedicated workshops throughout the region.Read More
(and other yuk-yuks riffing on balanced vs. unbalanced audio) iConnectivity's founder and CTO came up with a couple of very good video links about why balanced audio is a good thing.Read More
The easy solution to using an external audio interface with the camera in your Mac or iOS device to get great-sounding audio!Read More
Geary Yealton of Electronic Musician magazine doesn't just like the iConnectAUDIO2+, he actually uses it in his live rig. That's why it's such a great review - he really gets the interface inside out, and what makes it special.Read More
Our mio10, mio4, and iConnectMIDI4+ interfaces all feature an Ethernet jack for Network MIDI. It's a perfect example of our "solving your connection problems" raison d'être. 10/13/2016Read More
TEC stands for “Technical Excellence & Creativity.” And in all humility we think that's entirely appropriate for the iConnectAUDIO2+.Read More
All this for the price of a generic MIDI merger?!
iConnectivity exists to solve your connection problems. Our mio2 is the perfect example. MIDI merging?! Heck, we do that before breakfast. And only $69?! Game over.
Because latency is one of the first topics people ask about our interfaces, here are a few general points about it - where it comes from, when it is and isn't important, and how to work around it.
Latency is just the time it takes something going into your audio system to come out your speakers. It always takes *some* processing time, whether you're playing a MIDI instrument, singing into a mic, playing a guitar or bass, DJ-ing... anything.Read More
If you're using a computer, here's a recommendation in case anyone isn't aware: if your computer has standard spinning hard drives, Solid State Drives (SSD) have become the best bang-for-buck upgrade you can make.Read More