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All Under Control

Review | Sound On Sound, Jan 1986

Vesta Kozo's latest offering is a MIDI to CV conversion box, the MDI-1, primarily designed to allow control of that company's rack-mount sampler from a MIDI keyboard, though its usefulness doesn't have to end there - as Ian Gilby discovered.

Cision MCV20

Review | Music Technology, Oct 1988
MIDI to CV/Gate Interface

The missing link between the powerful MIDI instruments of today and the characterful analogue synths of yesterday is the MIDI/CV interface. Tim Goodyer looks at a budget converter.


Review | Micro Music, Oct/Nov 1989

Darrin Williamson takes a look at the Phillip Rees range of hardware designed to help the flow of your MIDI data

Cook and chill

Review | The Mix, Jun 1995
The Design Laboratories Prologue

MIDI-CV converter and retro synth

Digi-Atom 4800

Review | One Two Testing, Aug 1984
MIDI interface

MIDI to analogue converter

Everything Under Control

Review | Sound On Sound, Oct 1990
Groove M4CV MIDI-to-CV Convertor

Old analogue synths never die — they just gather dust until you can find a reason to kick them into life again. As Chris Ankin discovers, the Groove M4CV MIDI-to-CV convertor could be just such a reason.

Expanding MIDI

Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Sep 1984
Two New Developments From Sycologic

We take a brief look at two new bits of hardware - an analogue-to-MIDI interface and an expansion board for the DX7 - from Syco Systems' research wing, Sycologic.

Jellinghaus MIDI Synchroniser & Interface

Review | One Two Testing, Mar 1986

Links and syncs for synths

Kenton Electronics Pro 2

Review | Sound On Sound, Aug 1992
MIDI-To-CV Convertor

Kenton Electronics are well-known for their quality internal MIDI retrofits for analogue synths. Paul Ireson gets converted to their new stand-alone MIDI-to-CV interface.

Kenton Electronics Pro2 MIDI to CV Converter

Review | Recording Musician, Sep 1992


Review | Micro Music, Jan 1990

If you have one of those oldie but goodie type synths that were pre MIDI fear not you can now link it into your existing MIDI system thanks to Groove Electronics


Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Jun 1985

For what was supposed to be a universal interface, MIDI has trouble enough staying in touch with itself, let alone the outside world. Tim Goodyer looks at four auxiliary units that set out to improve matters.

Retro metro

Review | The Mix, Oct 1994
Kenton Pro-4

MIDI-to-CV convertor

Tantek MIDIverter

Review | Music Technology, Jan 1987

MIDI-to-CV converters don't come much cheaper - or more flexible - than this one. Tim Goodyer tests the latest addition to Tantek's ever-expanding rack.

The Shortest Route

Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Aug 1985

As MIDI's failings become all too apparent to thousands of musicians, Roland take the bull by the horns and come up with four processing units to make life easier. Simon Trask gives them a trial run.

The Vital Link

Review | Electronic Soundmaker, Oct 1984

Syco's Analogue to Digital Interface is less than half the price of its nearest competitor. But does it match the quality? We investigate.

Vesta Kozo MDI-1

Review | Home & Studio Recording, Jun 1986
MIDI to CV Interface

MIDI to CV conversion made simple.

Zypher Electronics Digi-Atom 4800

Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Sep 1984
Analogue-to-MIDI converter

The first of its kind to appear on the UK market, the Digi-Atom is a CV-to-MIDI converter that allows old analogue equipment to be used in conjunction with new MIDI gear. Paul White again.

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Competition | Electronic Soundmaker, Jun 1984

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