Zivix has today released a new IndieGoGo project that aims to allow iOS and Mac musicians to ditch the wires and replace them with the new Puc+, which they say is the “first Bluetooth MIDI interface that universally supports any MIDI controller.”
Zivix say that it is able to handle multiple controllers at once, allowing users to connect devices using the old 5-pin connector, or newer USB MIDI devices, and that it is also capable of working with any audio workstation on the Mac, iPad or iPhone, using GarageBand, ProTools and many more. It is also said to have a sub-15ms latency and is capable of controlling devices from up to 40 feet away.
The Puc+ upgrades from Zivix’s original wireless MIDI controller with Bluetooth technology, specifically designed for use with iOS 8.2 and OS X, it is able to support Apple’s new Bluetooth MIDI connectivity.
It will only work with the iPad Mini, iPad 3 or newer, the iPad Air, iPad Air 2 or an iPhone 5 as long as it is running on iOS 8.2 or above. Most Mac devices will also work as long as they run on OS X 10.10 Yosemite or above.
The Zivix Puc+ is now available to back on IndieGoGo for $89, or $729 for eight.
Check it out at the source link below.