The Microsoft MIDI Input Driver is included in Windows 7 and later. Windows XP SP3 and Windows Vista SP2 support this feature natively, Windows 8 only supports "Windows In Samples." There is no Apple port of this software as of yet.
The only Android version of this application available was written by the same person as the original Worlde Panda application and therefore DOES NOT have all the features of the other two applications. I have a Windows version ( this ) which is identical and fully-functional (aside from the missing OSC receiver), however, it does not work on Windows 8 for some reason. Hence, only the Mac and iOS versions are going to be reviewed.
I started looking into MIDI controllers one day, in particular the many different types that are available both in the UK and USA. So I went to the RS site, where you can buy online you can find a variety of MIDI keyboards with their own presets, making it super easy to plug one in and start using. I decided to try and find a controller with good sound quality on the DIY market for around £25 to £35, rather than £250 for the more expensive controllers. And then I found the Worlde Panda.
Once the MIDI keyboard has been set up, we can actually start using it. The MIDI buttons are mapped to Studio One's controls, so you can use the usual functionality of your keyboard in Studio One.
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