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Zivix PUC Connects MIDI Hardware to iPad Wirelessly
Rounik Sethi on Thu, June 4th 0 comments
Are you fed up with the tangles of wires, cables and adaptors between your MIDI keyboards, drum pads, pedal controllers & your iPad? PUC aims to banish those wires from sight.

Puc is a clever device from Zivix ommunicates directly to the iPad via WiFi directly as a device using Core MIDI. The video below explains in more detail:


Wireless link connects MIDI compatible musical instruments with iOS devices via Wi-Fi, providing seamless music creation.

  • MIDI interface directly connects instruments to the iOS device wirelessly without a host Wi-Fi network to create music 
  • Integrates with MIDI-enabled keyboards, DJ controllers, drum pads, floor pedal controllers and more for ultimate portability and to minimize cable clutter 
  • Leverage your existing iOS apps to create music and experiment with MIDI devices
  • Proprietary MIDI interface is designed specifically for iOS devices
  • For use in both studio or live applications to wirelessly connect to Logic, Pro Tools, Live, Cubase, Sonar, Reaper and Garageband
  • Can be switched to function as MIDI input or output
  • Features MicroUSB port for charging, or two AA batteries for up to 15 hours of continuous use

The PUC in a home studio / performance setting.

The PUC in a home studio / performance setting.

Available at: mipuc.com, apple.com

Price: $99.99

Website: www.mipuc.com

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