Hey guys. Got a mio10 waiting for me at the local music store, but I want to confirm a few things before purchasing as its not very easy to find info on this:
1) I only see this older stickied post here about multiclient midi drivers being introduced for other mio models with fewer ports. Can someone please confirm that this is indeed fully supported for the mio10? This is one of the main reasons why I´m upgrading to the mio10, for the purpose of using in-daw hardware synth editors/librarians without needing to use cumbersome workarounds.
2) I need to be able to send midi clock to multiple midi ports for syncing purposes (and some daw´s only support one midi clock port, which is lame). I know that this should be doable through the iconfig software through some routing magic, but can someone please confirm this as well?
3) Even better, is this now also doable in Auracle or is it still «dumbed down»? I dont feel entirely comfortable getting a rather expensive interface that has all these powerful functions that need old, no longer supported control software to do what I want to achieve. I case its not possible; is this in the roadmap, and if iconfig somehow wont work after a win10 update or something, can I count on this being remedied though iconfig being updated as needed (this obviously is directed at you iconnectivity guys, not the «common folk»)? To be honest I feel that «abandoning» software that unlocks the (touted) full functionality of complex midi interfaces isnt a great idea. Especially if said functions wont be included in the newer software at some later point. Many of us have bad experiences with companies stopping development of software or drivers, which means that sooner or later things will stop working correctly.
That said, looking forward to getting the mio10 in my rack if it works like I need it to work, as my current 4x4 interface isnt really getting the job done with all these new synths I seem to be getting all the time