The UM-3EX is the most innovative mid-sized MIDI interface on the market. The expandable design of the UM-3EX makes it the ideal MIDI interface for the small studio, but allows you to daisy-chain up to three units together for a total of nine MIDI inputs and outputs. The UM-3EX can be mounted into the RAF-70, a rackmount kit, making for a clean, expandable studio installation.
The UM-3EX allows you to select between MIDI Out and MIDI Thru for each output port.
The UM-3EX uses FPT (Fast Processing Technology) to ensure low-latency, low-jitter MIDI transmission, even with three devices daisy-chained together.
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This is the EDIROL UM-3EX driver for Microsoft(R) Windows 7.
This is the EDIROL UM-3EX driver for Microsoft(R) Windows 7 64-bit Edition.
This is the EDIROL UM-3 driver for Microsoft(R) Windows Vista(TM).
This is the EDIROL UM-3 driver for Microsoft(R) Windows Vista(TM) 64-bit Edition.
This is the EDIROL UM-3 driver for Microsoft(R) Windows(R) XP Home Edition/Professional and Microsoft(R) Windows(R) 2000 Professional.
This is the EDIROL UM-3 driver for Windows XP Professional x64 Edition.
This is an EDIROL UM-3 driver for Microsoft(R) Windows(R) 98 / Microsoft(R) Windows(R) Me.
This is a driver for using the UM-3EX with Mac OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard).
This is a driver for using the UM-3 on Mac OS X.
- Compatible with Mac OS X v10.5 "Leopard" as of OCT. 26, 2007
- Compatible with Apple's standards of CoreMIDI
- Universal Binary (This driver can work on both CPU, Intel processors and PowerPC processors.)
- Single/Dual processor support
This is a driver for using the EDIROL UM-3 on Mac OS 9 series. These cannot be used in the Classic environment of Mac OS X.
This utility clears out all Roland USB Windows drivers and should be used if you are having difficulty installing your USB driver.
Note: You will have to reinstall the drivers for any other Roland device that is using a USB connection for Audio or MIDI.
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