Send one MIDI Input to four MIDI Outputs with MeeBlip’s cubit splitter box

Diddy synth specialist MeeBlip has come up with a simple but potentially useful utility box in the form of the cubit. This is a 4-port MIDI splitter: all MIDI messages received at the single MIDI Input are copied to the four MIDI Outputs.

The result is a box that will enable you to share one MIDI Out with multiple pieces of gear and distribute MIDI clock to your setup. Ultra-low latency is promised, and power can come from a computer USB port (note that there are no USB MIDI In or Out ports) or an optional 5v power adapter.

With all MIDI ports sitting on its top for easy access, the cubit could be a handy thing to have in your studio. It’s currently available for $39.95 (regular price is $49.95) plus shipping if you’re outside of the US. Find out more on the MeeBlip website.

MeeBlip cubit features

  • Passes all data from the MIDI IN to four MIDI OUT jack
  • Ultra-low latency hardware MIDI pass-through
  • Runs on 5V Power from a computer USB port or optional USB power adapter
  • Opto-isolated MIDI IN to reduce ground loops
  • Individual active signal processing for each MIDI OUT
  • Bright green MIDI data indicator LED flashes when you're receiving MIDI
  • Measures: 4.25" x 3" x 1", weighs 92 g (3.25 oz)
  • Includes 3 ft (1 m) USB cable
  • Optional 5V USB power adapter available
  • Made in Canada
Ben Rogerson
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I’m the Deputy Editor of MusicRadar, having worked on the site since its launch in 2007. I previously spent eight years working on our sister magazine, Computer Music. I’ve been playing the piano, gigging in bands and failing to finish tracks at home for more than 30 years, 24 of which I’ve also spent writing about music and the ever-changing technology used to make it.