Summary: It works fine for me and its Vista compatible too! I have a problem with my Sonar hanging up at times and the only solution is to unplug the midi interface. So, I've purchased this interface hoping that it would have resolved my problem. So, I am still on my quest to find out why my computer hangs up while recording audio.
Summary: We have two MIDI keyboards of different brands (Yamaha and Casio) and it worked for both of them with slightly different results, but both were quite satisfactory and would consider purchasing another just so that both of them could be used at the same time. We use this in conjunction with Apple's GarageBand and works like a charm-- it's basically plug-n-play.
Summary: I bought the M-Audio UNO mainly to upgrade my synth (Alesis Micron) to the latest OS. There are some forums which made it seem this product had a problem with sysex. At first I thought this seemed to be the case, but I dug deeper and found the problem was with MIDI-OX's corrupting sysex data (stated on their own forum). So, I used the old sysex97 utility which worked fine. I like the M-Audio UNO, it's inexpensive and needs no driver installation on Windows XP.
Summary: I purchased Midisport Uno to replace a failed MIDI interface on my Terratec sound card. Uno was very easy to install (installed the drivers, plugged it in, done). The labels on the MIDI/IN and MIDI/OUT connectors could perhaps be a bit more visible as they are currently in small embossed print in the same color as the rest of the plastic.
Pros: Very easy installation. Worked without any problems.
Cons: None that I can tell. I read someplace (Sweetwater website, I think) that it's not compatible with some Yamaha keyboards. But I'm using a Fatar/Studiologic controller so no issues there for me.
Summary: This is a great product, I use it to control some soft synths. The software I control with this interface is Native instruments Absynth, Native Instruments FM, Arturia mininoog, Arturia ARP 2600V and Arturia CS80. It works just great with this software, belive me it's worth it specially for the price.
Summary: The one to buy if you only have one keyboard/synth or only need one MIDI in/out. I use it to sequence my Alesis QS6 with Sonar. As far as installing, the directions must be followed to the letter or it won't install properly. Don't lose the installtion cd, you will need it to reinstall if the unit is unplugged.I see no reason to spend more on a 1x1 interface. It hasn't failed me in the 8 months I've owned it.
Summary: This is an excellent product. I use it mainly for getting my improvisations to sheet music, and it works wonderfully. Plus, it's really small and looks beautiful. Check this little piece of equipment now, you won't regret it ;) The only thing that they could make better would to include a MIDI cable with it (the USB is included)
Summary: I must say this device is a must for everybody that doesn't want a headache. A very easy device to install... even an 80 year old grandma can do it.Put the installation disk in and your set. My first USB midi interface and love it.