MPU-401


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MPU-401

A MIDI standard from Roland Corporation that has become the de facto interface for connecting a computer to a MIDI device. See MIDI.
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The ES1868 include an MPU-401 serial port for MIDI instrument interface, a third serial port for wavetable synthesizer interface, dual joystick ports for 2-player interactive games, and hardware volume control.
The Audia3D also supports a variety of multimedia sound standards, including General MIDI compliant wavetable synthesis, multi-channel digital audio mixing, DirectInput, SoundBlaster Pro software emulation, Windows Sound System and the MPU-401 MIDI interface.
The CS4236B also contains an internal FM music synthesizer, an MPU-401 UART, joystick logic, and full Plug-and-Play compatibility.
The 935 accelerates Direct Sound features in addition to being backward compatible with Sound Blaster, Ad Lib, MPU-401, and Microsoft Windows Sound System standards.
The OTI-610 supports a number of multimedia sound standards, including General MIDI compliant wavetable synthesis, multi-channel digital audio mixing via Microsoft's DirectSound, DirectInput, SoundBlaster Pro software emulation through Microsoft's DirectX environment, Windows Sound System, and the MPU-401 MIDI interface.
The AGOGO-XP features a true, MPU-401 MIDI interface with FIFO, a high performance gaming port, a general purpose I/O port, I2S digital audio port and a communications interface port.
They also support 16-bit stereo audio with simultaneous record and playback and include integrated hardware interfaces to MPU-401 MIDI UART peripherals, enhanced IDE CD-ROM drives, game- port-compatible joysticks with internal timers, and the ISA-bus Plug-and-Play (PnP) interface for cost-effective, expandable audio and audio/modem system designs.