Which USB MIDI devices can I use with the iTrack Dock?

The USB MIDI port on the iTrack Dock is for connecting class compliant USB MIDI controllers. Class compliant devices do not need a driver to be installed to work. 

A list of USB MIDI devices that we have tested and found to work with the iTrack dock as well as some known incompatibilites can be found below.

If there is a USB MIDI controller that is not listed here that you would like to see this tested and added to the list please contact us here and we will arrange for it to be tested.

NOTE: The USB port on the iTrack Dock is designed for connecting MIDI controllers directly. We do not support the connection of USB hubs to the port. We also do not support the connection of other sorts of USB device (i.e. a USB interface) - the port is for MIDI controllers only. If you are using a USB to MIDI adapter please click here.

 

USB MIDI controllers tested with iTrack Dock’s MIDI port and found to work:

Novation Launchkey range (mini, 25, 49, 61)

Novation Launchpad S

Novation Launchpad Mini

Novation Launch Control

Novation Impulse range (25, 49, 61)

Novation SL MkII range (25, 49, 61) - Please note: the Novation SL MKII range needs external power to work with the iTrack Dock

Akai Max 49 - Please note: the Akai Max 49 needs external power to work with the iTrack Dock

Akai MPK Mini

Alesis Q49

Alesis QX61

M-Audio Axiom Air Mini

M-Audio MIDISport Uno

M-Audio Oxygen range (25, 61)

Casio PX-5S

Casio PX 350m

Casio CTK 4200

Korg PA 600

Sanoxy USB MIDI Cable Convertor

 

USB MIDI controllers tested with iTrack Dock’s MIDI port and found to be incompatible:

Korg microkey 37

Korg MS-20 Legacy Edition Controller (MS20iC)

 

Not officially tested but we have heard of issues with the following units:

Korg NanoKey 2

Korg NanoPad

Korg nanoKONTROL 2

Alesis Q25