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MusicLab has been working hard to make their MIDIoverLAN communicate not only between several MIDI apps on a single machine, but between those on several computers, which finally led to creating a new enhanced version of MIDIoverLAN. It's now called MIDIoverLAN CP, a cross-platform solution for communication between MIDI applications both local and over network.
MIDIoverLAN CP communicates not only between PC computers. The new solution can now communicate between PC and Mac computers on a network.
MusicLab MIDIoverLAN CP features:
MIDIoverLAN CP for up to 2 computers costs $129. MIDIoverLAN CP in a bundle for up to 4 computers costs $199, and an 8-computer bundle is available for $299. A tril version is available for download.
For more information, visit their web site at www.musiclab.com