MIDI Studio window in Audio MIDI Setup on Mac
In the Audio MIDI Setup app , you can use the MIDI Studio window to describe the configuration of MIDI devices or a MIDI interface connected to your Mac. To open this window, choose Window > Show MIDI Studio.
Other apps that work with MIDI, such as sequencers, can use this configuration information to control your MIDI devices.
Available MIDI devices appear as icons in the MIDI Studio window.
Change icon size
Drag the slider to change the size of the icons in the MIDI Studio window.
Choose MIDI configuration
To create a new MIDI configuration, choose New Configuration from the pop-up menu. To edit an existing configuration, choose Edit Configurations.
Add External MIDI Device
Click to add a device to a configuration.
Remove Selected Device
Click to remove a device from a configuration.
Show Device Info
Click to describe a device’s configuration. You can give the device a name, change its icon, and select other settings.
Click to look for a device if the device is connected and turned on but its icon isn’t in the MIDI Studio window.
Test MIDI Setup
Click to send MIDI test information to and from your MIDI device. To test a MIDI interface’s MIDI Out port, click the down arrow on the device icon in the configuration pane. This highlights the output port icon and sends a MIDI signal to your device. To test a MIDI interface’s MIDI In port, play a note on a controller (such as a keyboard) that’s attached to your interface. The MIDI In port icon (up arrow) is highlighted as it receives the signal.
Click to scan for and configure Bluetooth MIDI devices.
Configure Network Driver
Click to configure the MIDI network driver to send and receive MIDI information between computers over a network.