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OP-Z can be controlled using the usb midi port. connect OP-Z to a computer or other usb host using the included C to A cable. if using a C to C cable, please make sure to use a high quality cable.
OP-Z has usb host functionality that allows you to connect usb devices directly into the usb-c port.
OP-Z supports most usb midi devices that adhere to the usb plug-and-play standard.
some devices present themselves as more than one midi device, which currently is not supported by the OP-Z. please refer to our supported devices list if you want to be on the safe side. this list will be extended over time.
usb connection might create noises. connect your OP-Z without charging by holding the screen button + trigger spark. yellow led lights will confirm it is disabled. here's a video
describing how to do it.
trigger spark has a different icon on earlier versions of the OP-Z.
this list does not include all supported devices but rather the ones that we have tested and guarantee to work.
the list will be extended over time.
needs external power
korg microkey air 25
OP–Z should work with any high quality powered usb-c hub. hubs with network and hdmi ports may not work as well, since they may draw too much power.
apple c to a
aukey c to a
enttec dmxusb pro
enttec dmxusb pro mk2