We’ve got a new kit that’s indispensable for your gear. And it’s a fun, fast build.
The thru5 is a new MeeBlip kit. It’s a splitter (also known as a thru box), whatever messages are sent to the MIDI IN jack gets simultaneously passed through to all five MIDI OUT jacks. It’s perfect for routing clock in a jam session, for instance.
The board is mostly assembled; all you have to do is solder on the MIDI jacks and (for power) the USB port. That’s about as easy as electronics soldering gets, meaning the thru5 makes a good kit if you’re just getting started with soldering. For everyone else, you’ll put it together quickly and have a useful tool.
We also made it ultra-affordable – US$19.99.
Check out the MeeBlip thru5.
And it’s a great add-on to our MeeBlip geode synth.
About MeeBlip geode
If you’re not already familiar with geode, here’s why you’ll want our hardware synth – and now you’ve got a great excuse to get one right now.
Can I use the USB port to make this a USB MIDI interface?
No – USB is just for power on thru5. If you want a USB MIDI interface, check out cubit go.
Isn’t there already a MeeBlip thru box?
Yep, we also make the cubit splitter, which comes in a rugged case and features vertical-mount jacks, and doesn’t require soldering. We had a chance to make thru5 really affordable and easy as a kit, so we wanted to offer it to you.
Why is it already partly assembled? I want to do everything myself!
Hey, more power to you – but this is the most reliable, cost-effective way to offer up this particular kit, so we kept it simple.
Will you make more kits?
That depends on you – let us know if you like this, and what you’d want to see.
Get MeeBlip thru5 kit (US$19.95 plus our normal shipping rates)