I recently purchased the SudioLive 32S Series III.
Although it sadly doesn't come equipped with conventional MIDI I/O, I was recently told that it can in fact control MIDI data via UCNET.
I am not sure if this is good news or bad news, based upon what I have read so far on this post and topic which appears to be related.
I also recently purchased iConnectivity's mioXL rtpMIDI &/or USB-C MIDI (Fully Configurable) MIDI DATA ONLY controlling hardware.
My issue, is trying to figure out, how to setup my PC & ROUTER's (Network) to recognize and allow interactions between the rtpMIDI and UCNET signal paths. If successful, this would only resolve the MIDI side of the studio.
If I understand things correctly, the 32S must be operated either a digital mixer, or a MIDI controller. Not both, at the same time.
Thus, requiring two separate workflows. Examples: 2(+/-) MIDI controller sessions) plus 2(+/-) standard USB-C data sessions).
It would be nice, if the two-way MIDI data flow could be combined together within a studio's standard USB-C cabling or network system, (all of which data) could then be directed via standard (or redesigned) digital interface to your DAW for needed process and/or return.....
This may not even be doable. I have no idea. It would be nice if StudioOne Pro could process both (MIDI and conventional Digital data) via Multiple USB-C Sources at the same time.
In the meantime, I am not sure if UCNET is the magic solution -I am looking for.
Much more information is required, before I can get all of this sorted.
Your comments are appreciated.