All inTone and interFX applications require an audio interface to input and output the audio signal. The inputs and outputs can be connected to various sources or destinations:


  • Electric guitar, bass, microphone or synthesizer
  • Aux-send outputs of a mixing console
  • Inserts of a mixing console
  • Any part of the hardware processing chain
  • Turntables and tape recorders for recording of audio used for restoration


  • Amplifiers, combos, powered speakers, headphones
  • Aux returns to the mixing console
  • Inserts of a mixing console
  • Any part of the hardware processing chain


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Hardware and software connectivity of inTone



inTone and interFX Pro applications receive MIDI data from any MIDI interface connected to your computer. There are two basic types of MIDI data, handled differently.

  • MIDI notes are sent to the software synthesizers opened in inTone or to external hardware synthesizers.

Usually MIDI keyboards or guitar audio/MIDI converters may be connected as the source of MIDI notes.

  • MIDI control commands are used to adjust parameters of the processed sound or to load the complete programs.

There are many control surfaces suitable for inTone control:

  • MIDI foot controllers
  • MIDI keyboards with control knobs, buttons and sliders
  • Desktop MIDI controllers
  • MIDI control can be even received from another computer via network or via standard MIDI cables

Computer keyboard

It is good to know that you may use:

  • Full sized computer keyboard with a one-key control for the most frequent inTone functions.
  • Just the numeric keypad to load programs and tracks. Use this solution if your space is limited.
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