The UM-ONE can be connected to a computer for use with music software applications. You will need to install a Roland driver on your computer for the UM-ONE to operate properly:
1. Download and install the UM-ONE driver for your computer and connect the UM-ONE to a USB port on your computer. You can download the latest drivers from our website here.
Make sure you download the driver that corresponds to the type of computer you have (Mac or Windows-based) and the version of operating system you are using. Once downloaded, you will need to run the setup application to install the driver into your system. This may include re-starting your computer.
2. Confirm that the USB driver is installed correctly and that the computer is communicating correctly with the UM-ONE.
- On a Macintosh, look in the Audio MIDI Setup utility and confirm that the UM-ONE is listed in the MIDI Studio window.
- On a Windows PC, open the Device Manager and confirm that the UM-ONE is listed under "Sound, video, and game controllers."
3. Activate or enable the UM-ONE in your music software. You will need to consult with the documentation for your specific application for this, but usually there is a preferences menu where you will need to enable the UM-ONE so it can be used by your software.
This will allow you to transfer MIDI data between your MIDI device and the computer using the UM-ONE.