In addition to the MME MIDI API, SONAR supports the new Universal Windows Platform (UWP) MIDI API introduced in Windows 10. UWP MIDI provides a modern way to communicate with MIDI devices and can be extended to support newer MIDI protocols/interfaces.UWP MIDI has several advantages over MME MIDI, including support for the Bluetooth LE MIDI protocol and multi-client access to MIDI ports.
Windows 10 Anniversary Edition (or higher) includes support for Bluetooth LE MIDI when using the UWP MIDI driver mode. As long as the computer has a Bluetooth LE capable radio, no additional hardware is necessary to talk to Bluetooth MIDI peripherals such as keyboards, pedals and controllers.
2. Go to Edit > Preferences > MIDI - Playback and Recording.
3. Click the Driver Mode drop-down list and select UWP.If you are using Windows 10 Anniversary Edition (or higher), SONAR will automatically detect any Bluetooth LE MIDI compatible peripherals.
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