LoopBe30 is a lightweight audio application whose purpose is to help you work with up to 30 virtual MIDI ports. It provides a straightforward solution for transferring MIDI data between different software programs. You can install it on Windows 2K, XP, Vista, and 7.

You can find LoopBe30 residing quietly in the system tray without disturbing your activity. System tray actions give you the possibility to mute all MIDI ports at the same time or disable the mute mode, as well as gain access to the configuration panel.

A help manual is included in the package in case you have any questions about the LoopBe30’s audio capabilities.

LoopBe30 offers you the freedom to connect MIDI output ports of utilities to any other tools’ MIDI input port. You are given the freedom to connect up to 8 apps to every single input port and up to 8 tools to every single output port. They all send and receive data at the same time. Every port comes with support for full 16 MIDI channels.

What’s more, you are allowed to select the number of ports that you want to be installed on your system after the next reboot. Only after a reboot LoopBe30 lets you make use of the MIDI ports in your audio applications.

Another important configuration setting worth being mentioned enables you to mute any MIDI port individually (the information sent to the port is discarded). LoopBe30 is able to automatically mute a certain port if data rate on any port is higher than the MIDI specification of 31.25 kbps, interrupt the loop, and show a popup a message.

Tests have shown that LoopBe30 carries out a task quickly and without errors. It does not eat up a lot of CPU and memory resources so you can keep it running in the background without having to worry that it hampers the overall performance of the computer.

All things considered, LoopBe30 comes bundled with several smart features for helping you transfer MIDI data between programs, and can be configured by less experienced users and professionals alike.