Connect a class compliant USB audio interface or USB MIDI keyboard, controller, foot pedal or 5-pin adapter to the USB-C port (left side) on the back of the Pacamara. You can connect up to 4 USB MIDI input devices and a USB audio interface if you use a USB-C hub.
You can connect any of the compatible USB devices to the Pacamara using one of the following types of cables, depending on the type of USB port on the device:
- USB-C to USB 2.0 type-A, or
- USB-C to USB 3.0 type-A, or
- USB-C to USB-C
Using the DSP Status window in Kyma, you can select the devices the Pacamara uses for audio and MIDI input and output and control the sample rate and sample rate clock source (see Routing Audio and MIDI).
Most USB audio interfaces use the USB 2.0 protocol irrespective of whether they use a USB-C connector. This means that you can use either the USB-C or USB 2.0 ports on the Pacamara, whichever is most convenient.