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    1) MIDI OX http://www.midiox.com/ it can monitor, merge, filter do all sort of weird stuff with your midi devices, very helpful if ypu have little hardware ports and a lot of applications wanting to use them (Windows)

    2) MIDI YOKE http://www.midiox.com/myoke.htm virtual MIDI ports, along with MIDI OX create a pairt of must have tools, with those two programs you can do anything midi wise (Windows)

    3) Xmon, (win http://ctrlr.googlecode.com/files/Xmon_Win32.7z osx http://ctrlr.googlecode.com/files/Xmon_Mac_UB.dmg) my little utility let’s you see what’s happening on the MIDI wire in terms of bits bytes messages, it understands NRPN and RPN messages it can dump a message bit by bit, you can send custom messages and catch responses (Windows, OSX)

    4) MIDI Yoke for OSX exists in OSX itself, just go to Utilities->Audio And MIDI Settings, and look for the IAC driver, add as many wirtual devices as you want, you can use them with Xmon lto see what’s going on.

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    bobobo
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    is the prog under 3) still available ? if yes , please post the downloadpath. if not, then thank you anyway for the efforts so far. :mrgreen:
    (akai miniac & stuff) <img loading=” title=”Wink” />

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    well no, midi is much better really <img loading=” title=”Smile” /> but every ctrlr has the same if not more capabilites.

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