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  1. Hi everybody, Sit down ... Take a deep breath ... Close your eyes ... Now your mind is free ... Start dreaming about your perfect MIDI Router ... Imagine its IO count, features, shape / case, its behaviour and menu / screen functions... Leave aside any technical limitations, just imagine it ... Could you take a few minutes to describe it, please? Best regards Bruno  
  2. Hello midibox community, I am working on a concept for a master keyboard router. The master keyboard should be routed to predefined midi outs (1-4). Each target can be transposed indiviually by an adjusted value. (octave up/down ; sem up down ,  Setting shown in the corresponding display) Each target  can be enabled / disabled  individually. (ONOFF button ) Unfortunately i cannot find any transpose function for the router targets within the scripting documentation. Or do i have to alter the source for this functionality ? Could somebody give me a hint where to search for any transpose settings?(I only found it for CV values.) Attached you 'll find a scetch of my setup. Many thanks Max            
  3. Extended Routing

    Hi everybody,   finally I found the time to start a project on my new LPC17 core. I want to replace my current MIDI router (PIC-based) with the MIDIbox NG application. I have MIDI devices connected to both IN/OUT ports and a computer via USB. All MIDI channels are used and need to be routed/duplicated to different ports.   Here's my problem: MIDIbox NG offers only 16 router nodes, but I need at least 32 to route my channels properly. Is it somehow possible to increase the number of nodes? A different solution would be to offer a range of filtered source channels instead of single ones. E.g. could we somehow group these 5 nodes into a single one (without using "All")?   ROUTER n= 1   src_port=IN1  src_chn=5   dst_port=OUT2  dst_chn=17 ROUTER n= 2   src_port=IN1  src_chn=6   dst_port=OUT2  dst_chn=17 ROUTER n= 3   src_port=IN1  src_chn=7   dst_port=OUT2  dst_chn=17 ROUTER n= 4   src_port=IN1  src_chn=8   dst_port=OUT2  dst_chn=17 ROUTER n= 5   src_port=IN1  src_chn=9   dst_port=OUT2  dst_chn=17   That would help me a lot....   Best, Sebastian