MidiTrix is a simple application designed to help you manipulate the MIDI ports of a computer.
MidiTrix can display all the MIDI ports available on the computer as a matrix. The MIDI input ports are displayed as rows and the output ports as columns. If data is routed from a specific input port to a specific output port, a caret is displayed at the cell connecting the two.
Connections can be simply added or removed by clicking the corresponding cell. MIDI Output Ports on other machines in the network can be added by simply requesting them with MIDI / Add Remote Devices.
Furthermore, MidiTrix allows you to attach filter rules to connections.
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· Specific controller messages can be separately filtered. This was inspired by a Kawai K5 that I'm just trying to repair, which really sends "All Notes Off" after the last pressed key has been released.
· Feedback Loop Detection added. The default values work for a hardware feedback loop on my Unitor8 attached to the PC via USB.
· Improved SysEx handling, panic functionality, and you can send any kind of MIDI message (up to 1000) upon program changes.
· Filtering has been expanded, and MIDI Translations have been added.