Re: MIDI control of audio console mute scenes: CORRECTED

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Posted by Les on May 24, 2001 at 01:41:30:

In Reply to: MIDI control of audio console mute scenes: CORRECTED posted by D. Conrad on May 23, 2001 at 21:57:20:

: Our church has purchased a Souncraft K2 40 input audio console with support for MIDI control of 128 programmable mute scenes. We have a PC sitting next to the audio console which, to date, has never been used as a MIDI device.
: What PC software do I need to use the computer to "capture" the mute scenes generated by the sound console, then, under operator control, send those scenes from the PC back to the console?
: Also, is there any particular MIDI hardware interface you'd recommend for the PC to accomplish this job?

I would recommend Cakewalk Pro Audio 9. It will do an excellent job for all your MIDI and audio needs. It's highly customizable, you can create
a similar layout on screen to control your MIDI devices.
As for interface, check out the Roland UM-1 or the MIDISPORT 2x2 (depending on how many MIDI ports you need).
You can find more info about the above, plus many other options at (click on the blinking banner on the left).
If you have any questions, they will be happy to help you out.

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