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1. Install the Mac port of MIDIJoy. The program is included in a ZIP archive and should be extracted to your MultiMID installation folder. To extract to your MultiMID folder, choose “Open” -> “Other” and change “Select File Type” to “Archive”.
2. Install the Windows port of MIDIJoy. The program is included in a ZIP archive and should be extracted to your MultiMID installation folder. To extract to your MultiMID folder, choose “Open” -> “Other” and change “Select File Type” to “Archive”.
1. Compile MIDIJoy with gdk-pixbuf. To do so, download the latest copy of gdk-pixbuf in git from
2. Unzip gdk-pixbuf-v2.26.0.tar.bz2 somewhere.
3. Compile MIDIJoy with gdk-pixbuf. To do so, run this command in a terminal:
$ make install
4. Start MIDIJoy.
What’s New in this Version:
MIDIJoy v0.1.0 comes in two versions:
￭ You can use MIDIJoy in the Windows version without the need to compile the program yourself.
￭ The Windows version has been tested under the Windows Vista/7/8 and Windows 10.
￭ You can use MIDIJoy in the Mac version without the need to compile the program yourself.
￭ The Mac version has been tested under Mac OSX Yosemite 10.10.3.
￭ Check out the description of the devices that can be used with MIDIJoy below.
￭ Apple Mac – Running macOS Sierra 10.12
￭ Maestro Xpra – Running Windows XP SP3
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MIDIJoy is a software module which allows the MultiMID extension MIDUIMIDIResponder to use the first joystick found on the client’s machine. The joystick is treated as a MIDI controller, with values 0-127. To activate a MIDI controller, a user presses the joystick and releases it again. The event is propagated to the MultiMID extension and on to the MultiMID extension’s controller list.
Supported Playback – MIDI Output (Practical Usage)
When pressing and releasing the joystick while the MultiMID GUI is opened, the following things are happening:
o MultiMID receives the new controller event.
o The list of current controllers is sorted according to the MIDI note value of the controller’s value, from highest to lowest.
o MultiMID displays the names of the controllers in this order in a popup dialog.
o When a user makes a selection from the popup dialog, MultiMID creates a MIDI message in the format described below:
T = for host controller notes (host controller value 0, 127)
W = for voice controller notes (controller value 128-194)
S = for program controller notes (controller value 195-223)
Note: some notes that are added may be invalid for MIDI as well.
Example of MIDI output messages:
TTS Virtual Piano output (port 1, channel 1, voice 1)
MS-Windows Piano output (port 1, channel 1, voice 1)
Under MS-Windows MIDI drivers (e.g. Keyboard HID driver) and MIDI keyboard simulations (e.g. GMKbd), MIDI data sent on the USB controller are received with the standard MIDI protocol and MIDI command data with no connection to the system.
Under Linux MIDI drivers and MIDI keyboard simulations (e.g. GMKbd), MIDI data sent on the USB controller are received with the standard MIDI protocol and MIDI command data with a connection to the system.
DirectUSB is required for the MIDIJoy module to work.
To get Visual C++ 2010 installed:
In my Linux installation I have g++ version 4.7.2
MIDIJoy can read the actual MIDI instrument number and type from the input device.
MIDIJoy can read the virtual MIDI messages for every MIDI port on the input device. For a MIDI port, only the first messages of the connected instruments are recognized. If you start inputting a new MIDI message at a specific moment, messages from the connected devices will be ignored.
MIDIJoy connects to the MIDI port in real time and applies all virtual MIDI messages to the connected instruments. If a chord change message is detected, a special message will be applied to the instruments. The chord change messages are:
Chord Change 16/17.
Chord Change 32/33.
Chord Change 64/65.
Chord Change 80/81.
Chord Change 96/97.
Chord Change 128/129.
Note-Chord Change 128/129.
Chord Change 56/57.
Chord Change 112/113.
Chord Change 144/145.
Chord Change 160/161.
* Chord Change and Note-Chord Change messages should be used only on keyboards that support chord change messages.
HMI level: In the “Level Control Settings” dialog of HMI, you can choose to assign some of the input ports of an input device to HMI. The following MIDI ports are supported:
Basic HMI support does not apply to input ports that are assigned to HMI.
Note-Chord: If you only connect one instrument to a keyboard and if the keyboard sends chord change messages (in MIDI Clks), you can use a Note-Chord change message that will apply to the connected instruments. If there are more than one instrument assigned to the MIDI port and if the MIDI port sends Note-Chord change messages, only the connected instrument with the highest number in the device is affected. If there is only one MIDI port, then the connected instrument with the highest number will be affected. If there are no instruments assigned to the MIDI port, then no instrument will be affected. A chord change message will not affect the status of the other connected instruments.
GM Keyboard HMI level: In the “GM Keyboard Level Control Settings” dialog of HMI, you can choose to assign some of the input ports of a MIDI input device to HMI. The following MIDI ports are supported:
Note-Chord: If you only connect one instrument to a keyboard and if the keyboard sends chord change messages (in MIDI Cl
What’s New In?
MIDIJoy, is a lightweight, MIDI driver that provides the capabilities to add
virtual MIDI information to the devices listed above.
MultiMID is a program that provides an audio mixer similar to ‘Mac OS X
Mixer’, written in C++. MultiMID is not a MIDI mixer and not a MIDI synth.
MultiMID is distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License.
The program contains an MIDI synth and a MIDI mixer to connect MIDI
instruments to the main audio output.
You can find the complete source code for MIDIJoy, except for the initialization
code in’src/driver.cpp’ on the author’s website at:
Installation is a very simple process.
1. Unzip the archive to any directory.
2. Make a symbolic link to the program folder or to the application folder. The
symlink needs to be named’midijoy’.
sudo ln -s /path/to/program/folder /usr/bin/midijoy
run Midijoy /s -setup
Or you can run the setup.bat script.
MIDIJoy is registered for the standard MIDI’midijoy’ message and the equivalent
You can use the ‘MIDI++’ plugin by Eric A. Weisfelt to add MIDI controller and
arpeggiator information to a MIDI file.
MIDIJoy Input Devices:
The driver receives MIDI events and sends back MIDI information in the form of
virtual MIDI messages. The MIDI information can be sent back to the main audio
output. It is safe to use the driver with the devices listed above. The driver will
just ignore any’multiopen’ commands and any ‘getinfo’ commands that are not for
the input devices listed above. The driver just adds virtual MIDI input to the
devices listed above.
MIDIJoy Output Devices:
You can use MIDI Out devices (except for the devices listed above) to control
programs like MIDIJoy. MIDIJoy expects to send virtual
System Requirements For MIDIJoy:
Mac OS X 10.6 or later
Intel i5-2400 @ 3.10GHz or equivalent processor
4GB of RAM
Intel HD3000 series (M57) or equivalent integrated graphics
Core i3-2100, 1600, or 1200 processor
Intel HDA (Express Audio) HD audio codec