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Sending MIDI from "Slave" Machine
Last post Sun, Jun 12 2016 by Piano Pete, 5 replies.
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Posted on Tue, Jun 02 2015 21:22
by lf1123
Joined on Sun, May 20 2012, Posts 7

Hey Gang,

It's been two years since I posted this message so thought I would try again in case I missed this in an update.

Is there any way to "Send" midi from a "Slave" computer. I have Arturia Spark which comes with it's own controller which has to be on the same computer as the Spark software. So I need the Spark controller to send midi back to the "Master" computer in order to record the Midi data.

Maybe someone from VSL could chime in? Maybe put it on the "Feature Request" to-do list?

Thanks for any help/suggestions,

Posted on Wed, Jun 03 2015 08:24
by Paul
Joined on Sat, Aug 03 2002, Vienna, Posts 13736

Hello mike, 

That´s not possible right now, but I´ll add it to the wish-list for upcoming features. 


Paul Kopf
Product Manager - Vienna Symphonic Library
Posted on Wed, Jun 03 2015 20:05
by lf1123
Joined on Sun, May 20 2012, Posts 7

Thanks-a-bunch Paul, Much appreciated.

Posted on Sun, Jun 12 2016 00:51
by Imaginary Friends
Joined on Thu, Apr 14 2016, Posts 4

I have a related issue. Can anyone give me advice on how to get a vst synth to work through VEPro? I'm trying to use Arturia Analog lab as a plugin VSTi  but the program can't seem to find it or the Tyrell synth that I have.
Reaktor works fine as does Melda power synth.

Posted on Sun, Jun 12 2016 13:45
by Piano Pete
Joined on Wed, Aug 12 2015, Posts 28

Look into using midi over lan. There are paid options such as iPmidi (http://www.nerds.de/en/ipmidi.html) or free options such as rtpmidi (http://www.tobias-erichsen.de/software/rtpmidi.html). If you have a mac, you are already capable of doing this under the midi/audio settings in utilities. If you are on PC, you need either of those programs to do so. This does work if you are want to send data between PC and Mac. Through this method, I do believe you are able to reroute audio as well, but if you have your instrument hosted in VEP and you are triggering events through midi over ethernet, you most likely wouldnt have to do that. I have not tried doing what you have suggested yet. I only recently started incorporating this into my workflow.

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