MidiPipe 1.4.1 reviewDownload
MidiPipe is freeware and comes with no warranties.
MidiPipe is freeware and comes with no warranties. It has been well tested and has shown no major problems, but is not finished. It can be useful in a music studio or on stage to modify MIDI messages in real-time.
Mac OS X 10.2.8 (Jaguar) or higher is required - 10.4 (Tiger) is recommended.
Midi In - connects a MIDI input to the pipe
Midi Out - connects a MIDI output to the pipe
AList - outputs messages to the screen
Message Converter - converts messages from one type to an other
Delay - delays the time for when the message is scheduled
Transpose - transposes note messages up or down
Message Filter - filters by messages
Channel Filter - filters by channel
Channel Router - routes channels
Keyboard Split - moves note on/off messages above/below a split point to a different channel
Randomizer - randomly changes any parameter value(s) of any channel message(s)
Keyboard - play a on screen keyboard with your mouse or keys; will display arriving messages too
MicroTuner - apply different scales
Set - set any parameter value(s) of any channel message(s) to any value
Duration - add a delay between Note On and Note Off messages
Control Split - inverse, limit, scale, fade in/out, route and map MIDI controllers
Control Slider - simple slider for control message input
AppleScript Trigger - use the power of AppleScript to implement everything you want
(N)RPN Mapper - map (N)RPNs
Velocity Modifier - scale, shift, and clip the velocity of Note On and Note Off messages
SMF Player - plays up to 128 MIDI Files; handles Song Select, Start/Stop/Continue messages
Key Mapper - map keys
"DLS Synth" tool - user interface for Apple's DLS Synth
added French localization (thanks to Richard)
fixed bug in "MIDI Loop Protection" when more than one "MIDI Out" tool was used.
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