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PostPosted: Thu Jan 16, 2014 6:20 pm
by jdkwant
Hi All,

I developed a little application (for windows 64 bit), named DoMidi. It's a virtual Midi controller, perfect for controlling Hauptwerk with small (or bigger) touchscreens.

Today the béta version is released. Please do try the free trial version and let me know what you think, or if you find any bugs or application errors.

See my website:
Download trial version:

The installation contains an english manual.

Here's a 7" screenshot of DoMidi with a demo StAnnesMoseley layout...

Re: DoMidi virtual Midi controller

PostPosted: Thu Jan 16, 2014 6:49 pm
by ludu
Interesting idea.
But the installation failed on my computer: Error opening files writing appears for each items to install and I had to abandon. My PC works with Windows 7 (French version) in 64 bits.

Re: DoMidi virtual Midi controller

PostPosted: Thu Jan 16, 2014 9:01 pm
by jdkwant

Can you try the following?
Click domidi-beta-setup.exe with right mouse button and choose "run as administrator".

Re: DoMidi virtual Midi controller

PostPosted: Fri Jan 17, 2014 4:25 am
by ludu
Thanks for the tip, it works now. I will test it during the week-end and return to you for a feedback.

Re: DoMidi 1.0 almost ready (see preview!)

PostPosted: Tue Sep 09, 2014 1:45 pm
by jdkwant
DoMidi 1.0 is about to be released, with...
- the ability to use images as Button, LCD-Display, Label or Slider-button (text is layered over the image)
- a minor BUGfix with regard to automatic storage of settings


Re: DoMidi 1.0 almost ready (see preview!)

PostPosted: Wed Jan 07, 2015 3:30 pm
by jdkwant
It took some time, but finally version 1.0 is done...

Download version 1.0 here:

New in version 1.0:
1) Ability to use images for buttons, displats, labels and sliders (text runs over the image)
2) Swipe to turn on/off multiple stops at once
3) Function to switch between the default layout (loaded on startup) and the current organ layout. With one button these layouts can be switched. With this function there is a lot of space saving (especially with little touchscreens like 7"), and in the end you need "less" screen. See below screenshots.
4) Copy styling of one control (eg button) to multiple controls
5) Performance improvements by buffering images
6) little BUGfix with auto-saving
7) Installation is improved, now suitable for 64-bit Windows 7 and Windows 8
8) Dutch manual added

See here for extensive release notes:


With DoMidi 1.0 a new standard layout for StAnnesMosely is added, which is handy for testing DoMidi without creating an organ layout. See below screenshot of the current default main layout and the default StAnnesMoseley layout...


On both layouts you see a bleu button, labeled "Organ" and "Menu". This is a switchbutton (new function, see point 3 above), which can be use to switch between the Default layout (main screen) and the Organ layout, with only one button press. The Default layout (main screen) can than be used for main functionallity, like selecting sampleset, recording, etc... With this you can use the whole screen in the Organ layout for organstops, and other functions you need directly while playing. So your screen can be used more efficiently. This way (in my opinion) a big sampleset can be played using only two 7" touchscreens (or 8" or 10").


If someone has any questions about DoMidi, let me know: Setting up DoMidi is maybe not the most easy program, but when it runs it works perfect. And it's always easier than making and midifying (soldering) of hardware stops.

Re: DoMidi 1.0 released (ready for download)

PostPosted: Sun May 08, 2016 1:01 pm
by Stagge
Noorlander and Content offer instruments with its own surface. Does anyone know how this surface was created?

Is there a software similar to DoMIDI for Mac also?

Kind regards

Re: DoMidi 1.0 released (ready for download)

PostPosted: Wed May 18, 2016 5:25 pm
by jdkwant
I don't know if there is similar software for iOS. DoMidi is not yet available for iOS and I don't think it will be any time soon. I do have seen solutions with app Lemur on iPad, but I don't know if that is also possible on Mac.

If you have any questions on setting DoMidi up, let me know, I will try and help where possible.

Re: DoMidi 1.0 released (ready for download)

PostPosted: Thu May 19, 2016 4:17 am
by gjschipper
Stagge wrote:Is there a software similar to DoMIDI for Mac also?

Kind regards

Hi Sven,

You can use Lemur for Mac, see for examples:

DoMidi 2.0 (new version)

PostPosted: Mon Jan 27, 2020 12:01 pm
by jdkwant
DoMidi 2.0
Last months I've been working on a new version of DoMidi, version 2.0 which now is finished. A lot has changed for the better:
  • more efficient/less RAM usage
  • more and user definable fonts
  • easier typing text, more text-codes (eg. for play/pause button)
  • border radius per corner
  • rotary knobs
  • simple file selction
  • horizontal slider
  • hid/show/blur controls in main layout basd on which organ layout is loaded
  • more special function for buttons (eg. minimize to taskbar)
  • call external batch/script (outside DoMidi) with a button

For all changes see:

Examples/screenshots of DoMidi 2.0 (layouts within installation):

Price info
€ 99,00 - Versie 2.0 (VAT included)
€ 35,00 - Versie 2.0 upgrade (from version 1)

Setup file can be downloaded from the website:
You'll also find an english manual there.

Version 2.0 can be installed over a 1.0 installation. Existing layout and settings files will not be overwritten.