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PostWed Jan 17, 2024 4:31 pm

Sometimes you need an auxiliary program that shows you on which channel a Midi device (manual, pedal, piston, etc.) is transmitting. Midi-OX is usually recommended, but it offers many functions that you don't need and it's not easy to find your way around.
That's why I wrote a small Midi tool a long time ago that can be used for simple tasks.

The program
- detects all Midi In devices
- recognizes the events NoteOn, NoteOff, Control Changes (CC) and SysEx commands.

The velocity is also displayed for NoteOn/NoteOff and the control type for CC.

ws.MidiScanner requires .NET Desktop runtime 8.0.0
If the runtime 8.0.0 is not installed, it can be downloaded here.

Download ws.MidiScanner V1.01

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