Topic: KeyMCE with Podium

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    Hi everybody.

    Today i wanted to test Mackie Emulator with Podium Free and KeyMCE.

    KeyMCE is convertor program. People can convert their computer’s keyboard to mackie control surface with this tool. I download KeyMCE and install it. I edit midi input and outputs properly with Podium. I ticked auto detect Mackie surfaces tick in Podium setting page.

    When i am pressing the my keyboard’s keys, Podium’s mixer doesn’t understand messages and fader and pans not changes with my push.

    For example, in normally if i push the “A” button, first channel’s fader goes to up and if i push the “Z” button first channel’s fader goes down. But it is not be in Podium.

    I looked the sending midi messages with Midiox, A and Z buttons send pitch bend message.

    In this way, why can’t i control the Podium with MCU emulator program. In the future i want to buy korg nanokontrol2. Can I use nanonkotrol2 as mackie emulator with Podium in the future properly.

    Thank you for your interest. Sorry for bad English 😀

    KeyMCE download :


    The KeyMCE site is down at the moment, but I’ll take a look at it later on. I’m currently working on improving the Mackie emulation support, so there is a good chance it will work with the next Podium release.


    can you give new version’s release date of us. thank you. i think most important thing of the daw’s is machine controls. mixer and vst parameter control is very important for the daw’s.

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