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    MIDIQ Alternatives

    MIDIQ is described as 'MIDI processor plugin that runs in any DAW with MIDI routing support. Place the plug-in on the generator track or use multiple instances of the plug-in assigned to different tracks (e.g' and is an app in the Audio & Music category. There are six alternatives to MIDIQ for Windows, Mac, Linux, iPhone and iPad. The best alternative is Cableguys MidiShaper. It's not free, so if you're looking for a free alternative, you could try gmidimonitor or MIDI Translator Pro (Bomes midi). Other great apps like MIDIQ are MIDI-OX (Free Personal), MIDI Lab (Paid) and MIDI Wrench (Free).

    This page was last updated May 20, 2021
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    MIDIQ is a MIDI processor plugin that runs in any DAW with MIDI routing support. Place the plug-in on the generator track...
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    1. Powered by Cableguys Curve's unique modulations engine, MidiShaper brings Curve's flexible yet powerful LFOs and envelopes to all your favorite synthesizers and effects.
    2. MIDI-OX is the world's greatest all-purpose MIDI Utility.
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      GMIDImonitor is GTK+ application that shows MIDI events.
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    3. Bome MIDI Translator Pro is a popular MIDI and keystroke mapping tool: use it for controlling arbitrary software by way of MIDI and keystrokes. Its rich feature set also allows it to be used for general Windows automation.
    4. MIDI Lab is a Swiss army knife allowing any imaginable MIDI processing environment to be defined. Perfect for studio and live performances. Connect all your MIDI hardware and manage it from one control panel.


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      MIDI Wrench is your Swiss army knife that helps you coping with your daily MIDI setup tasks. Connect a MIDI keyboard, MIDI sound expander or any other MIDI device to your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch by using the Apple USB camera adapter or any other adapter supported by Apple.?
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