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    Quote Originally Posted by deepdjdanny View Post
    requesting a mac osx equivalent pretty please
    They are mac compatible.

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    Sorry Mudo, I meant a thread like this one, but highlighting osx equivalent MIDI utility apps... eg junXion, MultiControl, MidiPipe, MIDI Patchbay, midiStroke, MIDI Monitor, mini.Translator, etc... perhaps a link to OpenPie if it exists.

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    Maybe start your own and stop cluttering this one.
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    Holy crap. This list has grown to be out of control.

    Any way some of you could give some reviews and/or comparisons.

    I feel overwhelmed and unsure which program to download.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dee Jay Flic View Post
    Holy crap. This list has grown to be out of control.

    Any way some of you could give some reviews and/or comparisons.

    I feel overwhelmed and unsure which program to download.
    Ha ha quoted myself.

    I'm having trouble getting most of the programs to work properly.
    I think my favorite is "Livesticks". It allows you to import a picture of the controller you are using. And there enough option to pretty much do whatever you want with whatever controller your using.

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    Wiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Controller:

    Mac:
    WiiToMIDI - http://mike.verdone.ca/wiitomidi/ Instruction video

    Windows:
    It's complicated, here's a tutorial - http://vjkungfu.com/archive/wii-to-m...h-for-windows/
    Based on GlovePie, but needs additional software.

    Linux fans:
    Not much luck there, YET. It'll come to you too, hang in there!

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    I keep editing the list to reflect the software people are adding to the thread..

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    Controllerism is the art and practice of using musical software controllers to build upon, mix, scratch, remix, effect, modify, or otherwise create music, usually by a Digital DJ or "Controllerist". Controllerism developed at the peak of USB midi controller market during the turn of the century.

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    5 Stars......
    Thak you

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