First, some background to explain my needs.
I'm trying to use a Nektar Impact GX61 MIDI controller with Ableton Live. The controller works good but the customizable input buttons seem only to work with a momentary behaviour and not a toggle behaviour (see this for further explaination https://help.ableton.com/hc/en-us/articles/209774945--Toggle-and-Momentary-MIDI-functions-in-Live). This makes impossible to use them as a track arm switch. The only toggle command available is "program change", but Ableton Live does not support it (https://forum.ableton.com/viewtopic.php?t=75383) So I'm trying to use Midi translator classic to translate a program change input to a random keyboard output and use it to arm tracks.
Now, back to topic. I installed Midi translator classic. If I understood the manual, I need a virtual midi device to connect the output from the program to Ableton Live. I installed LoopBe1, the only one still available from the list. I set up the program using Nectar gx61 as input and LoopBe Internal MIDI as output. Then i set up Ableton Live to use LoopBe Internal MIDI as input.
Well, the translation works great (the midi channel triggers the keyboard button, in win and in Ableton Live as well) but all the other MIDI data is blocked and does not pass through to Ableton. In the lower virtual monitor, the MIDI in flashes on but the MIDI out does not.