My New Year’s resolution To Learn MT Pro

One of my New Year’s resolution is to dig into MT Pro; those mysterious variables and all that. Some time ago, Steve posted a setting to increase velocity on incoming MIDI channel 1. The other night, I “cut and pasted” his programming. I didn’t quite know where to paste it at first. I didn’t understand what I was doing, but it worked! This encouraged me to decide that I need to really get into MT Pro. Once I hired Steve to do some custom programming. Normally the task is done through a $500 Roland midi foot controller. With Steve programming and MT Pro(or Bomebox) I can do the same task even with a used $20 midi foot controller.


At first, I was impressed and happy that MT Pro does one function for me that the Event Processor Plus just couldn’t do confirmed by the manufacturer; mapping multiple midi channels and turning the function on and off with a foot switch. I have a piece of hardware that could do it, but I have to use both hands to press certain notes on my midi controller and use my chin to press a button on the hardware all at once only to lose it all when power is off! I get cramps doing it! Talk about ridiculous midi acrobatic work! MT Pro does the job with such ease. However, Florian wrote the setting for me. Once I see the setting, it is such a basic and simple task for MT Pro. Then again, knowing how to write such settings is something else. Many users have said that it took them a long time to learn to use variables. I think a lot of us could use some tutorials showing how to use variables and write settings.

Florian, any news on the IOS version of MT Pro?


Hi Chris,

There are now many tutorials for Bome MT Pro and BomeBox. Once you get the basic hang of it, you will find it quite easy. Also, we are here to help if you are stuck on a specific issue.

Here are links to the tutorial series

Bome MT Pro



Happy New Year!



Hi Steve,

Thank you for your encouragement. I will look into the tutorials.