Thanks for your response, Steve.
I avoided posting too much explanation because you know my questions go on soooo long that no one can actually find the question part. LOL
Compartmentalising the system that I envision will use Network MIDI
Sequencer -> USB Hub -> BomeBox -> MT Pro script for any translation -> Laptop/DMXIS lighting software that responds to MIDI input
I’m using the DIN on the Box for DIN only MIDI device (Octatrack), so for connections I’m left with available ports on the USB Hub or Ethernet. Hey, let’s try Ethernet!
I don’t use Apple products and i think rtpMIDI is specific to Apple, right?
Is it as easy as:
– Connect the Ethernet cable to the BomeBox and the computer
– Configure the output port alias on the BomeBox
– On the computer, load Bome Network
– Open up the software and tell it to respond to the MIDI input from Bome Network?
My inner Occam wants to keep it simple because I’m neither bright nor patient. I have a different hardware configuration I can try if it seems like it’s going to be too complex, but I don’t really want to make that change if I can avoid it.