I am using a Midi keyboard controller (Arturia Keylab 61 mk II), with a music notation program named “Sibelius”, with Windows 10. I would like MT Pro to convert Midi CC messages to various computer keystrokes (for example, “P”, or “End” or “Home”, etc.) I am trying it out the demo version of Midi translator Pro.
First, I made a few presets, and t tried it with the simple Windows “Notepad” application. It works fine, generating the desired keystrokes. However, with Sibelius, there seems to be a routing problem. When I start up MT Pro and THEN start Sibelius, then Sibelius gives an error message (“There is not enough memory available for this task.”) This is the standard Sibelius error message, when other Midi programs are running.
When I start Sibelius first, and THEN start MT Pro, Sibelius recognizes MT as one of the input devices. However, MT Pro gives this error message in the log window:
“MIDI INPUT ‘KeyLab mkII 61 1’ cannot be opened (maybe in use by another program?). It is set to ‘pending’.”
With either approach, Sibelius does not recognize the Midi CC commands, converted to keystrokes. So it would seem to be a routing problem. What should my routing be in MT Pro?
Thanks in advance!