First of all let me say how much I enjoy this program.

It is the best MIDI, pocket knife program that I have ever used it was worth every penny I paid for it it just kicks ass!!!!! and you guys are just the best!!!!! I have to give you your props..

Okay after about a year of using it, I'm making some changes and for the first time it looks like I'm going to need some help. :-)

I have a Roland ax 7 keytar.

I am running it through, an M Audio, mini sport 2 x 2, into my HP laptop, running Bome midi translator Pro.

Out of midi translator Pro, into a Roland JV 1010 module. I don't know why I'm having problems with this.

But there are two things I am trying to do.

1. I am trying to do program changes from the ax 7 from 1 to 128. So I can switch patches like normal.

2. Disable the midi volume control that sends CC 7 to the module, on Channel 1 only, so I can use my foot control for that channel instead.

And keeping the on board volume control available for another module on Channel 4

you would think this would be easy with translator Pro . but honestly, I believe it is more about human error than it is the program itself.

it does so much, and I think there are a lot of things that I'm still discovering, this is one of them.

but I'm having problems out the ying-yang just trying to get it to switch patches any ideas, set ups, or rules, would be appreciated thank you guys.


Hi Larry, could you post your project file?

Steve Caldwell
Bome Q and A Moderator and
Independent Bome Consultant/Specialist

Are you running a separate USB to DIN cable out of the computer to your sound module or is it also going back through the MINI Sport 2×2? Does the MINI Sport 2×2 expose 2 MIDI ports to the computer (and Bome MIDI Translator Pro)?