This is awesome @SteveC and @Shaneey
I just stumbled on this forum and found out about Bome MT from reading all these posts. I have a very similar use-case, I want to use the APC Mini MK2 as a midi controller to send commands to a DMX lighting controller, called the Lanbox LCX https://www.lanbox.com/ which has MIDI IN and OUT. It’s a very niche DMX controller, been around more than 20 yrs and I think the company has quietly disappeared into the abyss, but I have 7 of these controllers and they’re just amazing little devices. The goal is to essentially use the MK2 as a mini lighting desk, triggering different lighting cuelists. All of the DMX magic happens in the LCX, but externaly, a tactile control surface via the MK2 would be great. I realize there are probably hundreds of other solutions, but I just can’t seem to give up on my LCX boxes.
It sounds like Bome MT will be required to process/route/map from the MK2 as an input device and then output to the LCX.
I’m currently using a Macbook Pro M2 but also have access to an M1 and Intel based i5 Macbooks. I’m using a Mio 1-in/1-out USB to MIDI interface to get MIDI access to the LCX.
Does anyone out there see any glaring issues with this high-level design and use-case? It will be lots of trial & error and more research I’m sure, but you all have given me a head start with the mapping work you have done on the MK2!