DM2 to MIDI 1.1
About DM2 to MIDI
DM2 to MIDI is an application for Windows that allows you to use the DM2
(Digital Music Mixer) by mixman
as a regular MIDI controller. This enables you to use your DM2 to control any
MIDI supporting application such as Cubase
DJ Studio or visualJockey
just to name a few.
To fully use DM2 to MIDI you will need a so-called
virtual midi router such as Hubi's LoopBack Device (for Windows 98)
or MIDI Yoke Junction (for Windows ME, 2000 and XP).
Please check their sites for installation instructions and support.
DM2 to MIDI is free. But if you happen to like it and feel like
I should continue supporting and developing it in the future, let me know by checking out the
PayPal button in the top right corner of this page. Thanks ;)
Note: I'm not affiliated
with mixman in any way. If you've got questions regarding DM2 to MIDI, ask them
directly to me and not to mixman!
NEWS (June 2004):
There will be a new version, soon. So stay tuned and check out this site once in a while!
NEWS (October 2003):
There is now an official message board for all DM2 to MIDI related stuff
Check it out and sign up!
NEWS (September 2003):
Version 1.1 of DM2 to MIDI released.
New features and bugfixes:
- Added minimize box to main dialog
- Bugfix: fixed fader overflow bug that happened with some DM2 devices
- Linear calibration of joystick and crossfader
- Lowered priority of thread processing DM2 events
- Detailed error message if no DM2 found
- DEL in multi-event list deletes selected event
- New 'track buttons' bitmap
- Loading .dm2 file reports version conflicts
- New Scratch Ring mode: slider (/\/\/\/\)
- New Buttons mode: cycle (to use button as toggle)
- MIDI thru (all midi data or unprocessed data only)
- Bugfix: missing calibration data doesn't crash DM2MIDI anymore
- Bugfix: macros aren't lost anymore when editing controls
- Bugfix: save doesn't revert to bank 1 anymore
- New XP icon (32 bit)
- Modified 'dm2' bitmap
- Renamed 'midi key' to 'midi note'
- Option to send MIDI 'note off' message (instead of 'note on' with velocity=0)
- Option to trigger events when Scratch Ring released
NEWS (June 2003): Keith R. Crosley has
just finished his Using DM2MIDI with Traktor 2
guide. It contains all necessary configuration files for DM2 to MIDI
and Traktor 2, and a PDF manual with complete instructions on using DM2MIDI with
Traktor. Check it out!
Download DM2 to MIDI:
Note: You must read and accept the license agreement below before downloading!
Electronic End-User Software License Agreement
By downloading and installing DM2MIDI, you are agreeing to be bound by the terms of this license. If you don't agree to
the terms of this license, promptly remove the software.
You expressly acknowledge and agree that use of DM2MIDI (the "Software") is at your sole risk. The Software
and related documentation are provided "AS IS" and without warranty of any kind and I expressly disclaim all
warranties, express and implied, including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness
for a particular purpose. I do not warrant that the functions contained in the software will meet your requirements,
or that the operation of the software will be uninterrupted or error-free, or that defects in the software will be
corrected. The entire risk as to the results and performance of the software is assumed by you.
I shall not be liable for any direct, indirect, consequential or incidental damages (including for loss
of business profits, business interruption, loss of business information, and the like) arising out of the
use, misuse or inability to use the Software.
Will there be a Mac version of DM2MIDI?
A Mac version of DM2MIDI is currently not planned, sorry.
How can I get the DM2 software and DM2MIDI to work under Windows XP or Windows 2000?
You need the Windows 2000 & XP update for the DM2 which is available here:|
http://www.mixman.com/dm2/ (klick on the UPDATES tab).
|How can I merge the output of DM2MIDI with a different MIDI
Since version 1.1, DM2MIDI supports midi merging. You can either merge all
incoming MIDI data or only the MIDI data that hasn't been processed by DM2MIDI.
See the 'MIDI thru' section in the 'MIDI Input' settings to enable MIDI merging.
|Where can I get more information about DM2MIDI related
stuff and meet other DM2 users?|
Just check out the DM2 to MIDI message board at
2004 by pdoom