I will do search with google for reading about Mackie Control and HUI protocol.
I will return to this topic, after I will test the keyboard by making Makie and Hui connections with Cubase Pro 11.
I’m going to make the M-Audio Keystation 88 HP laptop assembly to connect it to the Cubase Pro 11 and on this occasion I will also connect the Novation LounchControll XL to the laptop to control things in Cubase.
Wait a few minutes please. But know that I have not read the documentation about midi and channels.
I started Makie HUI according to the instructions in the manual, but at MIDI OX I don’t see any midi activity when I press the MAKIE HUI buttons.
I use Roland USB MIDI Interface Um One and Um One means M-Audio Keystation88, so I selected Um One, but it doesn’t emit anything when I press the Makie Hui buttons.
How do I see virtual port 2. Where is virtual port 2 ?
I broke the USB socket and I use the MIDI socket. That’s why I use Roland usb-midi interface.
If I leave RED I set HUI, if I leave GREEN I set MAKIE.
Now it’s on MAKIE, but I can set it to RED, which is HUI.
I have two midi keyboards and a midi controller.
Using the Transformer filter we can use Novation Lounch Control to emulate navigation buttons and start buttons stop recording playback and other kinds of buttons.
Using the Transformer filter we can use midi keyboards to emulate navigation buttons and start buttons to stop playback recording and other types of buttons.
From the factory Novation Lounch Control has navigation buttons and other buttons.
The laptop keyboard should also be able to be used to emulate Makie and Hui using the Transformer filter.
So we need to study the Midi Transformer Effect plugin with carefully.
Please verify, if M-Audio sends the Mackie Control DAW command vis dedicated MIDI Port, separated from the keyboard. I expect so. If this is the case, then you cannot use M-Audio as DAW Controller via MIDI only.
The midi keyboard needs to be removed and that USB socket repaired.
The M-audio keystation 88 is a large and difficult to handle electronic device. I need to unscrew the screws and remove the back cover to see how I can fix that plug.
Reading your message, I found the words “Mackie Control DAW” and “DAW Controller” and I think I understood what Makie and Hui are.
Also thinking that I use the mouse to operate elements of Cubase and Arturia v collection plugins, I think we need a mouse emulator. We need a Touch screen or a Pen Tablet to emulate the mouse.
I don’t have a touch screen monitor yet, but I have a Pen Tablet.
So, until I fix the USB keyboard of the m-audio keystation88 midi keyboard, or until I buy my touch screen monitor, I’ll try the Tablet Pen. Her name is One by Wacom and she eats a lot of laptop resources. I hope he leaves something to Cubase and Arturia v collection 8.
After I finish this message, I start installing One by Wacom in the HP laptop that contains Steinberg Cubase Pro 11.
I’ll be back.
Hi RINA_Toto and welcome here!
I dropped the topic, but if you posted this comment, I’ll try again.
If you say that Mackie-HUI works for you, then please show us what is happening on the computer screen.
It would be useful to show us what you do with the MIDI keyboard and what happens with Steinberg Cubase.
I remembered that using novation Launch Control XL in Ableton, on the screen you could see how the focus was moving.
I’ll try to use Mackie-HUI from the m-audio keystation 88 in Ableton to see if anything happens.
However, if you have an Android tablet, try remote desktop with it. It doesn’t have high speed interaction, but it’s interesting to see.