Wireless Mixer is a software MIDI control surface (controller) that emulates real mixer console by using MIDI over WiFi connection.

Remember that this application is not a mixer that you can mix sounds directly on your device, it is a MIDI controller for your music applications installed on your computer or laptop so you can control it wirelessly using this application.

MAC usage instructions:
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Download DSMI server for MAC from here:
http://dsmi.googlecode.com/files/dsmidiwifi-v1.02.dmg

Start the DSMI server and then run your music program.

Linux usage instructions:
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Download DSMI server for Linux from here:
http://dsmi.googlecode.com/files/dsmidiwifi-v1.01.tgz

Start the DSMI server and then run your music program.

Windows usage instructions:
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First download and install "MIDI Yoke" MIDI driver from here:
http://www.midiox.com/zip/MidiYokeSetup.msi
or here: http://trajkovski.net/MidiYokeSetup.msi

Windows 7 users: remember to turn off UAC prior to installation of "MIDI Yoke"

Restart your computer for the MIDI Yoke driver to be active.

Download DSMI server for Windows from here:
http://dsmi.googlecode.com/files/dsmidiwifi-v1.01.zip

Unpack and start the DSMI server (DSMIDIWiFi.EXE).

Select "In From MIDI Yoke: 2" as input port and "Out To MIDI Yoke: 1" as output port in the DSMI server window.

Run your music program.

If MIDI Yoke does not work for you try LoopBe30, Maple Midi Cable or loopMIDI:
http://www.tobias-erichsen.de/loopMIDI.html

Music program configuration instructions:
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Almost any computer music program today has MIDI assign function for it's buttons, knobs and sliders. But before you can make an assignment you must configure MIDI devices in program's settings (remote or MIDI section). The input MIDI port is "DSMIDIWIFI-out" (or "In From MIDI Yoke: 1" in Windows). Note that DSMI server (and also MIDI Yoke in Windows) must be running to be able to see this MIDI port.

Now, after the MIDI is properly configured you can assign any control in the music program with a control on Wireless Mixer. For the actual MIDI assignment procedure for your music program you can read in the user manual for that program.

Device configuration instructions:
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Your phone (or tablet/pad) must be connected to the same WiFi network as your computer or laptop you are using. Firewall must be disabled or rule exception should be added to be able to communicate freely with the computer. You don't have to configure anything in the Wireless Mixer application except to check if MIDI over WiFi is enabled in settings. WiFi connection must always be active for this controller to work. If you don't have WiFi infrastructure (router) you can connect to your computer or laptop by creating ad-hoc (computer-to-computer) connection or with software WiFi AP mode (if your device supports this). Search the net for tutorials on how you can do this.

Another possibility to use alternative connections like USB (wired) or Bluetooth is by using a quality tethering app. Only tethering apps that support direct UDP connections can work with Wireless Mixer.

It should work now, and if not read the document again and see if you've missed something.


Wireless Mixer MIDI mapping for Virtual DJ 7:
WirelessMixer(Mapper).xml
WirelessMixer(Device).xml

Wireless Mixer MIDI map (CC numbers, decimal):
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Master volume = 7

Play = 118
Stop = 120
Record = 119
Left = 4
Right = 5
Previous = 2
Next = 1

Slider1 = 8
Slider2 = 9
Slider3 = 10
Slider4 = 12
Slider5 = 13
Slider6 = 14
Slider7 = 15
Slider8 = 16
Slider9 = 17
Slider10 = 18
Slider11 = 19
Slider12 = 20

Pan1 = 23
Pan2 = 24
Pan3 = 25
Pan4 = 26
Pan5 = 27
Pan6 = 28
Pan7 = 29
Pan8 = 30
Pan9 = 31
Pan10 = 33
Pan11 = 34
Pan12 = 35

Knob1-1 = 39
Knob1-2 = 40
Knob1-3 = 41
Knob1-4 = 42
Knob1-5 = 43
Knob1-6 = 44
Knob1-7 = 45
Knob1-8 = 46
Knob1-9 = 47
Knob1-10 = 48
Knob1-11 = 49
Knob1-12 = 50

Knob2-1 = 53
Knob2-2 = 54
Knob2-3 = 55
Knob2-4 = 56
Knob2-5 = 57
Knob2-6 = 58
Knob2-7 = 59
Knob2-8 = 60
Knob2-9 = 61
Knob2-10 = 62
Knob2-11 = 63
Knob2-12 = 65

Knob3-1 = 102
Knob3-2 = 103
Knob3-3 = 104
Knob3-4 = 105
Knob3-5 = 106
Knob3-6 = 107
Knob3-7 = 108
Knob3-8 = 109
Knob3-9 = 110
Knob3-10 = 111
Knob3-11 = 112
Knob3-12 = 113

Mute1 = 66
Mute2 = 67
Mute3 = 68
Mute4 = 69
Mute5 = 70
Mute6 = 71
Mute7 = 72
Mute8 = 73
Mute9 = 74
Mute10 = 75
Mute11 = 76
Mute12 = 77

Solo1 = 78
Solo2 = 79
Solo3 = 80
Solo4 = 81
Solo5 = 82
Solo6 = 83
Solo7 = 84
Solo8 = 85
Solo9 = 86
Solo10 = 87
Solo11 = 88
Solo12 = 89

Rec1 = 90
Rec2 = 91
Rec3 = 92
Rec4 = 93
Rec5 = 94
Rec6 = 95
Rec7 = 96
Rec8 = 97
Rec9 = 98
Rec10 = 99
Rec11 = 100
Rec12 = 101

ExBtn1_1 = 11
ExBtn1_2 = 21
ExBtn1_3 = 22
ExBtn1_4 = 32
ExBtn1_5 = 36
ExBtn1_6 = 37
ExBtn1_7 = 38
ExBtn1_8 = 51
ExBtn1_9 = 52
ExBtn1_10 = 124
ExBtn1_11 = 125
ExBtn1_12 = 126

ExBtn2_1 = 114
ExBtn2_2 = 115
ExBtn2_3 = 116
ExBtn2_4 = 117
ExBtn2_5 = 121
ExBtn2_6 = 122
ExBtn2_7 = 123
ExBtn2_8 = 127
ExBtn2_9 = 64
ExBtn2_10 = 6
ExBtn2_11 = 5
ExBtn2_12 = 0

Happy Mixing ;)



     
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