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Ctrlr is a general purpose MIDI controller VST plugin.
Put in simple terms, if you have any hardware or software that can accept MIDI messages this might be an application created for you.


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The primary feature of this instrument is that you can assign any number of controllers to the keyboard and therefore control any number of MIDI enabled applications.
The underlying structure of the application allows for easy integration with other plugins, such as even an external sequencer and this can be very useful when producing and/or remixing music.
Supported Controllers:
Support for up to eight (8) programmable controllers.
Each controller is assigned a range of pitch values (typically from 0 to 127) and the software will intelligently decide on the most useful pitch values to use when playing notes.
Controller Assignment:
The software can be configured in a number of ways, including by using preset controllers.
New controller assignment behaviour can be enabled and disabled.
When a controller is assigned and then the Ctrlr Serial Key window is closed, the controller is saved.
You can edit this list and choose to add a new controller or delete an existing controller.
Automatic Controller Mapping:
Each of the new controllers that you add will be assigned to one of the existing controllers when you press a note or controller.
When adding a new controller, the system automatically determines the best existing controller for that controller by generating a mapping table.
New controllers can be automatically mapped to an existing controller by pressing a key on the controller.
Mapping table:
The mapping table shows the old controller assigned to the new controller and the new controller assigned to the old controller.
For example, when assigning controller 0 (octave), controller 1 (octave), controller 2 (1 octave higher) and controller 3 (1 octave higher) then pressing the note 0 on controller 0 causes controller 1 to be selected.
There are many more features and functions that are enabled using the settings dialog and options.
Each controller can be configured in a number of ways.
There are a number of options available for the maximum length of the note and velocity.
You can configure the mapping table and override any controller assignment.
There are two MIDI modes, Normal and Time Signature.
MIDI mode can be disabled or enabled and you can override the default MIDI mode and manually enter the MIDI mode of the controller.
Controller presets can be saved and imported.
There are a number of other options available and more can be found under the menu item Options
You can launch the plugin in Full Screen mode.
You can use the key binding menu to change the way that the plugin is launched.
You can

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Ctrlr is a MIDI controller created to allow any hardware or software, that can receive and process MIDI messages to be controlled by a simple and intuitive graphical user interface.
With Ctrlr the user can view and manipulate all the parameters that define the control set of their MIDI controller and can map their hardware or software to any MIDI message. Once this is done, the MIDI controller becomes a very simple instrument to control.
Ctrlr does not perform any MIDI implementation of its own. All the MIDI implementation and programming is up to the user, hence Ctrlr allows any MIDI implementation and the ability to map the MIDI controller to any message.
Here are some of the advantages of using Ctrlr:
Simple instrumentation
Good MIDI implementation
Graphical mapping of any MIDI controller

One of the main selling points is the ability to map your controller to any message. This has been especially useful in the past in situations when we couldn’t map or map incorrectly. The quick mapping setup allows the user to instantly map their controller or choose to use a specific controller.
The following basic screenshot demonstrates the mapping setup. The left most button is the default “Preset” button and the arrow keys are used to navigate the tabs.

Mapping the controller to multiple messages is possible and has been done.

Mapping the preset controller to a Note On message allows you to instantly trigger a preset.

Please be aware that in the previous version, The mapping functionality used to be considered beta and you needed to use the latest version of Ctrlr in order to be able to use this. This was fixed in the latest version so you do not need to do anything special now.

The following basic screenshot demonstrates the mapping setup. The left most button is the default “Preset” button and the arrow keys are used to navigate the tabs.

Mapping the controller to multiple messages is possible and has been done.

Mapping the preset controller to a Note On message allows you to instantly trigger a preset.

In the upcoming months I will be uploading more plugins to the Ctrlr plugin directory. Here are a few plugins I have created over the last year and a half which I would love to share with you.


The MIDI_Element plugin allows you to create midi controllers, knobs, sliders, faders and anything else that is a MIDI controller in Ctrlr. If you are familiar with VST technology, this

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Ctrlr is a general purpose MIDI controller plugin. Control any parameter of any parameter of any synth, or instrument in your DAW with a standard controller such as the MIDI CC number, velocity or aftertouch.
The CC message is pre-wired to different parameters of different instruments and synths.
Thus any parameter of any synth can be used for this purpose.
The velocity message is pre-wired to control different parameters of any synth, instrument, VST plugin or VST host.
The aftertouch message is pre-wired to control different parameters of any synth, instrument, VST plugin or VST host.
A user can individually control multiple parameters of the same instrument, so you don’t need to use multiple controllers in different places.
You can also set up multiple groups of parameters to be independently controlled by the same CC or velocity message.
So for example you could have one set of CCs for a bass synth and another set of CCs for a melody synth or you could have CCs that control different parameters in one instrument.
These can also be used for control of audio parameters.
Ctrlr comes with a user interface designed to facilitate its use.
There is a main view where you can see the list of all the possible parameters that can be controlled. This includes the instrument name, parameter type and channel.
In addition to the standard CC and velocity messages you can also specify one of two message types for each parameter. These are aftertouch and control of the parameter aftertouch.
If you specify aftertouch the parameter is controlled by one or more aftertouch events.
If you specify control of the parameter aftertouch then the parameter is controlled by one or more aftertouch events.
Both types of messages will send out one event for each aftertouch.
The name of the MIDI channel you specify is used to determine which parameter is being controlled.
For example if you specify a channel number the parameter will be controlled using that channel.
If you specify the name of an instrument channel then the parameter will be controlled using the instrument that channel represents.
In Ctrlr’s main view there is a list of all the instruments, synths and VST plugins that have MIDI CCs or velocities.
This makes it easy to see whether you can control a parameter with the CC or velocity message.
You can see the instrument and parameter names in the list.
When you select an instrument and its channel in the main view, then

What’s New in the?

1) The MIDI Controllers emulate the commonly used MIDI controllers
as we know them. You might recognize controllers such as the
bass/treble controls of a mixing console or a band keyboard. But
it also works for many other types of MIDI controllers including:
8 note polyphony 88 keys (or less), Faders, a flange, a step sequencer,
a dynamic headphone output, a slot machine or even 3 pots, or
even more!

2) It has 4 banks of controllers, each with 4 controller positions.
Each controller position is capable of controlling the velocity of
each note. For example, with a 5 key keyboard, you can have 4
controllers that correspond to the black keys, white keys, red keys
and green keys.

3) Each controller can be switched on or off in any order. It is
possible to create a bank of “buttons” that could be used to
control different instruments at different times.

4) You can have as many controllers in your list as you like.

5) It has a “looping” mode which will make it continuously receive
MIDI messages until a special command is received.

6) The Mod wheel can be used to modulate the volume or the pitch
of any MIDI message you receive.

7) A traditional panel of sliders is also available for a
further level of control.

8) When you start the software it will ask you if you want to
create your own banks of controllers, or to just use the default
one that was loaded when it was first installed. You can also
load your own banks of controllers as MIDI controllers.

9) You can save your own banks of controllers in any order and
with any names you choose.

What’s New

Version 1.2:

1) Much improved MIDI message handling and performance

2) Introduced “loop” mode which enables the software to continue
receiving MIDI messages indefinitely until the “exit” command
is received.

3) Introduced a “delete” button, which will delete all
controllers off your list (and their data) without asking.

4) The software now has the capability of loading user data.

It is possible to save your current settings, and load them when
the software starts.

4) The software now has the ability to detect if MIDI messages
are being generated by external devices, such as a MIDI keyboard
or mixing console.

This will enable the software to play back only those MIDI
messages generated by the hardware that it is connected to.

5) You can now load/save banks of controllers, creating your own
custom banks of controllers which you can save as you wish.

6) MIDI messages that contain

System Requirements For Ctrlr:

Windows® 7/8/10 (64-bit)
Microsoft®.NET Framework 4.5.2/4.6.1/4.6.2/4.6.3
Processor: Intel® Core™ i3-3220 / AMD Athlon™ X4 860K
Memory: 2 GB RAM
Video: 1024×768, 32-bit, DirectX 9.0c compliant video card
HDD: 1 GB free space
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