Virtuasonic Upgrades MiJoy Pro To Version 3.0
Virtuasonic has upgraded MiJoy Pro, a VSTi MIDI plug-in that allows you to use a joystick or gamepad as a MIDI controller, to version 3.0. The Windows plug-in can be used to control other VSTi instruments, FX plug-ins and even MIDI hardware in real-time.
Virtuasonic claims MiJoy Pro 3 was designed to allow the user to control virtual instruments, hardware synthesizers, samplers and effects processors in a more friendly and effective way, as well as opening up new possibilities of approaching them.
» Support for multiple joysticks/gamepads (up to eight)
» up to 16 buttons and 2 direction pads
» X, Y, Z, Slider1, Slider 2, Z-rotation
» General On/Off and independent switch for axis X, Y, Z, Slider1, Slider 2 and Z-rotation
» 2 axis types (cartesian, radial)
» Offset function with assignable minimum and maximum value for each MIDI controller
» Two Output Modes (Sequencer/MIDI Port)
» Trigger function
» Calibration settings (Smoothness and Center deadzone for X/Y axes)
» MIDI Thru (to mix different MIDI sources. For example, MIJOY PRO + Masterkeyboard.)
» Binary MIDI controller with assignable min/max (button 1 to 16 and direction pads)
» 2 Button Modes (Press/Release, Switch)
» List of standard MIDI controllers values included in the software package
» MIDI messages assignable to X, Y, Z , Slider1, Slider 2 and Z-rotation: Control Change, Pitch Bend (7 bit), Program Change, Channel After Touch MIDI
» messages and functions assignable independently to every joystick buttons and direction pads position: Control Change, MIDI Note, Pitch Bend, Program Change, Channel After Touch, idle (button1), Trigger
» Independent MIDI Channel Setup for every axis, button and direction pads position
» Requirements: Soundcard, Joystick, Windows VST Host able to recognize joystick information
Virtuasonic’s MiJoy Pro 3.0 costs $34.95 and is available now for Windows. More information on Virtuasonic MiJoy Pro 3.0.