• MKMIDIMonitor

    MKMIDIMonitor is a simple utility that allows you to see the MIDI coming into Lemur. It is completely DRM free and doesn’t require MKConnect in order to work. Installation MKMIDIMonitor ships as a standard jzlib file and can simply be imported into any existing Lemur project. If you are new…

  • Composer Tools Pro Project Overview

    Learn the names of the main sections of Composer Tools Pro so that you may more easily proceed to the appropriate article for more detailed information. Home Screen Navigation Bar Main Menu Button – Access Directory, Edit Page, Preferences. see: Composer Tools Pro Navigation Bar, Composer Tools Pro Directory and…

  • Customizing MK Transport

    MK Transport’s individual panels can be freely moved around and resized to create custom layouts. A few preset layouts are included. To edit MK Transport’s layout: Load MK Transport in the Lemur Editor. Select and resize any of the panels. MK Transport will display red guides around each panel. Go…

  • MK Transport Project Overview

    MK Transport is based on the Mackie Control Protocol, providing access to standard DAW transport functions such as, clock, jog, click, and punch. The protocol is bidirectional, so MK Transport will update its UI in sync with your DAW. Commands Transport Clock Jog wheel Shuttle Zoom Jog +- 1 Frame…

  • Troubleshooting MIDI Connections

    If you are not receiving a MIDI signal, or a MIDI connection is not behaving as expected, check this article for steps to resolve most MIDI connection issues. If none of the suggestions succeed, check to to see if we have additional support articles for your specific DAW or MIDI…

  • Modifying MIDI Events

    Use Transformation Panels to perform modifications such as transpose, nudge, and convert. Use the Selector in combination with the Transformation Panels to perform complex editing operations. CC/PGM #-# Convert controller and program change numbers. This is useful, for example, when one of your virtual instruments uses CC#11 to control dynamics,…

  • Selecting MIDI Events

    The Selector Panel allows you to search for and manipulate MIDI data based on its properties— for example, delete notes within a range, select notes that fall rhythmically on a certain beat, mute a specific CC#, or filter a specific channel. The selector also includes convenient post-selection actions like copy…