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A c# wrapper to the voice meeter remote, and an example client program to make the lights on my nanoKONTROL2 surface light up in sync with voicemeeter.

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VoiceMeeter Wrapper and simple client application to interface with nanokontrol 2

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Open the project in Visual Studio, run 'VoiceMeeterControl'. This relies on Voicemeeter being installed, and that the code in /VoiceMeeterWrapper/VmClient.cs function GetVoiceMeeterDir() can find your voicmeeter install (works for me!)

Config info

The config file is made up of lines. There are 2 types of line:

  1. A line beginning MIDI Device: will set the midi device to use. Multiple instances of a line like this won't do anything useful (Only the last will have an effect)
  2. A binding line of the form {Midi Id} [{Range}] [toggle] [{Binding}] {VM Id} [{Range}] ;
    1. A Midi ID is an integer.
    2. A Range is two integers with .. between. If specified, the range on the left will be scaled to the range on the right. You can use this to invert a slider by having a range on one side like 127..0 and 0..127 on the other. If range is not specified, then it defaults to 0..127 for the board side and 0..1 for the Voicemeeter side.
    3. A Binding is one of <=>, <= or =>. This controls which side updates the other (or both)
    4. A VM ID is something like Strip[0].Gain.

You can see a relatively complete config file at /VoiceMeeterControl/config.txt

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A c# wrapper to the voice meeter remote, and an example client program to make the lights on my nanoKONTROL2 surface light up in sync with voicemeeter.

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