Korg Kontrol 2 and Adobe Premiere

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Hi there,
I am new to Bome midi translator pro so excuse my ignorance.
I bought the software today trying to make my Korgo Kontrol2 work with Adobe Premiere CC 2018.
I managed to make the keystroke buttons work like play, stop, rewind etc but there is no way to fix the sliders to work with the audio mixer of Premiere. I read somewhere that it needs to work as a mackie controler but even though I tried everything I couldn't make it work. If anybody has solved this, could you point me to the right direction or even better if somebody have already created a Bome profile for the Kontrol 2 that would be awesome.
Best regards,
Evangelos
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December 7, 2017 10:10 pm
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Dear Steve,

Here are some screenshots.
In case I have done all the routing wrong I really apologizeĀ I am very new to Bome šŸ™‚

Thank you so much for your awesome support.

 

Best regards,

Evangelos

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December 8, 2017 6:16 pm

You will need to delete all routes in MT Pro as the translators will handle all of the routing and any routes you put in will conflict with what the translators are doing.
In Premier you have Midi Translator 2 selected as intput If that is true, the MT Pro should be selected for your output also as Midi Translator 2.

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This is the current project. I am using your sliders and IĀ captured my midi commands from my sliders. Everything else like Play, Stop, FFWD, BWD, Normal Speed preview, Fast Previewing and Reverse previewing are all working šŸ™‚

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December 8, 2017 4:48 pm

Did you set your output to Bome MIDI Translator Virtual One Port in your project file and then in Adobe Premier set up Mackie Control on Bome MIDI Translator Virtual 1 Port (could be shown as BMT1) on the input as showin in the tutorial video at time point 2:50? Both of these need to match to make it work.

Also in the translator for fader 1 move, you have it set to MIDI B0 01 57.
Change it to Control Change on Channel one CC #1 set value to qq.
If your input is fixed at 57, it means the translator only fires if it is at a value of 57H and it will only fire the translator when you are at that value. You want it to trigger on any value and on output, it will take the value of variable qq and send that to the output.

( at December 8, 2017 5:07 pm)
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Dear Steve,

Thank you for your quick reply.

I have tried this solution and unfortunately, I couldn’t make it work. I think maybe I don’t understand the midi routing or how to do it properly.
Best regards,
Evangelos

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December 8, 2017 11:31 am

If you post a copy of your modified Bome project file, I can take a look.

( at December 8, 2017 3:01 pm)
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Hi Evangelos,

You have come to the right place. I did a tutorial on how to connect to Adobe Premier Pro using Bome MIDI Translator Pro.Ā  I suggest you watch the tutorial. In the tutorial description you should see a link to the project file I used. You will need to change the inputs to what you Korg Kontrol2 sends, however.Ā  Once you have the right inputs the mapping should work.

Here is the Video

https://youtu.be/P1eti-F5xmE

Let us know if you have any further questions.

Steve

bome@sniz.biz

Independent Bome Programming Specialist

Bome Q&A moderator

 

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