Fanan team has released Randomidi. They say:
This concept allows live performers to play with up to 16 VST instruments on stage or in live jams. By using your keyboard's MIDI CC buttons, you can instantly switch between instruments that opened in your favorite DAW and you can even split your keyboard into 2 zones and route instruments to keyboard's upper and lower zones.
Each instrument button is routing the MIDI signal to the matching VSTi instrument in the DAW through a matching MIDI channel (from 1 to 16).
All you have to do is to connect your MIDI keyboard to RandoMIDI and set your VST instruments in your DAW to receive MIDI signal from Randomidi's MIDI channel.
RandoMIDI (XL version) also armed with 16 individual 999 variations arps (99 in the free edition) which especially crafted to work with chords. The note combinations of the arp are already seeded and may switched instantly in random during playing.
RandoMIDI can also play in multi-mode by triggering several instruments at once (up to 16) and can even determine each keyboard zone's unique octave.
- MIDI routing through 16 channels to up to 16 VST instruments opened in the D.A.W via internal MIDI routing.
- Hardware Keyboard splitter that allows splitting the MIDI keyboard into 2 zones, upper and lower.
- Multi mode that allows routing the same MIDI signal to several VST instruments at once.
- Arpeggiator with 999 seeded variations, triggered by chords (99 variations in the free version).
- Random button for random arpeggio per press.
- Octave tuner.
- MIDI map manager.
- Resizable GUI.
- XL edition $30.
- Free edition.
The differences between the two is that the XL edition has 999 internally seeded arp combinations and 16 individual arps, one for each channel.