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hlzhs [Sniffing MIDI messages sent your controller by commercial DJ applications]
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     * Just plug the first two bytes into a ''<​control>''​ XML block for ''<​status>''​ and ''<​midino>''​ respectively. This is detailed on the [[midi_controller_mapping_file_format#​inputs|MIDI Controller Mapping File Format]] page.     * Just plug the first two bytes into a ''<​control>''​ XML block for ''<​status>''​ and ''<​midino>''​ respectively. This is detailed on the [[midi_controller_mapping_file_format#​inputs|MIDI Controller Mapping File Format]] page.
  
-===== Sniffing MIDI messages sent your controller ​by commercial DJ applications ​=====+===== Sniffing MIDI messages sent to your controller =====
  
-If you're running Linux, you can eavesdrop on the MIDI messages that are sent to your controller.+If you're running Linux, you can eavesdrop on the MIDI messages that are sent to your controller ​by commercial DJ applications like Serato or Traktor.
  
 First, you need to load the kernel module that allows monitoring the USB connection: First, you need to load the kernel module that allows monitoring the USB connection:
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-You can now start the application,​ either directly (if it runs on Linux) or in a virtual machine running Windows (e.g. VirtualBox or qemu/​KVM/​virt-manager). Note that you have to [redirect the USB device to the virtual machine](https://​blog.wikichoon.com/​2014/​04/​spice-usb-redirection-in-virt-manager.htmlto be able to access the controller from the VM.+You can now start the application,​ either directly (if it runs on Linux) or in a virtual machine running Windows (e.g. VirtualBox or qemu/​KVM/​virt-manager). Note that you have to [[https://​blog.wikichoon.com/​2014/​04/​spice-usb-redirection-in-virt-manager.html|redirect the USB device to the virtual machine]] ​to be able to access the controller from the VM.
  
  
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