Overview
Open source extensions to MIDI Mixer to allow users to control more than just audio.
Plugins provide you with the ability to extend MIDI Mixer and leverage its core concepts to provide control for any application with generic rules that can apply to any MIDI device. Control apps, games, or even hardware like Philips Hue lighting, helping other users get the most out of their device.
Plugins are strongly encouraged to be open source, and MIDI Mixer itself has a number of "official" open source plugins to use as examples over on GitHub.

Known plugins

Name
Author
Description
​Brightness​
​Jaggernaut555​
Control the brightness of your monitors.
​Discord​
MIDI Mixer
Toggle mute/deafen, adjust input/output volume, and more.
​Theo428​
MQTT communication for controlling Home Assistant and other smart-home devices.
​LiveSplit​
​Jaggernaut555​
Control LiveSplit using buttons.
​Nanoleaf​
​Jaggernaut555​
Change the brightness, hue, and saturation of Nanoleaf panel groups.
​OBS​
MIDI Mixer
Control source volumes, scenes, and streaming status.
​Philips Hue​
MIDI Mixer
Control brightness and hue of Philips Hue lights and groups.
​Spotify​
​Jaggernaut555​
Control Spotify volume, skip tracks, play/pause, and add the current playing track to favourites.
​Twitch​
​Jaggernaut555​
Run ads and clip your Twitch.tv channel.
​VoiceMeeter​
​Jaggernaut555​
Control strips and busses. Works with VoiceMeeter, VoiceMeeter Banana, and VoiceMeeter Potato.
​Wave XLR​
​anaisbetts​
Control your Wave XLR device. Currently supports faders only.
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