1. Configure AutoTonic’s INPUT:
In AutoTonic, press the ″MIDI I/O″ button. A dialog will open and show you the INPUT ports available on your system. Select the devices you want to use.
2. Configure AutoTonic’s OUTPUT:
In the same window, you’ll find all OUTPUT ports available on your system. Select the target port to which you want to forward AutoTonic’s processed signal.
3. Configure your target application:
Once you have set AutoTonic’s MIDI flow to a target port, the last step is to select the latter within the target application for the connection to be complete.
Important: Windows does not come with its own virtual MIDI ports, so if you're a Windows user you might need an additional MIDI driver running in the background. A number of these are available for free: loopmidi, loopbe1, midiox, rtpmidi, etc.