I am trying to control my Roland VT3 (voice changer) with my computer keyboard. For example, I put the "U" key and it deactivates the bypass on the Roland VT3.
My VT3 is compatible with MIDI, and has an implementation chart with references for each of the keys (https://gyazo.com/0362402e6b24441922f206309649275c). I have it plugged into my computer, but I need to find some piece of software that can send the command to my device and change the effect when I press the key.
Does anyone have experience or and idea for if something like this would be possible? Do you think I could hire a programmer to make something like this for me if not? Any info or guidance would be appreciated.
On the product website it shows the device is controllable via "Albeton" (https://www.roland.com/us/support/knowledge_base/201920239/). But does this software support me pressing a key on my keyboard to activate it, and even if i am not on that program when I push the key?
I saw a prodcut called Bomes (https://www.bome.com/products/miditranslator) which translates midi information, but am not familiar enough with MIDI to determine if this would be a proper solution.