Yes, it's the same technique as in that thread expect you would have 3 scenes and the rules need to be changed to use the SYNTH buttons and each scene would have a channel remap rule instead of the transposition step.
I can write the 3 rulesets for you later on if you like. Just let me know.
OK, 4 sets of rules for scenes 000 to 003 as per the technique described in the other thread.
Make sure SS25 is connected and in the Preferences>Options panel that Scene Channel is OFF (for now). Ensure there is a route (green line) from Akai SS25 Kb to MidiBridge (right) - remove all other routes.
1. Touch 'beaker' on Akai SS25 Kb in, touch (i) for Stream Byter and press 'On' if not already on
My only issue is trying to use sunrizerxs; it makes everything stop working. I believe it's because it was made to be compatible with the SS25 and so it 'overrides' everything else. Otherwise, working great.
SS49 is slightly different and I don't have one myself. If you download the free midiwrench app (or even better the paid MidiVision from the same author as MidiBridge) and tap those specific buttons while connected and then post the output back here and I'll post up the rules for that.
They are almost the same as the SS25 buttons we just mapped, just seem to be in a different order.
You can just repeat what you did for the SS25 on the SS49 port whilst it is connected using a new set of rules, but this time before doing anything add this extra step before going into the Stream Byter to paste the rules so that you don't overwrite the work already done for the SS25:
1. Load Scene 000 from the Scenes Panel (or 001, 002 or 003 depending upon which iteration you are on)
You should now be able to use the SS25 and 49 interchangeably.
One final caveat! The SS49 is a native CoreMIDI device so other apps can see it and may receive the channel 1 events and act on them. For BeatMaker 2 for example, just ensure that it is set to OFF under MIDI INPUTS - similar for other apps - you want the events to come via MidiBridge only so they get remapped.