A domain-specific language provides domain experts with a familiar abstraction for creating computer programs. As more and more domains embrace computers, programmers are tapping into this power by creating their own languages fitting the particular needs of the domain. Graphical domain-specific modeling languages are even more appealing for non-programmers, since the modeling language constructs are automatically transformed into applications through a special compiler called a translator. The Generic Modeling Environment (GME) at Vanderbilt University is a meta-programmable model-ing environment. Translators written to interface with GME models typically use a domain-independent API. This paper presents a tool called ANEMIC that generates a domain-specific API for GME translators using the same metamodel that generates the language.