Midi issue in Cubase

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    wildthing
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    Hi guys! I’m testing a panel made by me in Cubase. Unfortunately I have to face with a weird midi issue. I’ve settled panel with midi in and midi out, i’ve checked input from plugin host, output to plugin host and plugin host to output device under midi thru menu. Moreover i’ve deactivated in Cubase menu the midi in and out ports i’m using in the panel. I’ve create an instrument track for my panel and also an input track to let the sound enter.
    Everything seems to work perfectly but when i select a an other instrument track or audio track in the project window the pattern midi i’ve recorded on the panel editor track loose the sync to the beat. If i click back on the editor track selecting it, suddenly the pattern returns in sync to the beat.
    Does anyone experienced this weird issue?

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    Synthman
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    Hi, I have the same issue with Cubase 9.5 on a Mac. Which version do you use?

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    wildthing
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    Hi Synthman, i’m still on Cubase 9.5.41. I’ve noticed that is possible to avoid that issue turning on monitor and/or recording on CTRLR track but this way your synth track will sound each time you play another track by the keyboard. Any idea?

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    ms-tempy
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    Hi guys, have you got the MIDI System timestamp box checked in settings?
    If it isn’t checked, you’ll have problems with MIDI & Audio drifting out of sync.

    Hope this helps 🙂

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