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The Elf
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Well, I’ve partly answered my own question. It seems the block on using a port is caused by my having the port assigned in Cubase’s ‘MIDI Devices’ panel. Anything allocated in there is rendered unavailable to Ctrlr.

This said, it doesn’t explain why the ticked option to ‘Output to plugin host’ doesn’t seem to work – at least under Cubase. Surely this option should render all the port selecting unnecessary?

I’m none too happy about breaking my Cubase ‘MIDI Devices’ settings, so it’s looking like it’s a dead end for me.

It’s a pity, because I’m waiting on a ‘Vecovened’ V4 MKS-70 and I though Ctrlr was going to be my white knight of editing for it.

Again, I’m happy to take advice…

An Eagle for an Emperor, A Kestrel for a Knave.

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