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Possemo
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fyi I made some other experiments in Cubase:

Input from Host does work, no problems there. Output to Host: make a second track selecting the Ctrlr ouput as input . Unfortunately Cubase will only pass program and control changes to this new track – NO sysex! Therefore this is no option either. The only way in Cubase is to set the port on Midi output of the Ctrlr plugin. Cubase can access the synth through the Ctrlr plugin by selecting thru option “host to output”. This works nicely on my setup. Of course you will have to dedicate a port for the synth (no daisy chaining). But daisy chanining using Midi Thru is no option anyway when using bidirectional panels.

Edit: I forgot – you have to select “input from host to comparator”. “Input from host” does not work resp. is useless.

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