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sergeeo
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Yep that’s the point, you can’t use that ports from the plug-in because they’re still visible to your Cubase project! First you have to set those ports as “non-visible”, and then you access them through the plug-in. You don’t need the MIDI DEVICE MANAGER for anything.

I’ve added a screenshot to let you see what you should unmark (my version is in Spanish, but you’ll recognize the menu).

Lemme know if this works for you.

PS: If you’ve installed your device using the MIDI DEVICE MANAGER, my advice is to uninstall it and use your device the way I’ve explained.

PS2: Sorry, I’ve read the whole thread n_n If you don’t want to keep a dedicated port to that synth, I guess this isn’t useful for you.

  • This reply was modified 4 years, 1 month ago by sergeeo.
  • This reply was modified 4 years, 1 month ago by sergeeo.
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