I just bought the Behringer X-touch Mini, as a complement to the X-Touch One that I had already.
The X-touch One, I had no issue setting it up, it’s in MC mode on the device and in Cubase Pro 11, in Studio Set up, I added a Remote Device / Mackie Control, and entered what action the F1, F2, F3 and F4 was doing, all the rest worked immediately without any other set-up.
The X-Touch midi, not the same story. It seems it can be set-up either in Standard mode or in MC.
I just plug it, and I am able to do the main task I wanted, which is assigning the 16 Quick Controls (8 Tracks, and 8 VST), by clicking ‘Learn’ and turning the knobs on the device itself. I can swtich between the 2 serie of 8 by changing the Layer (the Layer soft touch button on the device)
My problem is nothing else works, all the other 16 soft touch don’t do anything, as well as when pushing the 8 physical knobs.
MC Mode: when i put MC Mode on (unplugging the USB, plugging in again andpushing the MC soft touch button at the same time), I then added a Mackie Control remote device in Cubase Studio Set Up, and there the transport works, but the knobs don’t do anything (doesn’t seem to be compatible with the Quick Control assignement (i tried to reassign, as the midi CC change when in MC mode, didn’t work properly). And the 8 first row of soft touch button don’t do anything.
I know that the X-Touch editor software doesn’t exist on MAC (and that one solution is to install a virtual machine to run Windows to do the set-up), but I wonder if there is really no way to do some basic settings without the software in Cubase, in Mackie Control mode (which I definitely doesn’t fully understand).
Thank if anybody has some insights!