Just started using the X-Touch in Cubase 9.5 Windows 10. I notice there are several buttons that are not functioning like they are labeled. Is there any way to re-program each button while in Mackie Control mode, Cubase mode, and using the Mackie control in the device manager, so that they will do what they are supposed to do?
I tried looking through the manual but I am still confused on how to re-program the buttons that won’t work.
For Cycle button, I saw in a video that if you hold this button down and rotate jog wheel, it will set the cycle region L/R locators. This is the same with the Drop button as well. X-Touch does not do this. Is this still possible in Cubase 9.5? The only thing they do correct is toggle on/off the Cycle regions that I had to make with my mouse or keyboard. My goal is to use the X-Touch to do this and not fiddle with the mouse or keyboard as much as possible.
The Marker, Nudge, Replace, Click, Solo buttons also don’t do anything but to change the position of the play bar.
The basic functions are working: channel select, pan, Eq, channel faders, display, channel: rec/solo/mute, Read/write automation.
Finally, I am not sure how to use the Modify/Utility/Function sections in Cubase? What are you using these buttons for? I saw in another forum/post that these are not accurately labeled to work in Cubase, and that you need to use an overlay to show the correct function names to each button.
Those who are using the X-Touch with Cubase 9.5, did you have to reprogram some buttons to get it everything to work?
I also thought about using the “Generic Remote” in the device manager and importing the Cubase/X-Touuch XML file to use the MIDI mapping, but I don’t know where to find the XML file for this. Anyone know where I can get the XML file to import in Generic Remote?
Can I use Generic Remote and Mackie Control to control the X-Touch at the same time?
Please forgive me for my lack of knowledge in this area, but the lack of a thorough manual is a bit discouraging. I’m almost to the point of looking for another MIDI controller that integrates much better with Cubase.