I know the answer, yes. But I would like to specify a bit more:
What I am able to do now is:
- Open Dorico if Cubase is opened before. You can edit notes, but you can’t hear them or use your MIDI keyboard. You can’t open Cubase if Dorico is on because they doesn’t share the audio driver (they seem to be greedy ).
- Drag and drop your MIDI from one to the other.
What I want to do:
- Having Dorico or Cubase opened, be able to open the other.
- Be able to listen to both Cubase or Dorico.
- Be able to use my MIDI keyboard in both programs.
Why I want to do it:
- Because I like to work with score. I would like to record things reading the score and if I want to modify something, be able to do it easily.
- I prefer start working with Dorico, not with Cubase. In fact, it would be something like that: [Handwritten - Dorico - Cubase - Dorico (for engraving and adding the extra tracks to the score)].
I may have missed some configuration thing in order to work like that, because currently I’m so close to achieve it that it makes me think it is possible to do so (but I don’t know how!).
Any ideas or alternatives? Thank you in advance
I have Dorico 3.5 and Cubase 10.5, in Windows 10