Hi I am using an Roland Integra-7 rack and I want to use this within Cubase 7.5 on a Mac. I cannot see the Integra-7 in my Devices section under Midi Ports. I am sure I am doing this correctly. I am running High Sierra 10.13 on my Mac.
I have the Integra-7 hooked up to my computer via a USB cable.
I have the most recent Integra-7 driver installed ver 1.03 and the Integra-7 Editor 2.03 as per the current link:
As noted, to use this driver, on the Integra-7 you must set the [SYSTEM] - [USB Driver] of the INTEGRA-7 to “VENDER.” I have done this.
As noted in the Integra-7 manual on page 44 I have set the USB driver settings to VENDER (MIDI+AUDIO).
As noted in the links the Editor is a 64 bit driver. So when I have gone into the Cubase app icon on my MAC I right clicked and then unclicked the setting “Open in 32 bit mode”. I assume this means I am opening Cubase in 64 bit mode.
As per the Editor manual on page 7, I Launch Cubase, and open [Devices]-[Device Setup] and attempt to Access the MIDI port settings, and make sure that “INTEGRA-7” is shown. However, I do not see any references to the Integra-7
Now I can set up an instrument track and choose the Integra-7 as the instrument. When I do this the Integra-7 Editor pops up but it cannot be connected to the Integra itself as there is not a connection via the Midi Ports as noted above.