Hi, I’m using Nuendo and Dorico together (play music and writing score). With the help of Steinbergs CC121 I can start and stop Nuendo while working in Dorico. This saves me switching the between the applications all the time.
Unfortunately Dorico reacts on CC121 (start and stop works with midinotes) so I get unwanted hi input notes.
It would be nice to have the possibility to choose or exclude the Midi In Ports in Dorico.
Any developments? Like in Cubendo you have MIDI Port Setup were you can choose Ports to go in “All MIDI Inputs”. Or choose an individual Port per track. For Dorico a simple preference “on/off” per Port would do.
For what it’s worth: I found a workaround for not being able to exclude MIDI Ports. Start PC with all MIDI devices connected, than disconnect the device you want to exclude before launching Dorico. Connect the device again before launching the other application.
In the next update it is possible to disable a MIDI input port, which is very useful when you have two music applications running at the same time, or if you are using loopback/IAC devices. Unfortunately, there isn’t yet a UI for this, but if you’re comfortable editing an XML file then all you will need to do is change the following in the preferences.xml file:
<value>Device name 1,Device name 2</value>
Open the VSTAudioEngine.log file from ~/Library/Preferences/VSTAudioEngine/Logs (Mac) or %APPDATA%/Steinberg/VSTAudioEngine_64 (Windows) and look for lines containing the text =>I, e.g. in my log file I see lines like this:
For as far as I can see this is not possible yet.
The workaround by editing the “preferences.xml” file (with SciTE) worked for my CC121 but now that I’ve bought the FaderPort 8 (PreSonus) this gives annoying midi notes as well. I tried to edit the preference file again as follows:
This doesn’t work. Now both devices are enabled again. I guess it must be done differently. But how?
Sorry, I found out that it has to do with a circuit I use to get FaderPort 8 to work with Nuendo. It uses a little appl. called loopMIDI. I won’t bother you any further, the principle works (without space after the commas).
Hi – using Dorico 2, I’m trying to edit the preferences.xml as described above to blacklist some midi devices, but I’m finding that the file gets overwritten every time Dorico exits, and the blacklist doesn’t work. Any suggestions? Thanks in advance.
trying to disable a midi input port in the preference.xml file
Having the same problem as above but in Dorico3
no way to change the preference file, it always get overwritten
the preference file is located for me in:
C:\Users\user name\AppData\Roaming\Steinberg\Dorico 3\preferences.xml