Dear Jan Hendrik,
Thanks for your suggestions for improvements on the Windows install. This might come in handy in a later stage. I have spent many hours of installing multiple VST’s in the MAC setup so I will stick to that. Everything else works.
The “spiking” of midi-sgnals can also easily be resolved by the way:
Simply turn off the midi output towards the CMC, although it’s status might not be updated anymore by track automation. Probably there is some loopback process going on.
Do you not agree that it’s strange that the controllers are immediately and correctly recognised in other software by Steinberg? HALion versions in stand-alone mode DO operate with the CMC’s on MAC and the CMC’s do not work within Cubase. With all due respect but in my honest opinion this must have something to do with:
- some setting in Cubase, preventing correct installation
- some file that is not saved while installed (I am Admin)
- some interpretation error of midi signals
- or maybe an installed VSTi in Cubase
and rather nothing with the fact that it’s a MAC OS on an Intel processorbased PC. I think blaming the setup is a little too easy an escape.
Yesterday I have installed a small program called MiDi Monitor by Snoize to test midi data being transferred from the CMC’s. This all looks OK.
Is there a kind of pre-made config file that can be be imported as a Generic Remote that has all CMC-parameters available?