Yes it does. A variation has cropped up, in that sometimes the drums will start up when I click record, and sometimes it comes in when I play the first notes. Really odd. Either way the rhythm led flashes on the keyboard, and I can press "the “Stop” button to silence it. It is also adding odd notes to the rhythm track.
This evening I tried recording from a different Performance on the MX61, using a keyboard split. But voice 1 played over the whole keyboard, instead of the specified lower half, and I couldn’t rectify this by re-programming the keyboard. In desperation I closed Cubase down, and the problem went away.
I therefore suspect that there is a problem with Cubase, maybe to do with the installation itself. Is there a way of resetting Cubase to the original factory settings, or will I have to remove the programme from the hard drive and then re-install it? And if I do this, what will happen to the install key, along with the various VST synths I have added to the laptop since installing Cubase? And finally, if this re-installation is a viable option, is it worth upgrading to Cubase 11 at the same time? OR even switching to a different DAW altogether?