I put this in here because I don’t think it’s a bug, but more on my end when setting up my controllers.
I’ve been a Cubase user for several years since Cubase Elements 6. I use a lot of midi controllers to help me play the music I’ve written.
However I have one slight issue, and it’s with using midi buttons. Whenever I try to use midi buttons instead of faders to control my plugins like delays, reverbs, etc, there’s always a slight playback issue when I press it. Note that I am using the bypass button and not the on/off button. It’s hard to describe, but in terms of using the delay plugin, when I deactivate the bypass button, it finishes the previous note before effecting the next note of my track. Does that make sense? It never sounds good when I bypass it. Especially on snare drum tracks, when I need a snare roll(use a plugin instead of doing the roll by hand, in 1/16), you hear the previous note played on top of the current note, and it always throws me off of my rhythm.
Anybody getting me? I like using buttons instead of controlling the mix setting by hand because it doesn’t require finger accuracy and I can use another knob at the same time sometimes.
I have a feeling it’s on me because it’s been doing this ever since I’ve started using the Cubase plugins(which are very good), and it throws me off of my rhythm. I would like to play live sometime however the audience can’t hear this playback issue when I use midi buttons. The plugins need to be activated cleanly every time I use them for me to be able to use them effectively.
In device setup, I use the generic remote, and midi buttons assigned as “controller”(or whatever the default is) because that is the default for all my midi controllers. I also use the R flag, along with I believe, the toggle flag, one of those flags in the bottom half of the window.
Thanks for the help, I appreciate it.