Hi - thanks for the answers.
I am not using templates, tried raising the buffer to an unaccepted level (high latency), ticked the “System Timestamp option” - problem still there.
As I started with Cubase without knowing anyting about Cubase (have been recording 4 track Tascam in the early years), I might have messed up a setting somewhere, so I would like to trash the prefs. I tried to search for this in the knowledge base, but couldn’t find any article about this - is it possible to share a link for this?
But I think that you might misunderstand the problem. Playing the digital drums live without Cubase, but with the digital drums internal sounds through the audio out (no midi) shows no problems. No “flooded notes”.
When connecting to Cubase either through my KX88 midi in or through Maudio C400 midi in, the problem arise. It could be playing the digital drums live with the Cubase HalionOne drums sound (through the computers audio out) or recording the drums on a Cubase intrusment track.
When recording and the problem occours, the flooded midi notes gets recorded on the instrument track, and playing the track makes the flooded notes occour at the exact same place (because they have been recorded).
So Cubase is playing the notes correctly - which is why I still think that the problem is related to the MIDI chain. Plaing the KX88 never shows any problems. Problems is just there when MIDI gets into the picture.
What I could do is to try to swap some of the MIDI hardware to see if it is hardware or software related, but I actually can’t find my old MIDI stuff…
Anyone seen any issues like this? Any hints?