of course in the middle of a job a totally new phenomenon occurs: i’m just working on a project with some Vsti’s…went back from a break, playing back the arrangement all fine, but when i start playing a vsti via my keyboard, nothing happens. I can see the corresponding Midi input action on the Cubase meter though.
The track is record enabled. I didn’t change any of the program settings regarding midi (filter, through…). When i load the midi monitor into a track, no action is shown when playing on the keyboard (but does show when playing back recorded midi). VSTi’s also play fine when i click the virtual keyboard in Kontakt for example, so it’s not a sound problem.
The Midi input on each channel is set as usual (all inputs), the interface is listed in the studio settings/midi devices as usual, too… it should play.
What i tried: restart Cubase, restart Cubase with default prefs, restart PC, restart masterkeyboard; removed the MIDI interface driver/reinstalled…all nothing. Must be inside Cubase.
Edit: tried some more things - the problem does not occur in Cubase 9.5 or standalone VSTi’s, so midi hard/software is definitely working fine, it’s just within Cubase 11.
So Cubase is receiving midi, but some kind of setting prevents the interface’s midi signal going to a track. Using Cubase for 20 years and never had such a problem…without any ado…a moment before all worked fine.
Does anyone have an idea ? Did i miss something obvious ?
Cubase Pro 11
Interface: Roland UM-One
Keyboard: Yamaha KX-88