Thanks but it’s a bit on a different subject. Cubase have sorted while ago the ‘missing audio driver issue’ by reselecting it in audio driver menu if active. So simply I expect the same about Midi, refreshing button or automatic clock. There’s no excuse for them about that.
You might be surprised, but I do read the manuals, all the time, it’s obviously a way more reliable source than dis-informative internet forums these days…
How did you assume that i’ve got no idea about how the USB drivers works.
For Windows it’s just a matter of seconds to refresh reconnected device/driver. Whenever it is present in the device list, Cubase should also be able to take it back without a problem. But it doesn’t do that, because it’s written wrong. Every time I restart Cubase, i see it loads the Midi information at the beginning, and after that is completely deaf for any changes. This is all about how Cubase is written. And it should be improved years ago, when USB MIDI practically replaced traditional MIDI din.
It’s is not the only Cubase issue of course, there is a whole lot of applications written that ancient way. But also there is a lot forward thinking software developers, who are the music professionals as well, and they are much closer to the real demands and expectations of our times.
If You’re able to bring back a lost USB MIDI device in Cubase, without restarting, I’d really love to know HOW you did it step by step please, because that would be crucial for me and many other people I know…
BTW. Trust me, even 10000 posts doesn’t make anyone expert. My mate in social media department makes that amount within a month with all the updates for customers, and as he admits, he has no idea what is he writing about, that’s just job