hi guys I have a master 88 noted Yamaha P200 controller keyboad that has a broken “local” button. So with this button broken I can’t disable local midi signals. This means every time I play the keyboard on the track I just recorded or playback I get a midi “flanging” effect because I’m hearing the notes as I play them and also coming back from the Cubase. What I usually do is when I record I disable the output midi port to “Not Connected” but then when I have to play back I have to reconnect this port. I do this a lot of time in a session.
Can you guys think of a way to make this work on a key command or maybe something else that will have the same results as disconnecting the output midi port?
What about Mute the track?
Did you try to send midi cc 122 to the keyboard. 0 should turn the local off and 127 should turn it on.
No Mute doesn’t work in this case. It only effects playback but not live play.
Thank you though for trying to help.
What about to disable the MIDI Thru in the Preferences?
I didn’t think of this and didn’t know there was a cc for a control like local!
How would I implement this? I see under the MIDI menu there is an item called CC Automation Setup. I do see CC122. But do I add an automation track and add it to that or is there a better way to do this?
Ahhhh that’s the answer! Thanks Martin. Yes that works great. Cubase is like a catacombs of features and options.
Tell me did you learn Cubase by using it for years or is there a good tutorial book or video series for this?
I don’t find the manual that helpful in this area.
I would just create a midi part, open key editor and draw a midi cc event in the controller lane. Let it playback once.
By using it for years, by reading the forum and try to help the others. I’m learning every day.
Ok that’s what I thought but just in case there was some Holy Grail of a document guide it was worth asking.