Midi over Bluetooth?

I have also same kind of question.
My current Cubase version is 9.5

I have keyboard and Yamaha MD-BT01 bluetooth MIDI device connected to the keyboard.
I see the bluetooth MIDI in MIDIBerry and I can play using Microsoft GS Wavetable Synth
But I dont see MD-BT01 in Cubase input/output.

Any solution?

Ok, I forgot to say I use Windows 10

I moved ahead one step more. Now I can use MD BT-01 but still have unacceptable latency.

So solution is

  1. Install MIDIberry https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/p/midiberry/9n39720h2m05?activetab=pivot:overviewtab
  2. Install https://www.tobias-erichsen.de/software/loopmidi.html
  3. Follow instructions http://newbodyfresher.linclip.com/how-to-use-with-daw

For me it works more or less ok (but with a.m. latency) if I follow steps one by one

a) Start LoopMIDI (Run as Administrator)
b) Start MIDIberry
c) Start Cubase

If I do different siquence it may bring me delays with couple seconds (Terrible)

Some additional
https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/p/midiberry/9n39720h2m05?activetab=pivot:overviewtab

Now researching about if it is possible to reduce latency. I think delay happens because of chain MIDI (MD BT-01) -> MIDIberry -> LoopMIDI -> Cubase
Somewhere there are delays. I suspect in MIDIberry -> LoopMIDI part. Probably because of driver.
MD BT-01 has very good reputation about latency so I am looking about update something after it.

I’m also having problems with Korg Microkeys and Cubase/Dorico. Win 10 recognizes the Korg and it works in MIDIberry, but not in dorico/cubase. Neither Bluetooth nor usb-cable.

stay away from BT. if you need to repeat reliably over longer distances, take sth like this https://www.corning.com/optical-cables-by-corning/worldwide/en/products/usb-optical-cables.html