I use iOS. I believe that I use an automatic IP number… At least I don’t recall entering an IP number manually, when I installed IC Pro.
Anyhow, it seems to work now. With the exception that new buttons are gone the next time IC Pro is launched. I have 8 pages full of button, that I’ve made and that still are there after a relaunch. It’s just newly added buttons that won’t “stick”. Any idea what can be causing this?
While writing this, another problem appears. I tried programming a new button, closed IC Pro and reopened it, all while Cubase remained active. This time all the faders (and everything else in connection with the open project, it appears) was gone!
I closed IC Pro and Cubase…and Cubase won’t quit! It had to be Force Quit! I relaunched Cubase and IC Pro. Still no faders in IC Pro! As a last resort I tried disconnecting IC Pro and reconnecting it. Now the faders appeared again, and Cubase seems to quit correctly.
This isn’t the first time I’ve experienced strange behavior from Cubase/IC Pro. When I connected a second monitor to the computer, SKI Remote disappeared from Cubase and had to be installed.
IC Pro tripped me up by complaining that there was no computer. This seemed strange since there clearly was and the wi-fi network worked perfectly with everything else! Steinberg should really change this error message. That IC Pro can’t find ant Cubase installation with SKI remote available is not the same as there being no computer! It should read that IC Pro can’t find SKI remote.
Then the SKI remote installation would be at the top of the list of possible causes. Now, I wasted hours trying to figure out was wrong with the network. That the SKI remote plug-in would be erased from Cubase, just because a second monitor was connected, never entered my mind. I was pure coincidence that I noticed that it was missing in the Device Setup.