Hello everyone, i don’t really know where else to post this, so i’ll post here. So today my Steinberg UR22 finally arrived with the Cubase AI 7. The reason why i bought the audio interface was my Roland TD-9 V-drums. I really hate the drum sounds from the sound module so i want to connect my e drums to my laptop and use the Superior Drummer 2.0 sounds. So everything seemed great - i connected the audio interface to my laptop, installed and activated Cubase AI 7… I managed to start Superior Drummer on my new Cubase, and the next thing i did was connecting my e drums to my UR22 via MIDI cable. And theres the problem… Theres no sound. I mean, the program doesnt even react to the triggers installed on my drums. However, if i click on individual drums on SD 2.0, the sound is there. So if someone could help me, heres how i connected everything:
- Connected the Steinberg UR22 to my laptop via usb cable.
- Turned on my V-drum sound module, the OUT end of the midi cable was connected to my drums, the IN end of the cable was connected in the UR22.
- In the Cubase AI, my input routing is set to Steinberg UR22-1, the output routing is 1-Superior drummer-Midi In.
- My UR22 settings: Phantom Power off (as explained in the user manual), Input/DAW Mix is on the middle, Phones on the middle, OUTPUT on the middle.
Please tell me where i went wrong?
Before i got my Steinberg UR22 i was using M-Audio Midisport Uno (a midi-usb adapter) and Reaper and everything was kinda easy, i just set my input routing with MIDISPORT UNO and i could play the drums the exact second. I would appreciate any help, thanks in advance.