Is it possible to use a Yamaha DGX-630 in Cubase 7 for MIDI recording? (the keyboard has a MIDI function so I don’t understand why this shouldn’t be possible?)
In that case, how do I set it up when it isn’t on the list in the “Add MIDI device” section?
I have done exactly as you wrote, but I think the problem is that I don’t know where the keyboard will “show up”. Is it under “Devices” -> “MIDI device manager”? It doesn’t show up there… Nor in the “MIDI Port setup” under “Device setup”…
According to “Musicsoft Downloader” the connection between the keyboard and the computer works properly. What do I do wrong?
Hi there, if you are new to cubase it can seem confusing but I’ve added a picture to try and help, for a start make sure that you installed the keyboard driver successfully and turned it on BEFORE you started cubase or it will ignore it (I think it is different on mac’s which apparently pick it up - but as a PC user I wouldn’t know).
Now create an Instrument track (for simple testing)
Cubase Menus --> Project --> Add Track --> Instrument (just select Halion Sonic SE for testing)
Now after making sure the instrument track is selected, hover over to the dialogue area in the picture, click on it and your keyboard should be in there (if all is well)