My question arose while watching this Cubase midi remote tutorial: Video
Video at 2:37: Let`s assume for a second that there was no script available for the Launchkey 49 that I have in front of me.
Hmmm… but it is available. Normally, when connected, the Launchkey 49 should be recognized automatically and appear in the interface. But in the video it doesn’t. You only see the previously used controllers. So the 49er must have been deactivated somehow beforehand, probably in the Midi Remote Manager. Unfortunately no comment on this.
I repeated this with my own Launchkey Mini. Once the Launchkey Mini has been recognized by Cubase, you cannot define another controller with it. Before I can create a second controller interface for my Launchkey Mini I have to deactivate the existing Cubase script in Remote Manager/Scripts.
Hence my question: Can only one user interface be active for a controller? Do I have to deactivate all defined surfaces that I don’t use in the Midi Remote Manage ?