Quick Control value not saved in Project

In Cubase I have a MIDI track set to an external MIDI module as an rack instrument. I use three Quick Controls to enter the levels of reverb, delay and chorus via MIDI CC All messages. This works fine.

But when I save and reload the Project, all three values of the QC are reset to zero. This does not happen with “standard” QC settings like Volume or Pan. Just with the CC All. Is this normal?

Automating the parameters works, but I don’t really need that. I just need a static initial value. And I have a lot of MDID tracks…

You might have to write or record the values in the project. I’m assuming because you’re using an external module, it’s not saved in Cubase. You need to record it in for it to then read it back to your external instrument.

Thanks ilmolto, that’s what I will do. Make a one-bar empty MIDI event with all the initial CC values en place those at the beginning of each track.

But it would be better if QC just worked like it should.

I’m having the same problem. It’s a bug, of course.
A “work around” is a “work around” though.

Is this bug ever going to get fixed?

Bump: Cubase 13 not saving Instrument channel quick control values. Ex: first two QC slots in Instrument Track Inspector are assigned to CC 1 and CC 2. I set the two values at 45 and 27 respectively, save the session, close it and reopen. Upon reopening the CC 1 and CC 2 values are reset to 0.

If I record the CC value as automation, the data is saved with the session. If I manually set the value and do not write automation, the data is reset to zero upon reopening the session. Is this a bug or a feature? I don’t understand why a user would ever want their QC settings reset after saving and reopening… Is there something I’m missing?