I am having a problem concerning the volume sent out from Cubasis via MIDI into my Yamaha CP4 Stage Piano. I copied into Cubasis a song of 2 complicated multi-note MIDI tracks, acoustic piano (channel 1) and strings (channel 2) and send both tracks out via MIDI into the CP4 (Cubasis channel 1 sent out as channel 1 and channel 2 sent out as channel 2). In the CP 4 channel 1 is assigned to a piano voice and channel 2 is assigned to a strings voice and the volume of each channel is controlled by separate sliders.
Here is the problem. The MIDI out volume of channel 1 (piano) is perfect with a wide volume range received by the CP4 and controlled by the slider for channel 1. However, the volume received for channel 2 (strings) is so incredibly soft, almost inaudible even at the highest slider setting, with the result that even though the MIDI data is received by the CP4 channel 2, in essence I can’t hear the CP4 channel 2 string voice even at the highest volume setting.
The problem is not with the CP4 because with another Cubasis song (project) active, the volume of the string voice on channel 2 is accurately received by the CP4 channel 2 over an extended volume range and consequently the problem is not with Cubasis in general or the subsequent song would not be sending out the proper MIDI volume data on channel 2. Thus the issue is with this particular MIDI track.
I have tried everything I know of, including raising the volume in the MIDI editor in Cubasis for the channel 2 track, assigning different voices to channel 2, routing Cubasis channel 2 into channel 1 on the CP4, creating a fresh 1 track song with only the channel 2 track (from the original song) copied and pasted into the new track, but the same thing happens. There is something inherent in this particular track that is drastically reducing its MIDI out volume and I know of no way to fix it. I would appreciate any ideas on how to solve this. Thanks in advance.