Hi guys, I have both Dorico (3.5.11) which I am very new to & Cubase (11.0.10) installed on my PC (Windows 10) and although they can both run simultaneously … are they only meant to be run independent of each other. My reason for asking and this is my question, with both DAW’s running together my USB/MIDI keyboard still controls Dorico in the background when I’m in Cubase. I know I can switch the MIDI input device off in the Dorico preferences but is there a more elegant way to do this, for example … either Cubase or Dorico has priority according to which main window is on top/active. In Cubase you can (again as a kind of example) go to Studio pull down menu / Studio Setup / Audio System … and check a box to release the Audio Driver when (Cubase) the application is in the Background. Can something similar be done with the MIDI input / control devices when switching between programs.