Author Topic: Unitor8 MIDI routings within Cubase  (Read 995 times)

Offline Irisman

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Unitor8 MIDI routings within Cubase
« on: July 11, 2017, 12:36:49 AM »

Hi,

I am running the DieHard's Instant Daw on my MDD2003. Connected via USB there is an Unitor 8, linked to an AMT8, giving 16 MIDI sepparate ports.

There is a master keyboard (Yamaha V50) connected to an input of the AMT8, and I want to route the MIDI signal to several hardware and software synths connected to other ports on the Unitor8 and the AMT8, but the Patch Mode that seems to allow MIDI routings within the Unitor8 requires the unit being disconnected from computer.

I took a look at the OMS settings, but there are no visible (at least for me), options for channelizing-routings as they appear i.e., on the Opcode Studio4.

As far as I know, selecting several MIDI channels on newer versions of Cubase allows easy routing of the incoming master keyboard MIDI signals to different MIDI ports, but in Cubase VST24 I can´t get this.

żAny other user experienced simmilar question?


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Re: Unitor8 MIDI routings within Cubase
« Reply #1 on: July 14, 2017, 01:48:45 AM »

Mistery solved using  "split"  in multirecord options ;)

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Re: Unitor8 MIDI routings within Cubase
« Reply #2 on: July 17, 2017, 09:44:35 AM »
right. since atari times, actually. :)
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