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[Poll] Fix the insert handling in the new mixer console?

The new insert handling in mixer console, with the hidden buttons, makes workflow better or worse?

Edit:
Notice where I have the mouse pointer located and what actually happens when I click.
This happens all the time for us that have narrow mixer settings (many mixer channels on screen).
Take a look the my screenshot gif animation here:
http://www.gifti.me/i/tUPlGTuh.gif
by msy
Wed Nov 06, 2013 8:51 am
 
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Re: 2014 - and Cubase 7.5 still does not recognize a USB-dev

And they still know for sure it's down to Cubase.

No need for bantering. I'm not sure you understand the cause.
I agree that it isn't a major problem if you work in a studio, but in live sessions it can be a problem that you have to reload the entire project during performance if something gets disconnected by mistake. USB-cables doesn't have clips so it can easily happen when you move around on stage.

It IS a Cubase-problem because it only reads the devices at Cubase-startup. Ableton Live and some other DAWs can refresh/read devices after startup if the user wants to. It's not 100% working in all DAWs, but at least it's something - and it proves that it isn't a Windows-problem per se. Microsoft could never release an update that makes this work, Cubase code must be changed.

Allocating the actual driver is something that Windows does - not Cubase. Cubase just has to update it's list of available devices (which may not be THAT simple since Cubase can overwrite settings/preferences in your current project).
by msy
Tue Jan 21, 2014 5:05 pm
 
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Re: Cubase 7 and BCF2000

Hi, I am having some problems with Cubase 7.5 and BCF2000.
Many things are working well, but some things are not (annoyingly!).
Have I missed something?
I am running Cubase 7.5 Artist on Win7-64-bit. I am using the following firmware recently downloaded from Behringer site: bcf2000_1-10.syx.
Is this firmware correct?

So, the problems:

1. The top right and bottom right Encoder keys do not scroll through pages as expected, instead they change functions to Routing select (top right key) and Send FX volume control (bottom right key) (as seen in BCFview and seen in the Cubase file being worked on).

2. In Edit mode, encoder knobs 1-4 and knob 6 control relevant channel pans as expected. However, knob 5 controls channel 5 pan (as expected), but also turns Loop function (Transport bar) on and off. Knob 7 moves channel 7 pan but also triggers fast fwd, and knob 8 controls channel 8 pan but also triggers fast reverse.

3. There seems to be some stability issues using MIDI/Instrument tracks. Sometimes (not always) when wanting to control those tracks with the BCF2000, things ‘flip out’ and all of a sudden BCF faders are controlling panning rather than volume.

I have spent the past 2 hours scouring the BCF2000 postings on this forum and not found what my issues might be due to.

Any suggestions?

Thanks.

I am using BCF2000 in Mackie Mode and BCR2000 for normal MIDI CC assigning, no problems.
After 7.5 update the Mackie mode is different. I've made a corrected layout for the BCR.
See attached JPG.
by msy
Mon Nov 10, 2014 3:44 pm
 
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