ebre2142 wrote:I am having issues when connecting my Casio AP-45 digital piano to cubase. The piano is not detected and it is not functioning at all.
cubic13 wrote:I am only using MIDI cables for my keyboard/expanders gear. From this, and guessing that your piano is also connected to your Audio/MIDI interface with a MIDI cable, few things to check (here, I suppose that you have an integrated MIDI-audio device with a dedicated ASIO driver for it to be used by Cubase) :
1) In the 'Device setup' window, 'MIDI/MIDI port setup', be sure that there is at least one MIDI in port that is visible and active. If not, there is a problem in your setup : check in the 'VST audio system' that Cubase is working with an ASIO driver (or, at least and even if it's not recommended, would it only be for latency reasons, a 'Generic low latency' or an 'ASIO full duplex' one).
2) Be sure that this port is used in the track inspector 'Input routing' field of the MIDI/Instrument track used to record/play the MIDI data in Cubase.
3) At this point, do you recieve any incoming MIDI data (check the MIDI meter of the transport bar) ? If not, try to use as MIDI insert the 'MIDI monitor' plug-in and see if there is any data displayed when playing your piano.
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