Norbury Brook wrote: I have 3 Euphonix devices connected, along with two DAW's a PC and a Mac along with a connection from a wireless router to run iCPro. This is all into a Netgear 8 port gigabit 'SWITCH' and I have no problems on the mac or the windows 8 machine with eucon. They are all getting their own IP addresses so I haven't manually assigned static ones so noting fancy there , just default settings all round.
What have you got your Euphonix and DAW connected to? You're not using a router rather than a switch are you?
Norbury Brook wrote:True, there's definitely something wrong with the system. I'd always recommend a switch though for any DAW networking anyway so that would still be my first suggestion. As I said I have 3 units between 2 computers along side WiFi from a router with icpro and no issues at all.
Keyplayer wrote:Thanks for the tips. Now can anyone help me with that Freakin RECORD ARM bug that keeps coming on any MIDI track I open to edit?
Norbury Brook wrote:Keyplayer wrote:Thanks for the tips. Now can anyone help me with that Freakin RECORD ARM bug that keeps coming on any MIDI track I open to edit?
Did the switch work? MC
Norbury Brook wrote:
The record arm is in the preferences isn't it? There's a pref for 'record arm selected track' I think it's there so you can hit a track and be able to play you VI straight away.
Is that what we're talking about? MC
Norbury Brook wrote:Weird , I've not seen this at all and I do a ton of midi work. Just finished a Movie score in Nuendo and that was all midi and virtual instruments not a single issue.
Just re read your post, do you mean if the Euphonix units aren't switched on? Obviously they're always on when I'm working so maybe that's why I've not seen it.
Keyplayer wrote:It's VERY annoying!
MoPro wrote:Keyplayer wrote:It's VERY annoying!
Why? I mean why does it cause a problem?
Cubase 7.5.20 also exhibits this behavior, as does Cubase 6.5.5
You can manually turn-off the "Record Enable" while using the MIDI editor, but as you say... I don't seem to be able to find a control to make "Record Enable - OFF" the default condition.
But again... why is this condition a problem? I mean... I haven't noticed a problem where this condition has caused me to record over parts that I wanted to keep unless I did it by accident... but that's what the undo function is for!
Keyplayer wrote:Because, depending on which hardware rack I've got patched in, it has triggered some wicked feedback loops on ocassion.
Keyplayer wrote:On another note, you've got Nuendo 6.5? When was that released? I didn't see anything about it on the SB Page.
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