TedSopher wrote:Folks, It appears I am the only one having this problem, but just in case I am sharing the info anyway.
When I start a project with the MCUPro connected, it does all the right things, sets the position display, positions the faders, etc. In fact, most of the time I can start, stop, and rewind, etc., however after a seemingly random amount of time Cubase (7.5.20) stops seeing command from the surface. You can tell this not only because it doesn't work but the transport panel doesn't show midi activity from the surface at the time of the failure.
I have made and placed a 3 min video on YouTube to demonstrate what I am talking about. If anyone has a clue I would be appreciative of feedback. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KlVg2r3pWVc
I am of course running 7.5.30.
TedSopher wrote: If you inadvertently lose connection to the Mackie, due to lost power or lost USB connectivity, you must reboot Cubase to regain connection. I have tried using the Device setup window to reconnect the control surface, but it locks up Cubase. Perhaps there is an unavoidable technical issue that creates this situation, however it is inelegant at best. The argument will be, you should never lose connectivity in a professional environment, however, a bug is a bug.
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