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by andrew71; Tue Sep 20, 2011 11:01 am
I've read through the manual, but the getting started instructions relate to Ableton Live. I've managed to get some sound out of Thesys, but it isn't working how I expected it to.
Is there a guide on how to get Thesys correctly configured in Cubase? At the moment, although I can get it to route midi to another plugin, it doesn't seem to follow the host sync and only makes sound when the other plugin track is selected in Cubase.
by LGK_Dude; Thu Sep 05, 2013 10:25 pm
by T-CM11; Sun Oct 20, 2013 5:20 am
LGK_Dude wrote:Do you mind sharing what you did to get this to work. I dont know why sugar bytes dont make setup videos for each DAW. How do they expect people to buy it if they make it a challenge just to get it setup in their DAW to demo?!
- Load it in the instruments rack
- Make 2 midi tracks:
1. with Thesys as input = the instrument you want to control
2. with Thesys as output = to control Thesys itself with midi
I don't think it's much of a challenge.
by mattasbob; Thu Dec 05, 2013 8:35 pm
Midi Track 1 has no input and outputs Thesys Midi IN
Midi Track 2 has Thesys midi out as the inoput and then outputs to another softsynth.
by Kalamata Kid; Thu Dec 05, 2013 9:46 pm
If you have Bidule or enrgyXT or other similar VSTi open it the rack F11. Then select Bidule in the "IN".
Open Bidule and then open Thesys inside Bidule. Find the midi port and channel of your midi keyboard and connect them. Now this will be the midi input to any VSTi, lets say a piano.
The alternative is to select Bidule in the rack. Open it and then open Thesys and your VSTi lets say a piano inside. Connect them . You are in business.
by T-CM11; Fri Dec 06, 2013 2:45 am
mattasbob wrote:I need to get something third party to run midi out of this unit while in cubase?
Can you make and post screenshots of the inspectors of both tracks; so I can see what went wrong...
by T-CM11; Fri Dec 06, 2013 10:41 am
Does it work for you?