MIDI Hardware/Software recommendations?

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Re: MIDI Hardware/Software recommendations?

Postby Kroll » Sat Oct 06, 2018 12:37 am

Hello dear mate,
Of course SHDI recognize all devices correctly.
I think you are right. On the beginning I change to CBX-D3.DLD on my Atari Falcon, where I could to change "_" to "-" in the name of file CBX-D3.DLD, under TOS 3,.06 iit is imposible. After run Cubase CBX I have no information about firmware not loaded, but information about D5 (please look at the photo, but I think it is normall because I have not D5 :).

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In Hardware setup in Audio menu I see cbx-D3 (V.2.05c), please look at next photo.
Additional On the front Panel CBX D3, after loaded The 44.1 KHz diode lights up.

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What Do you think Now it is working ?
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Re: MIDI Hardware/Software recommendations?

Postby charles » Sat Oct 06, 2018 1:24 am

can you get the cbx d unit to work without the others ?
is it new to your studio?
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Re: MIDI Hardware/Software recommendations?

Postby charles » Sat Oct 06, 2018 1:25 am

good , it appears to have worked
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Re: MIDI Hardware/Software recommendations?

Postby Atarieterno » Sat Oct 06, 2018 8:44 am

Kroll wrote:What Do you think Now it is working ?


So: have you renamed the file and now you get to that point? If so, you have already achieved one more step. There are many options still in gray, but you should try to record audio and do not forget that you must select an external SCSI hard disk partition.
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Re: MIDI Hardware/Software recommendations?

Postby Kroll » Sat Oct 06, 2018 3:13 pm

charles wrote:can you get the cbx d unit to work without the others ?


What do you mean ?

charles wrote:is it new to your studio?

Not quite in my studio, I got it from a friend to help him with the configuration of CBX and Atari TT. But Cubase and MIDI is my new fascination, which in the near future I want to do also on Falcon or TT.
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Re: MIDI Hardware/Software recommendations?

Postby Kroll » Sat Oct 06, 2018 3:18 pm

Atarieterno wrote:So: have you renamed the file and now you get to that point? If so, you have already achieved one more step. There are many options still in gray, but you should try to record audio and do not forget that you must select an external SCSI hard disk partition.


Exactly when I changed the name to CBX-D3.DLD. Using Cubase Audio is my new fascination and I will learn, the next step is to try to record something on an external SCSI device
@atariferno: If I have any problem, queastions I will be in contact with you :)
I am very grateful at the moment.


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