for your monitor, what kind of connection are you using on it? A cinch/peritel adapter or the VGA one?
Have a look at this:https://github.com/mist-devel/mist-board/wiki/DocIni
"The MiST firmware has a few configuration options available, which can be set by adding a "mist.ini" file to the root of the SD card.
Overall the file should contain a "mist" tag at the top:
If set to 1, some cores will disable their scandoubler to produce a 15khz video signal. This works better for upscalers and arcade displays. Also if you want to use a VGA-to-SCART cable with MiST, you need to set this option to 1.
you might try with scandouble_disable=1 for your monitor.
Also some people reported their vga TFT monitor were not working at all, so maybe your monitor is not compatible for an unknown reason.Cubase
I've not tried Cubase, but Cubase lite is working fine for me (I haven't tried to record from midi yet, maybe one day...), from a floppy. Look at this thread, there is an image to download. You can set up an hard drive from hatari but it might be slightly more difficult.viewtopic.php?f=111&t=31905&hilit=cubase+lite#p321785
and this one as well:viewtopic.php?f=101&t=27973&p=273094&hilit=cubase+lite+mist#p273094Hard Drives
For setting up the harddrive from hatari:https://github.com/mist-devel/mist-boar ... assStorage
basically, here is what I did:
I have my MiST hard drive on the SD card (atari.hd). I have setup Hatari to read this hard drive file as ACSI HD image (first line in options). You can copy data from .ST image, but if you want to copy data directly from your PC hard drive, you have to set up a SECOND hard drive, called GEMDOS drive. Just indicate the path on your Pc hard drive. The tricky part is:
- both hard drives will only work if you use EMUTOS tos, not regular atari ones
- if I remember well, you have to check the option on gemdos drive: [x] after asci/ide partitions (experimental). Write protection (x) off.
Then the hard drive in a file from your sd card will be in C, the Gemdos drive on your PC will be D. This way you'll be able to share between your PC and your MiST. If you only use .ST images on virtual floppies, you'll be able to transfer your data with only a regular GEMDOS drive, from your PC. With this, you can use a regular Atari TOS.
Hope this help!