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uc-16 controller, with cubase and reason
« on: Feb 18th, 2003, 9:24am »
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can anyone please help i'm using windows xp, the  problem i have is i want to use my evoulution uc-16 controller in reason, but reason is the slave to cubase through rewire.. the problem i always get is that when i try to use it i get the error message... midi device being used by another application. so i've been advised to use use midi-ox...
 
how the hell do i do it.... please help
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Re: uc-16 controller, with cubase and reason
« Reply #1 on: Feb 22nd, 2003, 12:29pm »
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Doesn't Rewire pass along the MIDI information from Cubase to Reason?
 
If no, it seems that you could do this without MIDI-OX or MIDI Yoke by NOT opening the uc-16 controller in Cubase, and only open it in Reason.
 
If you need the uc-16 in both apps, you could install MIDI-OX and MIDI Yoke.  Open the uc-16 in MIDI-OX and open MIDI Yoke 1 outout in MIDI-OX.  Then open MIDI Yoke 1 as the sole input to Cubase and MIDI Yoke 1 as the sole input to Reason.
 
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Re: uc-16 controller, with cubase and reason
« Reply #2 on: Feb 23rd, 2003, 1:30pm »
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...or get really fancy and set up two MIDI Yoke ports with MIDI-OX splitting the knobs so that some "belong" to Cubase and some "belong" to Reason... It's probably more flexible not to, though, and just not try to use one knob for different things unintentionally in both Smiley
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