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    I've gotten as far as the "editing generic remote device" dialog. My question is how do I tell cubase what to do when I press a key. My midi knowledge is expanding everyday but this is a bit over my head at this point. If you care I can make retarded lil songs now and enjoying what I m learning.(<---reference to last post) By the way I'm using a fatar sl-161 and cubase 5 vst 32 r4

    Now that Ive been looking around my actual qustion has more to do with controlling the vst instruments. I cant seem to get them to play from the controller. HELP thanks
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    Ok now Im desperate! I've read all the manuals incl. the controllers and can't seem to get the controller to play any of the vst ins. I get a midi signal in so thats not a problem but I cant seem to get any sounds out.

    I think I have everything set up right but what am I missing?

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    OK, I've literally just done this to check how it all works so here goes:
    In the panels menu select VST instruments.
    Hit the little down arrow thing to get a list of the available instruments.
    Pick whichever one you want. (Let's say LM9)
    Make sure the red button to the LHS of the word 'edit' is lit.
    On a spare midi channel (say channel 1) click in the 'Output' column. From the pop-up list that comes up select LM9.
    Click on channel 1 in either the track or instrument columns in order to select it.
    Hit C1 on your controller keyboard, you should hear a kick drum.

    Hope this helps a little bit.
    KasioRoks

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    i fixed it. I had to uninstall /reinstall, clean out REG, bang my head on the wwall and drink lots of rouge beer. I still couldn't tell you what was going on. LEts just say it was the cubase and not me thank god

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