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    can someone plsss help me ...

    i bought a roland pc 70 midi controller but have no idea how to set it up in cubase for my vstis...

    any information will be appreciated...
    thankyou guys

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    Right then...

    More info from you about your setup, what you are using computer wise etc would help people to give you some advice.

    Do have any other external devices, modules etc?

    More detail geeza!

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    Maybe I'm just being stupid, but don't you just need to assign a VSTi to a certain midi channel, make sure that channel is highlighted and then get playing? Like you would if you were using external instruments?

    KasioRoks

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    Im not too firmiliar with Cubase as I use Logic (albeit pretty similar) so you probably know more than me without doubt. But what you are saying certainly makes sense!

    anyway, doesn't Cubase come with a manual??!!

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    KasioRoks is right... just assign the VSTi to a midi channel, make sure that track is selected and play away.....

    As for the sliders and knobs(if the roland has any), it depends on the VSTi for controllers...
    -fatlace

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