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Old 04-28-2008, 08:58 AM
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Default Importing SD2 Midi Performances Into Cubase 4.1.3.853...help!

Hi on a steep learning curve at the moment with Computer upgrades / purchase of Goliath / SD2, and upgraded to Cubase 4.1.3.853. (Busy Weekend)

My question which might have a simple solution so please excuse my ignorance is:

When I drag a midi file from the SD2 folder into Cubase 4.1.3.853, it automatically creates all the relevant midi instrument tracks.

My problem is I cannot route these individual tracks to the already setup SD2 Play VST.

To hear the midi file in all it's glory I have to cut and paste each midi file from each instrument track into one midi track that is routed to the SD2 VST. (very tedious)

Hopefully, I took so much info in this last weekend that my brain has shut down and the obvious solution is staring me in the face

Any ideas?
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Problem sorted thanks to the Cubase forum:

For all newbies to Cubase 4.

There's a Pref that let's you de-select Instrument Tracks as the default Import target. File-Prefs-MIDI-MIDI File.

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