Cubasis can save files onto an external hard drive that is supported by your device, allowing to backup and transfer your work with just a few simple steps:Select a project or file.Tap the Share button.Select the hard drive companion app. The project including its audio material will be saved to the external hard drive.
Each mirror is a server (or cloud of servers) which hosts the exact same file, the only difference is in the download speed.For example, if you are located in central Europe, you can choose the server in the Czech republic.But if you are in UK, USA or even Australia for example, it's usually better to use the Google drive, the download will probably be much faster.
From there, I had stereo outputs (L&R;) selected. The filename I had set as my project name. Bit depth was 32 bit (I also tried 16 and 24 bit and it all failed). Real Time Export box was checked. I did not have it import into the pool or project. I has the patch for the file to go to as my secondary drive (also tried my primary drive). In every case it said I did not have enough space.
For the new beta, all the sysex files (*.syx) will work. If I find some time this weekend, I will convert the other bank to *.syx as well. The old version is the one on my google-sites page, if you follow the link further up on this page.
anyone having luck to run pg8x as controller on midiman MIDI sport 4x4 ? i use midiquest exported dll as vstI controller but i want to run pg8x ... it runs much faster ... thanks for the help ! :) cubase 5 user i have dedicated MIDI out just for jx8p and enable sysex in cubase and in jx8p ... 2b1af7f3a8