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Cubase 10 Pro puts Midi Guitar 2 on Blacklist (repeatedly)

Maybe someone has an idea how to stop this behaviour?
I’m using Midi Guitar 2 (latest version) as VST inside Cubase Pro 10.4. (Windows 7, latest Updates)
It works pretty good.
But I had to reactivate the plug in now for the third time.

I have a project here, where I used Midi guitar as send to several instruments (only one at the time!), recorded the midi stuff and all fine. After saving Cubase crashed.
And after restarting Cubase a message appeared the the Midi Guitar plugin could not be found.
Cubase had put in on the blacklist (again). So after reactivating it’s there again.
What makes me wonder ist the fact, that Cubase does not respect the decision that it has to stay white listed. Which is a bit annoying.

So is there any idea to stop this behaviour?
Btw. I had the Asio guard deactivated, when this happened.

that is certainly annoying.
The crashes must be triggering this situation. But why does Cubase crash after saving?
Try switch off live monitoring of MG before you save, maybe it crashes after the saving when it reinitialises.

Thanks Paul,

I will try to do so and keep an eye on what happens (if it happens next)

Hy there, I have been experiencing the same problem with MG2 as a plugin in cubase 10.40 Artist.

Now and then MG2 blacklisted by cubase and I have to reactivate it. After a while, it is blacklisted again…

Even when it is not blacklisted, it sometimes causes Cubase to crash and I think therefore there is something that Cubase does not like with MG2 but I never further information about it…

It’s a pity cause using MG2 as a plugin inside Cubase is the most convenient way to change instruments on the fly and seamlessly in a live situation.

So I would also be interested in any information about that issue.

the people of Steinberg are looking into it, they got our plugin 10 days ago. No feedback untill now. We’ll keep you posted here.

Thanks Paul, I hope we shall find a fix

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Paul, also a thanks from here
Good luck to us

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My Midi Guitar 2 plugin is not backlisted by Cubase 10 Pro. Maybe because I only use the 64 bits plugin ? (All 32 bits plugins are blacklisted by Cubase since version V9.0 or V9.5)

I only use the 64 bits version or MG2 and it is repeatedly blacklisted nevertheless, and it sometimes causes cubase to crash. Appart from that it works fine most of the time.

Same here, using the 64 bit version exclusively with Cubase 10 pro

Well I have yo Say that I haven’t experienced any cubase crash due yo MG2 for some Time now. I recently upgraded from Windows 7 to Windows 10 and I have encountered no problem until now