Greetings all. I just bought the MIDI Guitar package and installed the 64-bit and standalone versions. I have been able to successfully get the piano patches on the standalone version to play. The DAW situation is a whole nuther beast, unfortunately.
I’m using Windows 10 / Cubase Elements 10.0.3/Boss GT-001. I went through all the setup videos I could find (not many, I admit), and I think I crossed all my t’s and dotted all my i’s. I set the buffer size on the Boss to 256 samples/44.1k and turned off ASIO Guard. I went through the steps just as described in the video - created a mono audio track, put the G2M plugin into the insert, created an instrument track with HalionSonic and set the input on the instrument track to the G2M 64-bit setting, making sure to match the MIDI channel settings.
Not only do I not hear the MIDI patch, I detect no MIDI signal going into G2M at all. I assume the theory is that the guitar input goes into the audio track, through the insert (plug-in), then to the stereo out (since I don’t have a submix bus set up for that purpose) - and then, the output from the insert is then routed to the instrument track, since the input has been set to the G2M option. Of course, the instrument track is not going to record or play anything if the insert in the audio track (G2M) has seen no MIDI at all.
What could I be missing? Thanks so much in advance - sure hope someone has gone through this. It makes me wonder if the product has actually been tested on the latest versions of Cubase. Given that the trial version does not include the VST plugin, seems to me the developers would take a little more care to test the product out before charging people for it.
Anyway, I’ll wait for the collective wisdom here…