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Re: Behringer X-Touch - that blue light...

Postby Ronnie Wibbley » Thu May 07, 2020 1:46 pm

Late to the party as usual, but I've recently got one of these (and, if you'll forgive the expression, the corresponding magnetic Dutch attachment) and so far I've been very impressed.

One thing - do your controllers ever disconnect from Cubase in the middle of sessions? A couple of times I've found the buttons have stopped responding and a quick switch-off-and-switch-on-again of the X-Touch is required. Could be a dodgy USB cable, I suppose, if nobody else is having this issue.
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Re: Behringer X-Touch - that blue light...

Postby The Elf » Thu May 07, 2020 2:14 pm

Ronnie Wibbley wrote:One thing - do your controllers ever disconnect from Cubase in the middle of sessions?
Nope - mine is 100% reliable.
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Re: Behringer X-Touch - that blue light...

Postby Richard Benn » Fri May 08, 2020 11:35 am

Ronnie Wibbley wrote:One thing - do your controllers ever disconnect from Cubase in the middle of sessions?

Yes, I have this happen occasionally. Not so often that it becomes a problem.

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