dbsys wrote:phonix wrote:dbsys wrote:
I am trying to get my Steinberg MIDI-3 working in Cubase 3.1. I have activated the driver (STMI3_5.DRV) in the MROS folder.
Is the MIDI-3 supposed to "appear" in the Cubase tracklist under "OUTPUT"?
I have the choice between ATARI and MROS only.
I would expect the MIDI-3 to add up to this selection when activating the driver.
How does this look in your Cubase software?
Thanks for help.
Did you remember to check inside the MIDI3 to see if the jumpers are all moved towards the printer port? Otherwise it is setup for PC (look further up this post for this)
Under output In cubase 2 or 3 you should be able to select Atari/Mros/STMI 1/STMI2 and STMI3
Have newest Mros, there is a link in this post i believe and have the driver there (STMI3_5.DRV)
Hope you get it working!
Hi phonix, thank you.
Yes, I moved all the jumpers towards the printer port, as advised by you in an earlier post above. I have attached the Steinberg power supply, which I have tested and measured its outpout voltage to be 9 volts.
I am using the latest MROS from the link to Steinberg's FTP site, since I posted this link myself.
As you mentioned earlier, I am using STMI3_5.DRV driver.
Which Cubase version are you using and on which Atari machine?
I use Cubase 2.0 and 3.01 on a mega ST (Cubase lite and 1 can't use the MIDI3) and Cubase 2 can not use the output on MIDI3)
My cubase folder holds all files and folders including an Mros folder were the STMI3_5.DRV file needs to be. Use Mros 3.45 at best (the one calle 295 at the FTP download: ftp://ftp.steinberg.net/Archives/Atari/cubase/ ) but i think i used to use Mros 2.10 once without any problems. The Cubase start icon needs to be in top layer.
If you can't get the setup working you might need to have someone to look at the MIDI3. There's not much in there. Maybe try giving all the dip switches a contact spray and move them a few times. Are the polarity on the PSU right?
ST wise all models should work if they have 1 MB at minimum (im not sure Cubase 3.01 can run on 1 MB)
My Mega suffers bad contacts on the monitor output port and I could easily imagine that you had same problem on the printer port since the STs are aging. Spray the port with contact cleaner and move the MIDI3 on/off many times afterwards.