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Rene Esmark

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  1. Hi, Thank you both of you for your inputs 🙂 My problem is now solved. I was using the standard version af the Console 1´s VST - not the VST 3. When I change to the VST 3, the hardware works as expected with tracknames and control over volume, pan, sole and mute. Blades you are right: The Midi IN and OUT is not needed and has no function. The error was all mine. The Console 1 is a great product. Have a nice day! Best regards René
  2. Hi, Thanks for your answer. I have read a lot about Console 1 before I bought it, and it shoud work very well with Cakewalk by Bandlab. The SS L emulation sounds great and the hardware is nice and solid. Too bad I can´t get it to work. I get the same message as you do: I have tried to: Remove and reinstall Console 1 Change USB cable Use a different USB connection - no HUB Disconnect other MIDI equipment Looking for conflicts in the device manager ... but no luck ... My setup is: Lenovo Thinkcentre M710Q, Intel Core i5-7400T CPU 2.40 GHz, 8 GB Ram, 250 GB Harddisk SSD, 500 GB Harddisk SSD Windows 10 Pro, 1909 build 18363.752 Cakewalk by Bandlab 2020.01 (Build 28, 64 bit) SPL Crimson 3, Control Panel 2.9.86
  3. Hello, I have installed Softube Console 1 on my Lenovo ThinkCentre M710Q. I want to use it in Cakewalk, but I keep getting "There is not enough memory availble for this task" every time I try to check Console 1´s as a mididevice under Preference. My computer is running fine with Win 10 and Cakewalk by Bandlab - all updated. My audiointerface is SPL Crimson 3. Du you have any idea have I can solve this problem? Best regards René
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