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  1. Thanks for all that info!
  2. Update: After a long back and forth with Presonus technical support, the device was diagnosed with "connectivity problems", i.e. not working.They referred me to a repair place in Saskatchewan (I am in British Columbia). That's kind of like Seattle to Kansas City! But, thankfully, the vendor eventually agreed to accept a return. I am leary of trying another Faderport after putting in this many hours of time for nothing- maybe there is another option.
  3. Thanks for the quick reply! In Cakewalk Preferences, visit MIDI/Playback and recording section and make sure at least Notes, Controller and Pitch Wheel are checked in the Record section. Done Do you have other MIDI devices which are working properly? My keyboard is working normally (with Addictive Keys) In the Windows task bar, where app icons like language switch, sound controls, etc. are, you should see MIDI icon from Cakewalk (when it is running). When you operate the unit (f.e. Move fader, press buttons), "LED" on this icon should blink (a bit hard to see, they just change the color a bit). The icon blinks when the keyboard is operated I have gone back to the documentation and tried to get the Faderport working in Studio One. It says that a firmware download is needed to bring it to Faderport 2018 which i have done, but Studio One does not show the required Faderport 2018 selection when I go to add an external device as directed. (And now cakewalk does not see the faderport at all) I have sent a query to Presonus- hopefully they can set things straighter. I will report back here what happens. Thanks again.
  4. Greetings! I am trying to install the Faderport V2 with AZ Controller (or any other controller, for that matter) but not having any luck. I would appreciate any help! Here is what I have done: Requirements 1. Download and install the latest AZ Controller (http://www.azslow.com/index.php?action=downloads;sa=view;down=28). Done 2. Put Faderport into native mode (as in the documentation). Done as in fig.1 3. Install attached preset using Cakewalk Plug-in Manager Fig. 2 4. In Sonar Preferences, Control Surfaces check that AZ Controller MIDI input and output are set correctly to Faderport. Fig 3 & 4 5. Select the preset (AZ Faderport V2) in AZ Controller (when updating preset, do not forget to "re-select" it after installing). Fig. 5 I have tried installing other controllers- ACT, various Mackies, with native mode selected and not selected, but not managed to have the Faderport operate at all- zero. Can you tell me what I must be missing? Thanks in advance, dennish
  5. Greetings- the VST list is really great! Is there a way to save ite it to file? i seem to be able to select only one line at a time for export. Thanks
  6. Solved my problem of Waves plugins not scanning (not...0005) with "Computer appears as Disconnected Device in Waves Central" instructions on Waves website. I did find that sticky mentioned, by poking around, but I still would like to know- is there a category or particular place to find "stickies"? Thanks
  7. Greetings Can you tell me where is the 2 page sticky? Thanks
  8. The last time i tried to authorize to the cloud: Hi there, Thank you for contacting Slate Customer Support. Unfortunately, an iLok2 or 3 is required for all Slate perpetual plugins. iLoks can be purchased here: Amazon, Sweetwater, Guitar Center, Vintage King, or Westlake Pro I apologize for the confusion. Regards, Matt W Slate Digital Technical Support Specialist
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