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Well I have one for you. I use CAKEWALK with a "LIVE" keyboard to play Roland Rack Mounted JV1080's and also to play VSTs from a second keyboard.

The Live keyboard hooks to a MOTU midi Express the runs the hardware rack mounts.

When I have NO VSTs loaded BUT the computer audio turned up, EVERY KEY or SET OF KEYS I hit causes a high pitched squeal that lasts for about .50 seconds. You can hear it in the studio monitors when I play the rack mount synths.

I loaded CUBASE and tried the same set up. NO MIDI HIGH PITCHED SQUEAL with every key OR every volume tweak on the midi controller. 

If someone can figure this out you can probably walk on water and not scare the fish. I will even try to record this sound and attach it to this post at a later date. 

 

 

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What if you turn down the output level of the synths, disable input monitoring or disconnect them and monitor directly with headphones? In other words is the sound from the synths or from some sort of radio interference/feedback inside the DAW?

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I have no ready answer for this. It sounds like Cakewalk is sending a MIDI event somewhere that Cubase isn't.

If you look in Cakewalk's Preferences/MIDI/Devices, what is listed?

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