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Larry - you will definitely need to install the Sonar/Cakewalk Eucon software.

The Avid software you installed is only half the story - that's the Eucon to app connector (sort of)

You need the Cakewalk to Eucon part if that makes sense. That will add the Eucon option to the Preferences > Control Services.

This is the bit that is built into Cubase

A suggestion - try the app in cubase first and see if you like it before trawling around to find the install - as I mentioned above @Jim Roseberry has installed this previously in the other thread - might be worth a PM ?

 

 

 

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40 minutes ago, cclarry said:

Yes...they all have to be done there...

Yes just checking.  I think I probably decided not to bother as I had a (relatively easy) working solution with TouchDAW and rtpMIDI but hopefully someone with knowledge of Eucon will provide a solution.

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16 minutes ago, simon said:

Larry - you will definitely need to install the Sonar/Cakewalk Eucon software.

The Avid software you installed is only half the story - that's the Eucon to app connector (sort of)

You need the Cakewalk to Eucon part if that makes sense. That will add the Eucon option to the Preferences > Control Services.

This is the bit that is built into Cubase

A suggestion - try the app in cubase first and see if you like it before trawling around to find the install - as I mentioned above @Jim Roseberry has installed this previously in the other thread - might be worth a PM ?

 

 

 

I already have the Eucon Software installed...I just don't have the "Sonar" bit...
and it seems quite ODD that CbB's manual STATES that it supports it...and 
that is SHOULD be there...

Whaddyawant for free anyways?

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3 minutes ago, cclarry said:

I already have the Eucon Software installed...I just don't have the "Sonar" bit...
 

yes - the Avid software is only half of what you need

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There is a Eucon control surface plugin for Cakewalk.

You need that, the Eucon installer from Avid, and Eucontrol for iPAD.

 

I currently don't have Eucon installed on my machine.

I had it installed/working just fine with CbB.

It's a little more convoluted to configure (than native support for Eucon)... as you have to manually configure the various options in the Eucon control surface plugin.

 

You can use Eucontrol to control any Eucon enabled application (ProTools, Cubase, Samplitude ProX, etc).

Capabilities go far beyond a simple control surface.

ie: You can directly access menu items via a single touch.

Even setting up some basic things (undo, redo, quantize, Views, Process menu options, etc) can greatly enhance workflow.

 

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8 minutes ago, Jim Roseberry said:

There is a Eucon control surface plugin for Cakewalk.

You need that, the Eucon installer from Avid, and Eucontrol for iPAD.

 

I currently don't have Eucon installed on my machine.

I had it installed/working just fine with CbB.

It's a little more convoluted to configure (than native support for Eucon)... as you have to manually configure the various options in the Eucon control surface plugin.

 

You can use Eucontrol to control any Eucon enabled application (ProTools, Cubase, Samplitude ProX, etc).

Capabilities go far beyond a simple control surface.

ie: You can directly access menu items via a single touch.

Even setting up some basic things (undo, redo, quantize, Views, Process menu options, etc) can greatly enhance workflow.

 

Problem is that you can't download the "Eucon Cakewalk" driver anywhere anymore....

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6 minutes ago, Jim Roseberry said:

Yep...already gone through all that...no go...won't let me log in....and even when I did the get the download,
when trying to run it states:

The program requires and x86 Version of Windows to run...

And even compatibility mode didn't help....

To much hassle...

They need to get with the times and get their own control app out...

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Just now, cclarry said:

hey need to get with the times and get their own control app out...

they need to at least comment in this thread

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