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  1. Yep, that's the bugger i'm looking for. That's what's happening. I am using Win 7 64 bit. I did try an older version of Cubase but it wouldn't run. Thanks for the replies.
  2. Thanks for the reply but that's not the problem. The problem is that I keep have to opening the Orchestral panel for each MIDI track. Orchestral loads just the once but say I have 3 tracks: piano, strings brass. In days gone by, I could open just one Orchestral panel and say have instrument 1 = piano, instrument 2 = strings etc. All in the one orchestral panel instead of three (or however many.) Sorry for the lack of clarity, it's not the easiest thing to describe.
  3. I've started using Cubase 5 (point something) and what i'm trying to do (and what I used to do) is import a midi, open a VST and assign the MIDI tracks to the VST instrument without having to keep opening the same VST window over and over. Bit of a bugger to explain so bear with me. I'm using Edirol Orchestral (or whatever), which allows for 16 channels. I import a MIDI file and want to assign the MIDI channels to the VST. With me so far? Good. In Cubases of old (can't remember which version it was), there was a little channel box on the left hand side which let you do the aforementioned as
  4. I will start off by saying this is a fantastic mix of one of my all time favourite pieces of VG music. So welldone there. But like others have mentioned it sounds too sequenced, it lacks feeling and emotion which is a shame because the way you have arranged this piece, it has enormous potential for that. I'd have to disagree with you when you said that the original didn't have much dynamic contrast because well, it did. In spades. Can't fault the arrangement, just needs more oomph.
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