DirectLink for Cubase 1.1.6-2

Maps Axiom controls to common functions in Cubase
DirectLink automatically maps Axiom controls to common functions in Steinberg's Cubase DAW.

DirectLink offers two-way communication with Cubase, featuring two distinct modes of operation with a level of integration that makes Axiom feel like a “dedicated” hardware controller.

Once Cubase has been launched, DirectLink is activated in its default state which is Mixer Mode. In Mixer Mode, Axiom faders, buttons and knobs are mapped to Cubase mixer functions such as track and master channel volume, as well as the pan, track selection, mute, solo, and record arm, as explained in Chapter 3, “Axiom Controls with DirectLink.”

Although Mixer mode provides effective control of the Cubase Mixer, Axiom DirectLink also gives you hands on control over any virtual instrument in your project. The first step towards controlling virtual instruments within your project is selecting a “target” track using the dedicated Track “” buttons.

Applies to: Oxygen 25, Oxygen 49 (blue), Oxygen 61 (blue), Axiom 25 (2nd gen), Axiom 49 (2nd gen), Axiom 61 (2nd gen).

last updated on:
December 15th, 2011, 16:44 GMT
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Avid Technology Inc
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Mac OS X 10.5.8 or later
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What's New in This Release:
  • Fixed: When scrolling through insert slots arbitrary characters show up in display
  • Fixed: When user selects insert on Axiom Pro, then cycles thru the insert FX slots 1-8. The names of the FX slots show up partially or not at all, and with arbitrary symbols.
  • Fixed: Initial state of encoders is Pan (not Volume)
  • Fixed: Accessing inserts in Cubase with M-Audio Axiom Pro driver freezes LCD, causes Cubase to hang on exit, requires restart problems accessing instrument plugin parameters with HyperControl in Cubase
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