Cubase & BFD (Vst Drums Instrumen)

Discussion in 'Mixing & Editing' started by facy101, Oct 19, 2005.

  1. facy101

    facy101 Guest

    i have installed BFD for anyone who familier with it.. which is greate.
    but since i'v installed it any midi even i record is being recorded with delay .. the audio is fine, the midi plays ok .. but only when i record and then play it after ... the midi events in the list editor are delayed ... any idea about that?
  2. wavline1820m

    wavline1820m Guest

    Hey...i am very familiar with your problem. you must be using, neundo 3 or cubase, 3, which , would explain your problem. this recorded delay of midi notes is an error with these new versions. i would have to assume you are a registered user, of steinberg, and in which case you should send them an email, and get an update.

    thats it.
  3. facy101

    facy101 Guest


    im using sx 2.0, havn't purchased 3
  4. wavline1820m

    wavline1820m Guest

    hmmm...odd, well, call Mr steinberg. he will help. i didnt have those problems, in 2.0 but, i did, when i upgraded, and its a pain in the asss. a bit of a workaround, would be to , start the midi track a bar or two ahead, and, hit or play something, once, its started, then, after the first bar the rest should be ok.

    thats, it...from , me,..... good luck dude......

    p.s what vsts are you trying to record? does it happen with all your vsts?
  5. facy101

    facy101 Guest

    Not only that it hapens with all vst's

    it happen's with all midi events, including external module/sampler.
    when i drug the notes a notch back in the "list editor" everything is fine.. it does play correctly, only records lately.
  6. Mr-Nice

    Mr-Nice Guest

    That delay is a latency problem. What is a "BFD" some sort of MIDI interface?
  7. Spy

    Spy Guest

    BFD stands for big fat drums and is a VSTi for, er..., playing drums :D
  8. Mr-Nice

    Mr-Nice Guest

    ^^ Thanks

    It sounds like that VST has a latency problem. Goto Devices>Plug-in Information and look for the 'BFD' plug-in on the list. Now follow the info horizontally and see if there is a check for "use delay compensation". If not then click the empty box and a check should appear. I dont know if you have to re-launch cubase but it wont hurt.

    Hope this helps.

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