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Upon first install and scan of the plugin in Cubase 10, it attempts to blacklist the plugin. I unblack list it. When I load it, it loads just fine. However, once I select a MIDI In port, I get a Cubase Crash report, and then I cannot get MIDI to work until I reboot the PC for that port. This used to work fine under Cubase 9, but since upgrading to 10, now both 9 and 10 get the same crash when selecting the MIDI port. The MIDI Port is NOT selected within Cubase 10. However, if I attempt to play the SNII from Cubase WITHOUT the plugin loaded, and re-select the MIDI In and Out port, I can play the SNII no problem. If I unselect the MIDI ports as directed, and try this again, it always gives a dump report for Cubase right when I select MIDI. I have uninstalled the plugin, rebooted, reinstalled the plugin, same thing. It used to work. Your other plugins work as well like the Virus and MicroKorg plugins load and I can select MIDI ports just fine without crashing.
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