Solved: Toggle Button: Receiving on or off state from cubase

Hello community
I do like to connect a Toggle button with cycle. Does somebody has a way, if i push cycle in cubase that the cycle button reacts in OSC?

Hi,

Set the OSC button props on to 127, off to 0 and mode to toggle.

If using C12 MIDI-Remote, use Value Mode Jump.

If using Generic Remote, use learn and press the OSC button, set Max Value to 127 and choose flags Receive and Transmit (R,T). Set Device (Transport) -> Channel/Category (Device) -> Value/Action Cycle (no flags).

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Very Thanks... I use C12 and my problem was the default setting button.on 1 to change to 127 like you said. As a remote control, it works now perfectly. but...
Is there a function that detects the status of the cycle button in Cubase and transfers it to the cycle button in the OSC?

It depends on what device method you're using, the new MIDI Remote in C12 or the Generic Remote.
But both situations are answered in my previous reply. Let me know if you tried them.

I use Cubase 12 with "Midi Remote". Its works but...

  • push cycle-button in OSC (both OSC cycle-button and Cubase cycle-button reacts)
  • push cycle-button in cubase (Only Cubase cycle-button reacts)

works

Solved: Thanks Cielson
I have found the error on my side. It was a basic setting.
I had defined only one Midi port in Cubase for my in and output. Now I generated 2 midi ports and it works. (OSCtoCUBASE and CUBASEtoOSC)

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I use Mackie Control for all the transport controls now. Works far more reliably and not too hard to set up.

Love the icon replication. Did you make that or find it somewhere?

I bought the Icons at

but I had to cut out and resize the pictures.

My buttons are now a mix between picture with alpha channel (BASE64) and the label text from OSC.

Brilliant thanks. Will look into that