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Drag midi into daw individual midi tracks

I got to be missing something.. how do I'm drag midi with mpc as a plugin into my daw cubase.. i can see the midi data but it wont play the midi track something simple im missing
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Nd6u...

    Does this not work? or is this guy not using it as a plugin?

    Cause personally i dont use my mpc as a plugin anymore.
    i used to do that with maschine and i just dont like that technique.
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  • Yeah dont like it and it only in mpc software in that video.. anyway to record midi into a daw with the mpc vst in my daw (cubase)?
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  • Hey certifiedbeatz,

    Thanks for posting!

    The MPC plugin has the same Drag and Drop feature as the standalone software. After creating your MIDI sequence in MPC, click the Export MIDI icon at the top right. When the icon turns red, click and drag the same icon to move the MIDI file to a MIDI track in Cubase.



    You can edit the Record/Export Preferences in MPC to include program volume/pan settings as well as export the MIDI data from a Track or whole Sequence.

    Unfortunately, there is not a way to record MIDI directly from the MPC VST to its host DAW. The selected MIDI ports continually revert back to none. This is a known issue and has been escalated to the team. However, some users have found success in implementing a virtual MIDI bus between the MPC standalone software and their DAW. A virtual MIDI bus essentially works as a digital MIDI port that can be accessed by multiple software platforms simultaneously, thus bridging the MIDI gap.

    Macs have their own native IAC bus while PCs require third party software like Loopbe1 or loopMIDI.

    Hope this helps! Let me know if you have any questions.
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