TheSupport@KMI wrote:And about your Windows 7 problems:
It's a well known issue that Windows will only allow one application to be connected to a class-compliant USB MIDI device at a time. We're not going to be writing a special driver for Windows as we want to remain completely class-compliant. There are far fewer conflicts and much more compatibility going this route.
So it is expected with Class Compliant MIDI drivers on Windows. I thought that might be the case but couldn't find anything on Google when searching. I do want to control multiple programs concurrently from different presets so guess I am going to have to try going through some virtual midi cable program such as LoopBe...
Part of the confusion was I thought I had concurrent control from Win7 at work when I initially used it and then didn't on my WinXP machine at home. Retesting at work and I didn't seem to be able to get the parallel control from programs either so guess I was mistaken.
Is there any reason and should I worry about the fact it shows up as QUNEO
on the Win7 machine but as USB Audio Device
on WinXP? Surely a Class Compliant MIDI Device should show up as a USB MIDI Device
PLUS, although I have exported my edited Presets I forgot again to either bring them on USB key or upload to my webspace, so the fine-tuning of them I was hoping to do at quiet moment at work today (here until gone midnight and it usually gets very quite after the late news) is going to have to be postponed. I do hope we see this feature soon! I had hoped I had just missed something obvious again, hence initially posting it in the general forum...