Point 3 - This is not a big problem, but just to be clear, it has nothing to do with the Windows Usb/Midi driver not being multi-client. Any midi signal to the MIDI input stops the Minibrute connecting.
Point 2 - I've tried the linear/log/straight settings, but none stop the aftertouch coming in with a keypress at high velocity. Like I said before, aftertouch is supposed to be 'after' the original keypress.
Edit - I connected the Minibrute midi out to Cubase's midi-monitor and the time/velocity at which the Minibrute aftertouch comes in is very different to the response from my other DAW controller. Also, it looks like any aftertouch data sent to the Minibrute midi 'in' is not recognised.
Point 1 - Sorry, but this IS a big big problem. At the moment I have two midi keyboards on my small desk because I cannot use the Minibrute as a DAW controller. Telling me that an update is not planned yet is really not good enough. I'd like a solid date on when a midi local on/off will be added. http://www.arturia.com/evolution/en/products/minibrute/details.html
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