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Computer Port Names are now "MRCC" only
#1
Latest FW (1.1.052) seems to change the way the MIDI ports in the computer are named.

Now ALL the ports are named "MRCC", where the previous version named them "MRCC Port #" (where # is port number)

Some software seem to be able to deal with that (doing their own suffix to distinguish them) (Bitwig & Ableton).
Some other software is now confused (unusable), as it expects a unique name per port.

Could we please have the old naming scheme back?

Best,
Joris
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#2
We're definitely still ironing some things out with the USB port enumeration, and for most users that won't cause any problems, in this case however it may be advisable to revert to a previous firmware version until we flatten out the kinks. The older versions can be found here:

https://conductivelabs.com/forum/showthr...p?tid=1583

I'll try and get in touch and have you test the feature once we do get it. Which platform are you trying using the MRCC with, Mac?
Jesse
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#3
(05-07-2022, 04:05 PM)Jesse Johannesen Wrote: We're definitely still ironing some things out with the USB port enumeration, and for most users that won't cause any problems, in this case however it may be advisable to revert to a previous firmware version until we flatten out the kinks. The older versions can be found here:

https://conductivelabs.com/forum/showthr...p?tid=1583

I'll try and get in touch and have you test the feature once we do get it. Which platform are you trying using the MRCC with, Mac?
Jesse

I reverted back to v1.041 to have the ports getting back to unique names.

Yes, I'm on Mac. Thanks for getting back to me.
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#4
To add a little of my experience here (have communicated much of it elsewhere), on my Win 10 PC using Studio One 5, the FW ...044 was allowing the system to recognize 2 sets of 12 ports, A and B, for my two routers, so long as they were powered on first.  In ...51 that changed to one set of 24 ports (all 'B') that stayed consistent enough to use repeatedly, only needing to change assignments once for the new scheme.  As of ...52, the ports generally are the same as in ...51, except not every time, probably 75%, give or take.  When the DAW loads with errors due to changed ports after initial power-up, a reboot of the PC has consistently solved the confusion and reverted the ports to the regular (for now) 1-24B scheme.
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