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Our cubase xs program only recognises 2 vst inputs coming from our M-Audio 2626 Profire unit when we need it to recognise 16. Can you help us?

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The driver is probably in the wrong mode (asio vs. wdm etc) if your m audio has a driver panel on the computer that you can open and change like bit rate etc it should be in there

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