Hi Carl, this is more of a Cubase question I think. The answer is multi-track record, a feature available on all the major DAWs. I’m not a Cubase user, but I’m sure it’s there as well. The trick is to record-enabled multiple midi tracks in Cubase, each assigned a different MIDI channel. The incoming MIDI data generated by Octopus will then be split automatically over the different MIDI tracks in Cubase, sorted by MIDI channel. Check the help files in Cubase and look for things like ‘multi’ and ‘record’.