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Hello guys, <BR>maybe you could help me out. <BR>Using Cubase SX and a multi-out soundcard, how do i route a MIDI track of the project to, say out#2/3 of my soundcard? Is it any possible without converting MIDi data into audio? <BR>thanks, <BR>Max
Go into vst connections in the devices menu. <BR>Add a bus. <BR>Click on the related device port and you will get a choice of what device port you want to use for that bus. <BR>Now in the project window the audio tracks out menus should show you a choice of all the busses (which will be using the ports you have set for them) you have set up. <BR> <BR>Of course this is all audio outputs, most soundcards don't recieve midi data (although some do have onboard sounds and therefore do - in this case refer to the instructions for your soundcard). <BR> <BR>VST instruments will (in SX2 and 3 at least) have their own audio track where you can specify the audio out bus that they use.
Yes-I! <BR>Neil, i was able to route my audio track to "out2-3", so my midi tracks remained on "out1-2". But, using SX2 i didnt notice (or didnt realized how to notice) that the VSTi had it's own audio track so i could specify a bus on it. It's just MIDI track where "midi in" is my soundcards name and "midi out" is the VSTi's name. Could you possibly explain this to me? <BR>T
When I load a VST instrument into the VST instruments list, 2 new lanes are placed on to the project window (at the bottom - you may need to scroll down to see them). The second track has the audio out options for the vsti on it. <BR> <BR>Also if you go into the mixer you will see your vsti has its own channel (again you may need to scroll to see it). Click on the e symbol ('edit instrument channel settings') and the window that appears will also show the audio outs.
I checked it in SX2, works for me. <BR> <BR>Can you not see your vsti instrument channel in the mixer (which is a seperate screen)? <BR>Unless you have the mixer set to hide vst channels (its the symbols on the left) it will definitely be there. It will definitley have the 'e' symbol , and on the edit screen window there will defintitely be in the top left a little drop down list that gives you your available audio busses.
Hi! <BR>when i press the e button of the midi track in the mixer window, on the top left, then i can see a drop down menu list like this : "midi in" (da controlla), "midi out" (da VSTi- <BR>s name) and the "channel", where i can choose: ANY 1 2 3 4 5 etc... it's a midi channel, i assume... So again midi in is the controller, midi out is the VSTi and....i can not see the "audio 2" (the bus i've created) <BR> <BR>I'm trying to send my MIDI tracks to the mixing console, fix dem a little bit in terms of equalisation you know.... rub-a-dub just a little bit... and i cant do that. I got all my midi tracks on out 1-2 of my sound card.... <BR>......arggggh <BR>i'm getting tired of the applications, is it time for me to built some kind of a sound system.. <IMG SRC="http://www.interruptor.ch/cgi-bin/discu ... /happy.gif" ALT=":-)" BORDER=0> I better be soldering... <BR>Thank you Neil_C once again man! no_jokes <BR>Cubase is a difficult one, now i can overstand dat.