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Re: Multiple Midi devices (UM3EX + Raydat midi)

No problem using multiple midi interfaces.
by beatpete
Mon Nov 18, 2013 4:49 pm
 
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Re: Multiple Midi devices (UM3EX + Raydat midi)

Only prob I've had with different midi devices is their performance. For example I found that when I plugged in a firewire M-Audio Profire it introduced a really long delay in chasing midi program changes, whereas my Midex8 seemed to have no delay but didn't always chase correctly... So you may find some interfaces are better than others, but otherwise, as said, they all cooperate together. I currently use 3 different midi interfaces to connect to hardware synths plus 2 USB midi external hardware synths and 1 USB midi keyboard controller.

Mike.
by GargoyleStudio
Mon Nov 18, 2013 7:01 pm
 
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Re: Multiple Midi devices (UM3EX + Raydat midi)

Yes the same here , I run a midex 8 and motu midi express and also use the midi ports on the back of the novation sl mk2 without and issue , they all run beautifully together ;-)
by G-string
Mon Nov 18, 2013 7:55 pm
 
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Re: Multiple Midi devices (UM3EX + Raydat midi)

Hi, I also use multiple midi Interfaces: RME Raydat, Novation SL (SL 61 and Zero MK2 !), Yamaha Motif XF via Firewire (!), Presonus Digimax FS.

There are NOT issues with multiple Midi_interfaces. (It is also possible to Switch Audio Drivers - RME/Motif XF/Presonus - and still use all midi Interfaces in parallel)

Cheers, Ernst
by Elien
Tue Nov 19, 2013 1:04 pm
 
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Re: Does WaveLab allow crossfades on CDs?

It was very easy to adjust crossfades and add indexes to the timeline.
How does WaveLab address this?
Is it accomplished on the timeline or in a list editor?
Is there a limit to the crossfade time?
Can you freely place CD indexes anywhere once you have your timeline/crossfades setup?
It is done on a timeline in an environment called the Montage, where you can also place CD-tracks on different tracks (and much, much more!). I don't think there is a limit on crossfade time - it would surprise me if there is. And CD-markers can be placed freely (in full Wavelab, that is). Also, Audio in Pauses is supported, which allows you to keep audio running between a track's end marker and the next track's start marker (live CDs for instance).
Just give the trial version a go!
by Arjan P
Wed Feb 26, 2014 11:10 am
 
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Re: Does WaveLab allow crossfades on CDs?

Yes, it's my understanding that Wavelab Elements doesn't allow to freely move the track ID for songs that overlap, but regular Wavelab 8 does.

You can adjust crossfades manually in a montage (CD layout mode) on the timeline by sliding regions on separate audio tracks/lanes, and you can also fine tune the clip placements or track marker placements in a list form by entering the times numerically if desired.

I recommend Wavelab for sure, I've found nothing better for sequencing/mastering on OSX.
by Jperkinski
Wed Feb 26, 2014 2:40 pm
 
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Iro: Track Color Pack for Cubase

http://seyoum.net/pictures/Logo.jpg

Hi everyone.

This is a neat little color pack I made for Cubase 7.5. For me, the default colors were not enough as I tend to have a lot of tracks, often with the same instruments, but with variations. It takes a considerable long time to make a set of new colors so I thought I would share it with you guys so you don't need to do this yourself. Am I not grateful? :D

http://dawlab.net/pictures/Iro.jpg

The pack consists of 8 different main colors with 8 additional shades of each color. 64 colors in total!
Once you install the colors I suggest you do not tamper too much with the intensity/brightness as this can cause some of the colors to look alike. Yes, I did this myself and had to redo everything.

Please see the link to my blog for installation: http://www.dawlab.net/2014/04/26/iro-2-0/


I do not have the privilege to test this on a mac or different versions of Cubase. If you are able to successfully apply these colors on another system please share how you did it.

Hope you enjoy it!

Seyoum
by seyoum
Thu Apr 24, 2014 11:23 pm
 
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Re: Magneto II latency fixed in C8Pro?

ok, here's the Magneto II test in C8:

https://soundcloud.com/mikebrayton/magnetotest

it's a loop that cycles 3 times:
Dry - two group tracks playing simultaneously
Magneto II turned on on the 2nd group track
The first group track (the dry one) simply turned off, leaving only the group track with Magneto II turned on
by shagazulu
Tue Dec 16, 2014 1:31 am
 
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Re: Creative new file of an event

All files that are created within the DAW reside in the Audio or Edits project folder.
If you want them to be saved in another location, then you need to export them and point them to the new location.

I just pointed to this process because it might offer a solution for the OP.
But it really depends on what the OP wants to do.

For example, I am using the "region" function a lot for these kind of things.
Create Regions within an event/select all recgions/bounce. (In this case you *can* choose the location)

Fredo
by Fredo
Wed Feb 18, 2015 9:09 am
 
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Be careful when using "Remove Empty Tracks"

When using 'track version' on a track and select or create a version with no events, like a new one for example.
If you use 'Remove empty tracks' after, the tracks with empty versions selected will be deleted without prompt even if other versions contains events.
It makes me cry one time, and now I never use this function again.
Which is very handy with 'render in place' for me.

1- create a track
2- create 2 versions of this track : one with events, the other empty
3- select the empty one
4- select 'remove empty tracks'
5- track's gone

I post this in issue as I consider it is not a normal behavior and as I expected they apparently not consider this as an issue, so be careful.

thomas

win 7 64bit, cubase 8.0.5
by audio processing
Fri Mar 13, 2015 11:06 am
 
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