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Re: With a $199 fee, who's up for C7.5 from 6.5?

OK, it's here. It's the typical knee jerk reaction, will let the dust settle and see what is really working and what is not. Gads, it's like a fever on the C7 forum right now, ha! :lol:

Anyway, I assume the trial download will show up in a week or so and then I'll give it a go. Good for Steinberg, I hope you have a winner. 8-)
by mr.roos
Wed Dec 04, 2013 7:07 pm
 
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Re: No sound coming from computer

If I could jump in here? I have a Gigbyte MB that has the Realtek audio card on it. This is a fairly intrusive sound card, constantly fighting for control of the output audio. In my case - and in the case of everyone I know who has the Realtek on their MB - the solution to creating a DAW that swaps the outboard audio device for any and all programs at initiation is to turn Realtek off in the Bios. This is easy to do, open the Bios and find the device: 'Auzula' and turn it off (this is the Realtek soundcard). This will turn off the Realtek device and leave you with only the outboard sound device.

So, like Chris says, find a good outboard device and install it's drivers. At this point you will also need to open Win7 sound device window and choose the new device and the stereo inputs and outputs you wish to be primary for you computer.

BTW, you may think it odd to turn off the onboard sound device when it seems to have some interesting features. Believe me, all of these features will not give you a quality DAW. Using Cubase in the manner it was intended requires a proper external interface device.
by mr.roos
Fri Dec 13, 2013 4:22 am
 
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Re: Wavelab 8 as my external editor with Cubase 7.5 x64?

One guy here, Arjan, has this figured out, maybe he will chime in. But be advised, he has some very specific gear that is available only on the used market. I can't do what he is doing with my gear, for example, and I have 16 outputs. :P
by mr.roos
Fri Dec 13, 2013 4:32 am
 
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Re: Cubase iC Pro official video tutorial

Wha? I don't need a USB driver to connect my iPad or iPhone to my DAW.

Also, reading my other posts, I forgot to update my info. I DO NOT use an ad hoc network any longer. It was too much trouble connecting things. So, since my DAW is has a wifi connection, I simply use it. I have all programs setup to NOT update - and not connect automatically to anything - and this seems to work fine for me. True, while I record my computer is technically 'on line' but it is not actually on line, just on the home network. Which is where the SKI remote and iC Pro finds my DAW. It works great.
by mr.roos
Sun Mar 02, 2014 8:13 pm
 
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Re: PC-users: Dependency on Apple

Interesting. Let me add that you DO NOT have to install iTunes on your DAW to use iC Pro. I would never do this and have never done this. If you actually look at the process - the process of installing Bonjour Print Services - you will see that you can do this independently of iTunes. Bonjour is independent of iTunes and NOT dependent on the install of it.

In my setup, my DAW is on my in home 'Public' network - I do not have a 'Home Group' connection setup because it does not work as well as the Public network - I tried it.

Another thing, I run an HP Printer here in the house. It is also Wi-Fi based and available to all my Wi-Fi devices via the Bonjour service, and yes, most of those devices are Apple products. The Bonjour program and the Bonjour Print Services program require 1.74 MB and 3.21 MB HD space respectively. However, if you are using QuickTime on your DAW with Cubase, you will also need QuickTime, the Apple Application Support program (which you need for QuickTime), and the Apple Software Update program (which you can disable), which require 70.2 MB, 64 MB, and 2.38 MB of HD space respectively. So all totaled, that's 141.53 MB of HD space. That's nothing really, provided your DAW is not taxed by any of it's operation. (QuickTime requires the most HD space and is the most taxing on the system - but only when it is running, of course. And here I am not sure, in the case of playing video files in Cubase, if we are actually using the full taxing power of QuickTime because we do not have to get on line to use it. Turn off your Wi-Fi if in doubt.)

To summarize, Bonjour is NOT a DAW buster. And to use Cubase with any video operation you have to install QuickTime anyway, you have no choice. I don't see the problem with using Bonjour - if you install it WITHOUT iTunes, of course - to run the iC Pro app. It connects quickly, automatically and does not tax my DAW.
by mr.roos
Mon Jul 21, 2014 5:55 pm
 
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Re: Fading midi tracks?

I mixdown just the midi track - making it an audio track and dropping it into the project. Then I can fade that single track if I want to.
by mr.roos
Tue Aug 20, 2013 8:12 am
 
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