rissmiller wrote:I am sorry but I do not see a solution in this thread. Have been trying and trying to no avail with the same experience as musicullum described on Dec 29th. Both my friend and we have opened ports 51111 - 51113, nothing... Has anyone in the U.S. made this work? So far the answer is NO. Can anyone help??
patrickkindy wrote:Can I get a refund on Connect Pro? If I would have been aware of the massive amount of issues I would not have purchased it today. I love Cubase and just upgraded to 7.5 but in regards to 'Connect Pro' ..I feel like I just bought something broken.
Sunshy wrote:Today I was trying VST Connect SE and got a message that I needed to either change my sample rate, or the sample rate of my performer as they were not matching. I changed mine because it was the easiest thing to do. But I couldn't figure out how to change his sample rate. Is it something I can do from the VST Connect SE control panel or do I need to do it on his computer? If so, where are these settings?
He has a presonus audiobox, but he was NOT using that. He was using a Bue Yeti usb microphone (had to install ASIO4ALL in order to get it to see the VST Connect SE). But the presonus audiobox was still connected. Could this have been set to 48k? I didn't see any 44.1k/48k settings on the ASIO4ALL control panel. Any ideas would help.
musicullum wrote:patrickkindy wrote:Can I get a refund on Connect Pro? If I would have been aware of the massive amount of issues I would not have purchased it today. I love Cubase and just upgraded to 7.5 but in regards to 'Connect Pro' ..I feel like I just bought something broken.
Can you let us know what the problem is? I take you cannot connect? I have personally had several successful connections to the US (from Germany).
Freddie H wrote:Dear Steinberg!
Can you please make a OPTION to disable the "VST CONNECT CUE" warning message?
It says that it need to be inserted into an audio channel. I know that thank you, and every time I open the plugin "daily" it keeps saying this message every time so I need to press "OK" to get rid of the message.
By the way...TIPS OF THE DAY!
I don't know if you have come up with this yet but I insert it on one of the "control rooms" "Cue-mixes" as a insert instead. Much better then audio track.
I then just press the "Mix" button on the specific "CUEMIX" in "control-room" to send the whole mix to the "VST CONNECT CUE" audio stream. Works perfect so you don't need necessary to insert it on a "AUDIO track" as you state in the manual!
The best thing is if the plugin can recognize that its okay to insert "VST CONNECT CUE" on one of the "CUEMIX"'s in the "control room" section.
That would be even better.
Thanks in advance.
musicullum wrote:only saw this now...
a) you keep saying the warning states that the VST Connect Cuemix plug should be inserted in an AUDIO channel. That's not true, it is to be inserted into a GROUP channel where you send the cuemix (headphone monitor mix) for the Performer, using sends.
b) yes, this is exactly what the Control Room Cuemix is meant to do, but unfortunately that channel does not compensate for the delay which is needed for synchronous recording with VST Connect. That is why it must be used with the "To Performer" Group channel instead. We are working on making it work with the Control Room Mixer because that would eliminate some routing complexity but it's a bit tricky
c) for just reviewing mixes, one can indeed insert the cuemix plug in the Control Room cuemix channel or even the Master output. As said, no synchrounous recording works then but if that is not of concern because the Performer side just wants to listen to the mix, for instance, it makes sense. We'll add an option to surpress the warning messge for such scenarios.
john1192 wrote:i know this is an older thread but … as far as 2 computers on the same network (same studio - 2 rooms lets say) … VST connect Pro will allow you to do this .. it worked for me in the Demo … cheers john
maybe someone already posted this but i just could not read through 9 pages of posts ..
MusicTECH wrote:Tried doing it here with two computers in my own house (both connected to the internet), but can't get it to work. Logged in from studio computer after setting it up per the PDF manual instructions. Then, when try logging in with the key id on the "performer" computer, it says that a studio with that id is not logged in.
Patanjali wrote:Were you trying to connect via the internet, rather than local (192.168.x.x)?
Routers usually block connections via the internet between local computers. You may be able to change a setting on it to enable such connections.
This is usually an issue with webcams as well.
musicullum wrote:You cannot connect using a local IP.
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