Wagtunes wrote:I'm honestly not sure if I've been doing this all along or not because all this routing stuff confuses the hell out of me.
I want to get Antares Harmonizer but this is what it says on the web site about this plugin.
"Harmony Engine's MIDI functions require that your host allow routing of MIDI to plug-ins. If your host application does not support the routing of MIDI to plug-ins, Harmony Engine's MIDI functions will not operate (and trust us, you will be seriously bummed)."
Can Cubase 7 do this?
How do you do this in Cubase 7?
I don't want to spend $250 on this plugin and find out that I can't use it.
Please respond with as detailed an answer as possible because I am still new to Cubase 7.
You do it the same way, you route MIDI anywhere else - with the output routing. Works, if the plugin provides an input.
You can always download the demo...
Okay, I don't "route" MIDI to anything. This is what I do when I record a song in Cubase.
I go to Project - Add Track - Instrument. I then pull up the instrument I want whether HALion or East West or whatever.
I then play my MIDI keyboard and it makes sounds.
I've never tried routing MIDI to a plugin like a reverb or delay or eq or whatever.
Please understand, I am coming from a hard wired world and don't understand this PC stuff. In the hard wired world I had Digitech Vocalist. I piugged my MIDI keyboard directly into it via a MIDI cable and controlled it that way while also having a MIC plugged into the XLR jack and singing.
That's what I know. That's what I understand. This routing of MIDI via software is foreign to me. So telling me I do it the way I do everything else doesn't help me.
Windows 7, 64 bit. Core 3 Processor. 16 gig RAM. Cubase 7.0.5