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Re: Midi out from Xfer Chthulu?

Hi,

I can safely say it does work in 7.06 (windows pc) - used it over the weekend, i got the full version after trying out the demo.

a bit confusing to me at first, but great help from Xfer support.

not sure if this helps you out!
by tex
Mon Sep 30, 2013 12:54 pm
 
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Re: Cubase 7.5 and Reason 8 good friends?

You might want to read this short thread near the bottom:

http://www.steinberg.net/forums/viewtopic.php?f=181&t=35754

If it is still true (I have not tried to Rewire Reason 8 yet), it makes using Reason+Rewire+Cubase amazingly cumbersome.


This is still the way it's working. Cumbersome - yes, but it's possible to make project templates in both Cubase and Reason that will help you avoid setting the whole thing up from scratch every time. I just made myself templates which includes 5 Reason instruments routed through rewire ch. to 5 group ch. in Cubase. By customizing the Cubase mixer I hide all rewire ch. and the group ch. appears next to the "normal" instrument ch. All I have to think of is opening Cubase and Reason in the right order and it will work just like that.
by Whirly
Mon Oct 06, 2014 2:04 pm
 
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Re: Windows 10 and Cubase 8

If you want a stable ,trouble free DAW then as someone already;

Get rid of your 32 bit plugins.


Seriously, the bridge was just to help people transition over at the time.

On windows 10 here with Cubase 8 x64 and everything works flawlessly. I really don't think there's any plugin now that's only 32 bit that can't be replaced. And ask yourself; if a plugin hasn't been updated to x64 by now that's not a good sign. Either the Developers are no longer in business or they've abandoned it, neither scenarios are good for your DAW in the future.

MC
by Norbury Brook
Thu Oct 29, 2015 11:03 am
 
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Re: How to temporarily mute midi notes and play free style?

Hi,

How about Track version?

All you would have to do is click new version and off you go!


Jim B
by Jim B
Tue Nov 03, 2015 11:29 pm
 
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Re: Question: Determining Linked VSTis & Tracks

Hi,

Yes, you can do this in the VST Instrument Rack. There are an In and Out buttons for every single Instrument. Click to the In one, and select the entry from the drop-down menu.
by Martin.Jirsak
Wed Nov 18, 2015 4:16 pm
 
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Re: My mix is too hot! What can I do?

In the pre section drop the gain on everything by 6-10db.

I start all mixes this way.

Also make use of k14 when mixing
by krevvy
Thu Dec 10, 2015 9:31 pm
 
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Re: If this is my only gripe, life is good ...

Hi,

You can use mouse scroll-wheel, which is much faster then move to (any) scroller.
by Martin.Jirsak
Tue Aug 16, 2016 6:47 pm
 
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Re: Problem exporting to AAC..

There is indeed a conflict with the latest Windows 10 update (redstone). This will be solved in WaveLab 9.0.30.
by PG
Fri Sep 16, 2016 9:39 pm
 
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Re: Library feature, usefulness??

Lars, a template is a starting point. A library does not even look like a project. It looks like a Pool window. It allows you to store different types of audio and video files, and in different formats. So, for instance, you could have drum samples at different qualities: 48/24 , 44/16, without having to convert them to a single sample rate /resolution spec, which is necessary within a project for proper playback.
by hesca116
Mon Sep 26, 2016 3:35 pm
 
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Re: Ideas for Cubase 9

I would like to see folder tracks work the same in the mix window,where a click would open up the folder tracks inside.Also an option to add a group or VCA fader to this. Also the ability to monitor live and listen to an already recorded track at the same time while tracking.
by Mic2002
Wed Oct 26, 2016 1:32 pm
 
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Re: AND SO IT BEGINS!!!!! Cubase 9

Good catch!

Being able to switch Lower Zone windows with tabs and the integrated transport controls at the bottom will come in handy. I'm sure this is not the full list of new features by a LONG shot. So far I'm actually pleased with what we've see because it really shows that they have been listening. Sure, I could be wrong. But we will find that out in just a few hours :-).
by jose7822
Wed Dec 07, 2016 8:46 am
 
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Re: nVidia HDMI audio causing problems?

It is recommended to turn it off, I have done so for years.
Actually I have it turned on right now as I forgot about it after replacing my gfx card, thanks :-)
I don't know if it is still a problem but it has been in the past, and as I don't need that functionality I just turn it off/disable the hdmi audio part.
by peakae
Mon Jan 09, 2017 12:07 am
 
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Re: Gain Staging - a better way or is it a feature request?

I think a lot of you are overthinking this severely.

You have a source:
- something needs to be recorded, a voice, an instrument, whatever. You record it with the correct gain and have a new a new audiotrack in your daw. > done
- you use a VSTi or external instrument via midi, you set the desired volume via the gear or plugin
- you load a sample or earlier wave, these are either already normalled to 0dB, or you can do that yourself if you wish (or not)

All of the above has nothing to do with mixing, it's just taking care of optimal signal to noise ratios

Now, if you have collected multiple channels in one of the above ways, you'll notice that you will exceed maximum headroom and things sound like *flower*, regardless of headroom you will also find that not changing volume of some instruments, your mix will sound like *flower*, so you need to setup up the volume relationships between the channels.
This means you start with your first channel, leaving some headroom, not peaking at zero already and you build the relative volume relationships with the other channels from there.

If you left enough headroom, you can finish your mix without clipping, if you didn't leave enough headroom, you turn down the main fader (if no individual channels are clipping) or select all faders and turn them down, leaving the main fader on unity.

The rest is just overcomplicating things. The daw doesn't care whether you take the volume down with the pre-gain, the vsti, the instrument/audio clip, your first insert input, or your channel fader, or your group fader, or your main fader IT DOESN'T MATTER.....

As long as you don't clip badly designed VST(i)'s, you're golden. :lol: but you will hear that as it will distort.
Now go make fabulous music!
by Raphie
Wed Dec 28, 2016 8:17 am
 
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Re: List of mouse modifiers

Hi,

Unfortunately, I don't know about the list. But sometimes, it's written in the tooltips.

This has come up a few times in the past. I asked GN in another forum if he could provide a list. He said he would check into it and that has been several months.

A comprehensive list of all the key modifiers would really help myself.

For example using modifiers in the key editor is very helpful...but I didn't know they existed until I saw this:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g1Gg6TA3X_Q
(Skip to 2:00 for key editor.)
by greggybud
Wed Feb 01, 2017 5:10 am
 
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