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A Very Difficult Question???

Discussion in 'Recording' started by munkee, Jul 26, 2001.

  1. munkee

    munkee Guest

    I've asked this all over. First this is what I have:

    Cubase VST 5.0/32
    Tascam US-428 souncard
    Mackie 1202VLZ

    My Tascam outs feed a stereo input of the Mackie...The ALT 3/4 outs of the Mackie feed the Tascam.

    I want to record an outboard effect(Korg Kaoss Pad) onto a VST instrument(Pro 52, Reaktor etc).
    How can I do this without getting the Feedback loop?

    Is it in the Cubase monitoring? Do I need two soundcards? How can It be done?

    munkee
     
  2. Solfatio

    Solfatio Guest

    I haven't done this with anything other than my Mac's built-in sound out, but I don't see any problems with soloing the VSTi, and recording on a new input channel. Are you feeding the VSTi both in and out of the Makie mixer as well? Is this what you're saying is causing the feedback loop?

    Also, I don't know if it's the same with a sound card (as opposed to the Sound Manager), but if you have a choice, choose to record via "external mic" rather than "sound in," since external mic setting will generally mute the channel being recorded onto.

    Hope that helps...sorry if I'm covering ground you've already been through.

    Gabriel!

    <blockquote><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:<hr>Originally posted by munkee:
    I've asked this all over. First this is what I have:

    Cubase VST 5.0/32
    Tascam US-428 souncard
    Mackie 1202VLZ

    My Tascam outs feed a stereo input of the Mackie...The ALT 3/4 outs of the Mackie feed the Tascam.

    I want to record an outboard effect(Korg Kaoss Pad) onto a VST instrument(Pro 52, Reaktor etc).
    How can I do this without getting the Feedback loop?

    Is it in the Cubase monitoring? Do I need two soundcards? How can It be done?

    munkee
     
  3. munkee

    munkee Guest

    Thanks for the reply...sorry it took me so long to get back....I lost hope.

    "Also, I don't know if it's the same with a sound card (as opposed to the Sound Manager), but if you have a choice, choose to record via "external mic" rather than "sound in," since external mic setting will generally mute the channel being recorded onto."

    Where do I make changes in the "Sound Manager"????

    Yes, the VSTi is going in and out of the Mackie and it is causing feedback.
     
  4. Opus2000

    Opus2000 Well-Known Member

    Sound Manager is a Macintosh thang! It's the multimedia properties on a PC. The only thing is that you really cant use both soundcards at the same time in Cubase the way it was described. I'll research into what you are trying to do Munkee and see what I can come up with
    Opus
     
  5. munkee

    munkee Guest

    As Usual...THANKS OPUS!!!!
     

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