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I need help with recording vocals on cubase le????????

Discussion in 'Cubase' started by BLU CITY ENTERTAINMENT, Jan 10, 2010.

  1. Hi, Im an up and comeing MC form the UK im 17 and have been writing music since i was 12 i was working with various top producer like Zed Bias from Sidewinder and others but now im trying to start my build my own studio but atm i jus need to record some tracks to make money to put into the studio equipment. I have some backing instrumentals and just need to put my vocals on them. I have a Stagg PGT-80 Microphone running threw phantom power into the soundcard in my computer and when i try to record vocals on Cubase LE its not recording my verse's. Could any one help me out im in desprate need????? lol
  2. jg49

    jg49 Well-Known Member

    Do you know how to arm the track for recording? Are you getting a signal (levels) in Cubase? Does Cubase recognize your soundcard? Are you bused properly?
  3. natural

    natural Active Member

    Have you read the manual?
    Are you following their procedures exactly?
    Did you skip or added any steps?
    What did you skip or add?
  4. yes i have armed my track to record but im not getting any signals and i dont know if it recognizes my sound card but i can play music through it??? and i dont know whay you meen by bused sorry???? thanks anyway if you cud get back to me would be very helpful
  5. and in the manual i have it dosnt say anything about recording vocals it just says editing vocals???
  6. jg49

    jg49 Well-Known Member

    First off recording is recording doesn't matter if its vocals or music. If you are not getting a signal then there is/are reason(s.) It may be that your connector between the mic and the soundcard is not the correct type (for example a mono jack inserted into a stereo input.) You do not have the correct driver chosen for Cubase though this is less likely if you have playback ability. You do not have the bus set up correctly which is how signals are routed to cubase. If you purchased this software it should have come with three manuals Getting Started, Operation Manual and the Plugin Manual, you will need to use the getting started manual to set up the routing correctly but because you are using your computer sound card you will have to subsitute whatever driver is needed. If you can't figure this out yourself you will need to supply screenshots of what it is you are attempting because there is no way anyone could possibly divine what it is you are doing wrong. Just a note if this is unlicensed software you are not going to get help here.
  7. dvdhawk

    dvdhawk Well-Known Member


    What exactly is supplying the phantom power?
  8. My software is licensed and the manual i bought with it is Practical Recording 3 Cubase SX/SL and i will try to uploads some screen shots shortly but many thancks for your help.
  9. i have a beringer Mic Power box which supplys my phantom power. Many thancks for the help.

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