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Input's great, VST output's non-existent!

Discussion in 'Recording' started by VaelVictus, Feb 19, 2008.

  1. VaelVictus

    VaelVictus Guest

    Hi guys, just got a new soundcard, and the connection for it, everything's awesome! 6ms input time, couldn't ask for more.

    Or, well, I could. You see, my new card won't accept the VST outut. I hit the keys, and the VST itself knows that I'm doing it, and it even records the notes. But it won't play it back to me. It'll play back EVERYTHING but VST. =/ I have the best drivers and everything, and I've tried it with multiple VSTs.

    Any idea what's going on? I'm using Cubase 3 btw.
     
  2. hueseph

    hueseph Well-Known Member

    Cubase SX 3? SE 3? LE 3? Have you tried the manual? I'm, thinking that there is a routing issue. How do you have everything set? Just describe one channel but before you do check the manual regarding using VST instruments. I'm assuming this is a legit version of Cubase.
     
  3. VaelVictus

    VaelVictus Guest

    Dude I love you. I was reading the manual, and I was reminded I had downloaded a long time ago, a new ASIO driver that wasn't compatible with my soundblaster, but now it DOES work with this one (audiophile 2946) and that fixed me right up! Shame I can't use the drivers from the card itself, as those have 6ms, but these have 13ms and really I'm not that needy.

    And yes, this is legal. We're not allowed to do bad things under the name of Vael; otherwise I'd not have posted. :p The only reason I came here was 'cuz I never got the validation email for the Cubase forums.
     
  4. hueseph

    hueseph Well-Known Member

    The M-audio drivers are solid. They should work fine for Cubase. Anyway, glad you got it worked out.
     
  5. EricUndead

    EricUndead Guest

    yeah I actually have the 2496 and its working in cubase... In and out. XP64bit go figure...
     

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