So, I've got Cubase LE with my US-122 usb interface and am trying to use this program to interface with a keyboard via midi. I did it, it worked, etc, but the problem I'm having is with the synths. The manual isn't particularly clear. So far, from messing around with the program (I'm accessing these through the "out" menu on the track), I've located something called vb-1, which mainly offers a bunch of SNES-quality bass sounds, lm-7, which offers equally crappy percussion, and a "universal sound module." This is the closest to what I'm looking for, as it offers a number of different variations of a number of instrument types, but they're all really crappy (the piano just hurts my ears). A couple questions: 1) Are there better synths hidden somewhere in this program? Or do they all just suck? 2) I have M-Audio Session that I'd love to be using, but you can't adjust the volume over time on a track (retarded, huh?). It, however, has a number of good synths that are FXP files. Can I use these somehow? Cubase uses VST files and FXP files are apparently one form of these. I'd think I could somehow... I really hope you guys can help. I'm getting frustrated with these low-end DAW programs. Something's always missing... PS: even better, is there way I could adjust the volume over time in Session? I know it's not included with the program, but is there, by chance, some sort of hack that allows it?