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Hey there,

I just got Cubase LE 9.5, and a BEHRINGER UMC404HD Interface. Its connected Via USB, obvioulsy.
If i plug my guitar into the interface i get monitoring on my headphones, and i can also see signal in the program input mixing panels.
But if i press RECORD there is no Signal being Recorded, (even tho i can hear the monitoring) and i cant hear the CLICK or a COUNT IN. Even tho i activated the click and everything. its so weird, and iam getting pretty desperate...

It seems like the interface is not giving the signal to Cubase correctly OR the Stereo/Mono In/Outputs are Selected wrong. even tho i get signal and iam sure i selected the right inputs.

Did anyone here have similar issues or knows what i could do ?
Thx a lot!


manuel_trnd Sat, 01/05/2019 - 09:57

audiokid, post: 460082, member: 1 wrote: I don't use cubase but most programs are similar. Its sounds like you simply haven't routed the input to the track itself. I'd look at routing closer.

Hope this helps.

As you can see there is signal on the audio track. Just when I press record, it doesn't record the signal..

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manuel_trnd Sat, 01/05/2019 - 10:19

audiokid, post: 460087, member: 1 wrote: where is the audio being stored ? Has the drive been allocated?

So I just downloaded the older version of cubase ,9.0, and its recording the audio! But if I play it, i can't hear it. But now, for the first time there is a wave form. Do you know what to do ?

And to answer your question, I didn't change the place where the audio is being stored, I just left it on standard.

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paulears Sun, 01/06/2019 - 03:02

I guess this solves your other topic? Can I suggest that you are going to have to really spend some time in Cubase's various menus - it's not the most simple to navigate but getting things set up properly is important. Input and output routing, plugins, and daft things like metronomes etc. Also things like solo - how it works can be changed, so pressing an S button turns off the other track S buttons, or leaves them on - or switches things too the active track. The list goes on. It can be infuriating.