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Blue Cat releases super cool routing plugin!

You guys see this? Might be great for our power hungry DSP stuff, and more reliable than audio gridder, while being simpler than VEP.

Its pretty much a master/slave type pluginso you can route audio various places. I'm gonna grap it to try out.  I asked them if it would sync two daws up so I can use the sequencer in Reason and record audio in Samplitude while hearing everything synced to the same timeline, like I used to do with rewire.

Even if not, it's still cool to use another computer as an effects processor like for all my auxes, or for an ultra heavy amp sim or vsti.

Routing analog & digital audio between two DAWS

Hey all,

I'm doing the planning for my new system.
I have magix Samplitude pro x, and I'm considering Pro Tools HD12.

Magix would be the main capture/compose/edit system due to high track count and clean coding.

PTHD would be primarily for mixing (mainly volumes and panning). Since it does 10 video tracks and 7.1 it's the unfortunate (expensive) choice.

Basically id like to pipe the edited audio from Sam into PTHD via the digital outs RME babyface -into- Focusrite Scarlett 18i20.

Still with the routing

First of what I've got a funny feeling will be a sucsession of several questions, if you'd be so kind to help? I own 2 audio interfaces, a higher quality one (which is installed on my mac and pro tools)and a low end one (which I bought for the soul purpose of giving me more audio inputs in my system) The low end interface is optically connected to my quality one aswell as the W'C's being linked.

Power cable routing

Kinda of unsure where to post this topic exactly.
I have 2 Furmans power conditioners that are loaded with gear such as monitors, f/x, DAW Controller, Kybd midi controller...
Most of the power cables are routed away from any audio snakes and other cables.
It is a fairly tight set up on a custom built studio desk.
So what is the best way to deal with excess power cords from some of this gear ? I would rather not cut and redo connectors just to shorten a run.

Cubase guitar monitoring routing/bus


Does anyone know, how to route/bus a guitar input signal in Cubase, to a specific output channel?
And, if possible, so only the inputsignal is routed (when monitored for example), not the channel itself

I would like to use Amplitube, and get the guitar sound to a guitar amp using Cubase (so I can record the dry sound and hear the wet sound)

I'm thinking Control Room, but really don't know how to get around it

Routing Question

Hey guys quick question I had two way communication (Ability to monitor the live and computer mix at the same time.) going on my M-Audio Fast Track Ultra, my EuroDesk SX2442FX Mixer + A sh*tty live wire 4 channel head phone amp and I't worked great. Now I have added some new equipment A PreSonus Tube Preamplifier and a Behringer Power Play Pro XL Head Phone Amp.

Patchbay Routing

Thinking that while I have read a boat load of opins on how to wire -route patchbays.
I've come to the conclusion that it is a very individual thing.
I have even read that one should wire a p-bay in that on panel facing you, the upper conns are the outputs of say outboard gear and the bottoms are inputs to same.
For me it is the opposite in my mind:
In on top + Out on bottom just seems more natural, like water flowing.

Routing my Setup

Hi, I'm trying to get my set-up running and am experiencing some problems. I am running a Beta 87a/guitars through a 4 channel mixing board, and running stereo from there to my interface. I have Cubase presently and am trying to record with that. My signals are fine from my mixing board to my interface, and from my interface to my headphones/monitors, however I am not getting any input signal in the program. My VST connections seem to be set up fine, and I am really confused as to why I can not get a signal in Cubase. Any suggestions?

Little help with Fireface 800 routing

This is quite hard for me to put into words because I'm pretty much a noob in the Fireface Mixer.

I'm trying to use one of my output channels on the Fireface 800 to reamp my guitar DI's.
And I want to use a mono out on the Fireface to the reamp box.

The problem is that i want to send my signal directly from Cubase into output 3-8 but when I select any other output than the stereo (1+2) out it doesn't appear in the playback segment in the Fireface Mixer.

I can however get channel outs 1+2 to work and I can route them to any output.



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