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January 18, 2013 at 5:01 am #109495rossMember
Hello Forum ,
I have been using an Eventide H8000FW for about 6 months and enjoying using various effects with it . However there is one area I have not been able to figure out so far and that is the "Sound effects "
… example : 5813 Himalayan Heights ( sounds of wind blowing ).."Nothing in , stereo out "
How do I get it to record in Cubase ? I have tried setting it up as an input bus , an insert , a send , an output bus and various combinations of these and so far have succeeded in hearing the sound but not been able to record it . ( and I am wondering if perhaps I should be posting this on a Cubase forum rather than Eventide forum ?? … thanks anyway for any clues though .)
Setup : Mac Pro OSX 10.8.2 ; Lynx Aurora converters and AES16e cards ; Cubase 7 ; Mixers are the software versions from the Lynx AES cards and Cubase.
January 18, 2013 at 5:37 pm #124198nickroseModeratorEventide Staff
You're right – this is probably a Cubase question.
Make sure that you can talk to the H8000 as a CoreAudio device as described in the UM. Once this is done and you have the H8000 routing set correctly, the rest is up to Mr. Steinberg.
February 4, 2013 at 4:07 am #124253rossMember
Thanks nickrose for the reply,
I am actually going to a Cubase product night locally (Hobart Tasmania Australia ) in a couple of days time so hopefully might get some info there on the problem I am having … thanks for the direction there .
There is perhaps one other area you might be able to give me some insight into . This issue happens about one time in three that I use Eventide … it will start up OK but then if I change the preset it will not load and I have to turn off Eventide and restart it and it then works with the new preset … when this happens I have checked for clocking issues , VST connection issues in Cubase and the sound card settings on the Mac but all seems to be as it should be so I have exhausted all avenues I am aware of in tracking down the problem ( the Mac computer has 6 cores and lots of RAM so I am assuming it is not a limitation of the computer ). I have made the assumption that since it works sometimes then it must be set up correctly but I also recognise the complexity of computing so it may well still be something I have I have done in the set up . Maybe you can give me some clues on this ??
Thanking You ,
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