Ok I admit to being totally puzzled . I’ve recently upgraded to a new Windows 7.0 based DAW which allows me to use Cubaes in 64 bit mode. It’s all installed ok as far as I can tell but I have an issue that I CANNOT find the solution to
I also have Cubase 32 bit installed and DON’T have this issue so won’t go into any great detail about the DAW spec for now as I’m not sure it’s relevant.
I am a pretty experieneced Cubase use (over 10 years and several commercial albums released) but I suspect there is either a bug or a setting that I’m missing somewhere.
So here’s what I’m seeing and it’s driving me mad.
I have Audio Tracks set up with insert effects and send effects (For example a guitar track with the Cubase amp simulator and a reverb) . BUT I cannot hear the effects when playing in real time. I can hear the guitar but the effects are totally bypassed. It’s just straight guitar. Guitar going from input to putput with nothing in between. However, if I record the guitar, the effects are applied to the recorded track
I can load the same song up in Cubase 32 bit and can hear all of the effects in real time as well as with the recorded track.
I’ve checked all of the monitoring options that I can think of and they’re identical in both versions. NO effects are bypassed using switcheswhen using the 64 bit version but they just have no effect at all when playing in real time.
I’m totally prepared to hear that I’m doing something stupid or have have missed something obvious but I just cant see what it is. Any help would be gratefully appreciated