Installation seemed to work like a charm, following all the steps from the installation guide … but when I open an existing project and want to record vocals I don’t see the AXR tab in the inspector. I thought it was a big thing to spice up your workflow by being able to control your sound card from within cubase … but where is it??? Am I missing a checkbox anywhere?
Add an output to your stereo out in connections - outputs. (ie not in control room) - it can be an unused output.
Thanks for your answer, Manike!
I already created a “fake output” in the “outputs” tab of the audio connections.
It actually is an unused digital output like I read in some other thread.
But I still don’t see the AXR4 in the inspector although in the inspector settings the hardware panel IS enabled.
I also see the AXR in the studio settings, I didn’t change anything here:
That’s not the connections screen
Okay, sorry, here’s now
- the project view with the audio track that I have been using for recordings vocals (now mic input 4 of the AXR4)
- the connections window for the control room
- the connections window for outputs ( I tried both outputs)
I received and installed the AXR4 three days ago on Monday, so I downloaded and used the current Steinberg e-licenser, the current Steinberg Download Assistant and the current TOOLS program.
My Cubase Pro version is 11.0.30 Build 419
Does it work when you’re not in high precision mode?
No, I switched to high precision mode because it didn’t work with the first driver.
Maybe repeat the installation process?
Just a shot in the dark, I think it might have to be an analog output as opposed to a digital. Have you tried that?
I tried both analog and digital outputs.
Is there a Steinberg guideline how to exactly set up your AXR4U and Cubase 11 Pro so that they work with each other and not against each other?
Have you solved the issue? I had some trouble to get this working to, for example the settings do not show up in inspector if I have configured the stereo output with AXR4 LINE 2 on left and AXR4 LINE1 on right, while it works fine if LINE1 is on left and LINE2 is on right.
So I would perhaps try to simplify the connections to a minimal setup.
if your channel is assigned to anything other than the stereo outs you won’t see the AXR hardware menu. So if you have tracks routed to a buss it wont show.
You just need one dummy set of outputs in the outputs , just keep it as stereo out , I use ADAT 7/8 and the main AXR line 1 and 2 in the control room for my mains.
What about the headphones function of the control room?
When I had a sound card that was twice as cheap as the AXR4, I could use the control room within Cubase to select what I wanted to hear, either the stereo out or the monitor cue mixes for e.g. the singer.