sorry for doubleposting this thread, you can also find this thread in the German/Cubase section. Anyway, after upgrading my Cubase 5 Essential to Cubase Artist 6 64BIT on Win7, I discovered an odd behaviour when using the loopmash2 plug in.
As soon as I try to load the 3rd preset (“Afrojane 126”), loopmash can not loacte the audio content of this preset. Instead loopmash asks for the folder of individual content-files such as “Where is: Beat_Dirt-X.wav?” and so on. However, I’m not able to locate these files on my harddriver, but also they do not appear in the mediabay. Unfortunately, there is a big number of presets with missing audio content in my cubase Artist 6 installation.
Therefore, can anybody confirm this problem? This information would already be useful!
I tried several things to fix this problem:
- reinstall & repair both content files, but without any effect
- copy the “FCP_SMT_001_LoopMash_Loop_Set_01.vstsound” and “FCP_SMT_001_LoopMash_Loop_Set_02.vstsound” to the “C:\Users\myusername\Documents\VST3 Presets\Steinberg Media Technologies\LoopMash” folder as suggested by the Steinberg faq, but still without any effect.
I guess this has something to do with some missing folder link in my Cubase Artist 6 installation. Unfortunately, the number of folders that are used in Win7 for VST instruemnts is a bit confusing, just to give you a list:
C:\Users\myusername\Documents\VST3 Presets\Steinberg Media Technologies\LoopMash
I should mention that I tried to rescan the audio content within the mediabay, but without success.
I hope there is a solution for this problem! Many thanks for your responses! Schtiief