I’m a new member here and I’ve just migrated from Pro tools. I’m having a problem recording audio into Cubase 9.5 Pro either using a mono mic input or an external stereo source hooked to my audio interface. I have read and searched extensively and followed all the steps in settings in my DAW. The configuration I’m using is as follows:
Audio Interface is DAD AX24 8x8 from Digital Audio Denmark which has been serving me well for the last 6 years. It is recognized in Pro Tools as a 192 I/O interface and I record with it using inputs 1&2 (the interface has 2 mic preamps installed in inputs 1&2), while inputs 3 to 8 are used as input buses from my mixing board for recording external sources.
Computer is a Cylinder type Mac Pro with no built in card slots to connect to the audio interface as was the case with my previous tower Mac Pro. So I use Avid HD Native Thunderbolt as a bridge to my audio interface using a Digilink cable.
While this configuration was working with protools in recording audio, that is not the case with Cubase. While the interface is playing back the audio from Cubase, I can not get it to record audio from the assigned input under the audio input/output connections page (F4)
VST Audio System correctly lists the audio interface as 192 I/O#1, but pressing the Control Panel under HD Native Thunderbolt page doesn’t take me to the audio interface software page, but rather directs me to the little Core Audio page and from there, pressing Open Config App takes me to Avid Core Audio manager as seen in the screen shots.
I apologize if the same issue or similar had been addressed in another post but I have no way of verifying that.
I appreciate your advice