Can you use a Cl2+ as just a hardware controller since it has some extra buttons on top for that, and then have another USB unit as the actual sound card like a UR44?
And that ladies and gentlemen, kind of looks like a YES/NO question but this is the interwebs so …
Might be able to help if you say who the company of cl2+ is as a google search does not show anything.
Oooops! sorry about that. Corrected the header now.
It’s a Steinberg product hehe.
Looking at it and the manual I would say it would work as a controller. I think as long as the tools are installed and it’s connected it shouldn’t matter if you then choose a different asio driver in the studio setup in Cubase. Obviously you can’t use the audio side of it if you choose a new audio interface asio driver.
That is what I think but I can’t say for sure.
Well, then it’s kind of worth trying some testing me thinks? It’s not my system but we can always just try to see what happens with a dummy project and the generic low latency ASIO driver and then see if we have contact with the Cl2+, right? I have a hard time thinking why that wouldn’t work. A Steinberg UR44 would solve a lot of bottle neck issues over there, but if the Cl2+ and the big knob on top still works it would also maybe solve some ergonomic issues if it’s used as a remote. It’s definitely worth starting at that end, no matter what happens!