Thank you mr.roos
Truly grateful for your time and input.
I can’t understand why the click is missing if I don’t want to use the Control Room in my projects.
It’s pointless in a home studio making electronic music.
My problem started half way through a mammoth 12 hour session.
I decided to check out what Control Room was all about.
Engaged it and routed my Audio 1 and 2 out by setting up a Bus as usual.
I found the whole thing a little pointless to be honest because I control my In’s and Out’s with the RME Babyface Pro Hardware Interfacew using RME TotalMix Fx software which runs off the RME BabyFace Pro. It’s far easier than controlling everything with a mouse in Cubase Control Room.
So…I Disengaged Control Room and rerouted my audio outs 1 & 2 back to Studio> Audio Connections>Outputs and activated them.
Herein lies the problem…
For some reason the click is now missing in this project.
Even if I leave the ‘‘Click’’ icon in the Control Room on (Blue) before Disengaging Control Room and rerouting the audio back to where it was before Engaging Control Room.
Activating the lower right Count In Click and the one next to it on the Left by pressing ‘‘C’’ or the numerical key pad ‘‘9’’; there is no sound present for the click and no other way to engage it other than Engaging Control Room again.
The only way to hear a click in this project now is to activate Control Room…why?
Surely it should be audible no matter what the setup.
I’m in a little home setup so no need for all the fancy Control room extra Headphone Mixes…Sends…Bus this and Bus that…
All I have is 4 Ins and 4 Outs.
Just two mics, Mono 1 & 2 and an Instrument Stereo In 3 & 4 for my External Synth.
Speakers out on 1 & 2 and headphones out on 3 & 4 which are all controlled with the RME hardware and Software.
My question is…why is the Manual saying and showing one thing and the program doing something completely different?
I have loads of Audio Recorded using the External Synth and the Project has crashed a few times when going to VariAudio and engaging ‘‘Segments’’.
I’m not at all confident in Cubase Pro 9.5.10 at the moment because of this.
I just want to work without the Control Room engaged so I can keep things simple.
It’s pointless without a ‘‘Click’’ and I don’t see why i have to go back and activate Control room every time just so I can hear the click in this project.
It’s just nuts!