Hi all, just put a new DAW together, and have finally got all the software reloaded.
However, as the title suggests, Cubase isn’t speaking with Acid.
I can see Acid in the Cubase pulldown, but when I check the Acid pulldown, it doesn’t have Rewire Device Driver in it’s pulldown.
I’m no stranger in setting this up, as it works fine on Cubase 5 32bit installed on the same machine.
I was hoping to remove Cubase 5 32 & 64bit off of my machine and just use 6.5, but so far, I’m not so lucky.
Any suggestions would be appreciated, or a 64bit VST that runs Acid files would be nice…
If Cubase is 64 bit and Acid Pro 7 is 32 bit, they’ll never talk to each other. I think you have to match them (32 bit rewire client to 32 bit rewire host).
You can always install Cubase 32 bit alongside Cubase 64 bit.
i guess it is not worth it to me to go through the trouble just to use rewire.
i will just use Acid “as is” and reccord it into cubase as an audio track. this way I can still use all the fun bells and wistles of acid’s user interface
now i need to figure out how to record from acid to cubase keeping it “internal”, and by this I mean I was going to output acid to channels on my sound card then physically wire the output to input channels on the same sound card and record … silly I know but I have not figured out how to record software to software yet.