I’m an old-time Cubase user and have used it long before Cubase audio came out.
But I’ve been several years now without any access to Cubase and decided to get back in.
So I bought the Steinberg UR22, installed and recorded a demo project.
Soft synths work perfectly and I can hear them in the mix. No tracks are soloed nor muted.
Then I’ve set up a mic and recorded an Audio track.I got a nice waveform so the input must have been okay.
Then I hit play and the audio track is audible for about half a second and then goes silent. I can see the waveform but it’s not audible. Then I rewind to the beginning and hit play- and it’s still silent (even the part that was okay during the first time).
I go into mixer and the fader is opened up to about 90%. I can use the scrub tool and hear my audio.
I open the audio editor- in the editor I can preview the audio with no problems.
Then I close the editor and go back to the main screen and again- the audio track won’t play.
I found a discussion thread mentioning that there’s a “mix reset” switch in the mixer. I couldn’t find it.
I tried to write and play fader automation. Fader moves as programmed but the audio is still silent.
I also noticed a red dot displayed on the audio track’s meter. Does this mean that the track was clipped and was muted? Is there a way to clear this status?
Thanks in advance and sorry for the lengthy post,