I have the following setup: An RME Raydat interface is in place. Plus there is my Motif XF8 which has a firewire board and is connected to the PC via normal audio (via the RME Raydat) and alternatively via Firewire.
I AM AWARE THAT CUBASE CANNOT USE TWO AUDIO INTERFACES WITH DIFFERENT DRIVERS SIMULTANUOUSLY. So my question is DIFFERENT! (just to make sure):
Is there an easy way to switch the audio interface in one project so that I can e.g. record multiple tracks from the XF via Firewire (and the Yamaha Firewire Driver) and switch to the Raydat for other recording purposes in the same project?
I tried a couple of things - but cubase so far always replaces the audio-connections “intelligently” from one interface to the other, which I DONT want. The program setting not to connect when loading “external” projects does not help - since I do not load any project . I simply want to switch interfaces that should persistently use their assigned audio-connections. So no impact on routing of input or ouput busses is needed or even welcome.