Very new to this.
I’ve used my Echo Layla 3G with Cubase without any major heartache. I recently had a chance to pick up a Layla 24/96 at a good price. I have connected both devices using an ADAT cable. I also have them connected with a BNC wordclock cable. If I right click the speaker icon on the taskbar, and select ‘Playback Devices,’ I can see the Layla 3g, designated as Analogue 1/2, 2/3…up to 7/8. I also see another Layla (no mention of 24/96), which looks very similar, except that it’s referred to as digital, not analogue.
Nothing too strange then.
However, when I fire up Cubase (6.5), I don’t see the additional eight digital channels. Am I missing something really obvious here? Is the ADAT link adequate to connect the two devices so that I have sixteen available channels in Cubase or do I have to connect the 24/96 using the PCI card and breakout cable that came with the device?