thanks for the advice. I am afraid that didn’t work either? There isn’t 3 Groove Agent One files in that location just loads of sub files?
I copied the whole lot across all the same, re-scanned and still have the same problem?
I am going to uninstall Cubase 6 and start again. Any advice here? I assume I hadn’t loaded the upgrade correctly hence the problem although I’m not sure how? Also, I had sent a support ticket to Steinberg who responded with 'we don’t support Windows Vista so they can’t help! Would Vista be the root of the problem or is that just Steinberg being awkward?
i am having the same problem with mine. only for osx.
i’ve found the vst sound folder inside the content folder, but i don’t know where to save it. also at the risk of sounding like a newbie, there doesn’t appear to be any .wav files which is what is seems to be looking for.
Haven’t ever looked at GA One until now. It couldn’t find any samples when I first ran it. I’ve followed all suggestions above and now it can… but why weren’t the necessary files installed in the first place? I also get the impression there’s other content that’s not been installed…
There seems to be two locations for content under W7?
Remember that GA content is in the closed .vstsound format…I dont think individual wavs are inc, you have to use GA in Cubase to bounce down audio…export slices etc…you use Mediabay to load stuff into GA, then export/bounce the actual audio part.
anyone got any help for me?
i’m new to cubase so i’m working through the demo videos, but I can’t go any further until I get this sorted
Most likely because you haven’t smartened up the MediaBay as to the whereabouts of the GAO content. It’s not your fault. This has been problematic with MediaBay for ages. Follow the directions in this screenshot:
See if this does the trick.
that seems a bit strange though. it appears to be searching for certain .wav files though, such as kick, tom, snare etc. surely these should be included somewhere?
It’s not. The GAO factory library is closed and proprietary. There are no .WAV or .AIF files associated with it. It’s looking for the “Groove Agent ONE 03.vstsound” file…which contains all the sounds in one big file.
I’m on WinXP and have the same problem :
I can find the 3 …vstsound files on the DVD
and copied them to the 2 potential locations I found :
c:\programfiles\steinberg\cubase 6\vst sound
c:\documents and settings[user]\application data\steinberg\content\vst sound
I then followed the LocationScreenshot.JPG but all this does not resolve the problem