I’d be eternally grateful, yes really, if someone could give me an ‘idiots’ guide to this.
I have Cubase 4 Studio and EMU Patchmix DSP.
I create songs in Cubase and can use Patchmix to add effects to the whole song to listen through my speakers from Cubase itself.
However, I can’t audio mixdown the final mix with the Patchmix effects included.
So, what I want to record as a final mix is what I hear in my speakers and headphones - which is routed through Patchmix from Cubase - but I can’t export and audio mixdown the version that incorporates these effects.
It’s drivng me me mad! I have reviewed all kind of articles on the internet but I just can’t it work. Doesn’t seem logical to me. I’ve spent days trying to sort this.
Adding effects from EMUfx to each individual component track within Cubase is no good because I use up too many effects. In any case, for teh song I’m doing now I think that adding ‘vocal enhancer’ across the whole mix seems to work - at least for now - so that’s what I’m trying to do!
I know it has something to do with creating strips with ASIO INs and OUTs - then somehow matching these in Cubase. I believe the sound needs to go out through Patchmix then come back into Cubase before exporting the audio mixdown? Can anyone help?? Step by step fool proof instructions are needed I’m afraid!
What order do I follow, where do I go in Cubase and how do I set up a basic route for the audio?
Many, many thanks if anyone can help!!