I’m running Cubase 8 on a laptop PC, and have an Access Virus Polar as my external synth.
Is there a way to save a Virus patch on Cubase, and thus call it up from within Cubase?
Here is what I do currently.
- record a midi track
- manually get a patch up and running on the Virus; for example, RAM A 22.
- then, enable an audio track on Cubase and record the Virus RAM A 22 patch by playing back the already recorded midi track.
However, I don’t know how to ‘save’ that Virus patch on Cubase. I need to first call it up on the Virus; I can’t do it from within Cubase.
Is there a way to save the patch on Cubase?
For example, I could have a Cubase midi track entitled “Virus RAM A 22” and Cubase would automatically tell the Virus to go to RAM A 22.
then, the process would look like this:
- record a midi track called Virus RAM A 22
- enable an audio track, and record via the Virus RAM A 22 patch. I would not have do anything to the Virus; Cubase would tell it to go to patch RAM A 22.
Is this possible?