is it possible in Cubase Pro 9.5 to put in solo one or more channels and listen them through the Control Room while the musician listens his undisturbed mix?
For example, during a recording, I would like to listen the mix of the song and from time to time a solo channel, while the musician must hear his mix (done with the cue mix sends) that should not be affected by the fact that I put in solo one channel.
It happens to me that if I put in solo one channel, even the listening to the musician changes.
I do not know if I explained myself… in case you do not understand let me know so I try to explain myself in another way.
If I understand you correctly… You need to make sure that the preference “Mute Pre-Send when Mute” is UNTICKED.
You find this setting in the Preferences > VST section.
Beware though that this setting has a bug (at least on windows 10, for me on 3 different computers)… This resets itself (ticked on) every time you re-open a project.
This should be a global setting, but are not remembered/saved… In my case I have to check and untick this option every time open a new or excisting project.
I have actually linked this setting to a key command (toggles).
I’ve also tried the Listen function but I do not get what I want.
If I press the L key, it also changes the listening to the singer. Instead, I want the singer’s listening to remain unchanged as set by the cue mandates.
I enclose 2 images of a test project where you can see how I set up the mixer, the control room and the preferences.
The signal flow can be realized as written above. If it doesn’t work for you, you’ ve done something wrong. Start by chexking the signal routing of your interface if available. The Stereo outs in Cubase are not connected, I guess…?!