My keyboard has sound effects which I prefer over HalionOne. I therefore want to retain those many sound effects within my arrangement. My midi output comes directly from my keyboard speakers and hence the amount of midi track playback is limited. Therefore I am using the ‘bouncing midi to audio’ method to solve this. However, every time I ‘mixdown’ my keyboard speakers make a fast buzzing sound of the midi track during conversion but upon playback I receive no sound, even though the newly converted WAV file contains the appropriate length of the track etc.
Alesis i02 express audio interface ( brand new )
Cubase le 5
Edifer Speakers with audio jack adapters placed in i02 interface
Windows 7 x64 bit
-Casio CTK 541 keyboard
I’ve enclosed a screenshot below of all my settings. Please tell me where I’ve gone wrong.
Split: Thanks for the advice! Went to the store yesterday but out of stock Good to know its a hardware problem instead of my software setup though! Hopefully it’ll be sorted when I get my hands on one!
halljack : Thanks for that! Yeah, I’m guessing you mean the whole record with “group track” option and routing said tracks accordingly. But wouldn’t I still require the cable that Split has suggested for this to work? Otherwise wouldn’t I just be recording every sound in the room besides a decent audio file?