I think I’m coming back to Cubase. A 3 year detour to Logic (and while it has many nice features) it seems Cubase caught up with most of them, while having much better performance and efficiency. However there are still a few features lacking!
One thing I do on a regular basis in Logic is record a mono Vintage Synth track into Cubase via Audio. Then I would like to apply FX to it. Usually I use my analog external hardware for this…but sometimes it is also a plugin.
For external hardware:
It seems that the Mono to Stereo External FX plugin does not work properly on a Mono track? It loads up but it seems to sum both return channels to mono. (Which makes sense because it is a mono track) But it there a way it can understand this and automatically make the mono track a Stereo Track?
Or how is this achieved?
My external FX are not always just reverbs. An analog chorus I would love to quickly and easily route the Mono Audio track (via the external FX plugin) and it be 100% wet, so no need for a bus etc etc. Or is that the only way to achieve this?