I’m rather new to Cubase, and I love it. I currently have a trial version of Cubase Elements 7.
I’m a live sound engineer, and I have 16 channels of beautiful ADAT running through my PC before it hits the mixing desk.
I used to use Sony Acid just for recording purposes, but now I’ve switched to Cubase it’s a dream.
I have been requested a number of times to do live recordings (realtime - not post mastered) and, recently I have been asked to do a live audio stream.
This is easily done with Cubase for record/stream, and hardware desk for mixing the room, however, I want to switch over fully digital.
I have tried the obvious things, and I have searched the forum, and all I can find is people asking advice about a single instance of Cubase running across multiple monitors.
What I would like to do is, run two instances of Cubase - one on each monitor, so that I can have two individual audio mixes. Anyone who has tried to record the output to a PA, will know it definitely takes two separate mixes to achieve this.
Both instances of Cubase would need to share the ADAT resources.
I hope to stick with Elements, as its nice and simple to use, but lots of awesome features.
Can anyone give some advice on this please?