Thanks for your replies. I’m quite lost here, let me explain…
I record through a Tascam US122MK2. I can set it to Mono or Stereo. Regardless of which I chosse, I get to see in the “Audio Activity (Default Input Channel)” a led bar going up and down as I play. So the audio reaches Cubase.
(A) I can add an audio track, and set it to configuration Mono (and speakers will be: M). When I record now, I still get the audio activity led bar going up & down, but nothing is recorded in the new track.
(B) I can add an audio track, and set it to configuration Stero (and speakers will be: LR). When I record now, I still get the audio activity led bar going up & down, and yes the guitar is recorded in the new track. But only on one channel.
The above two test have the same result, regardless of the Mono/Stereo setting on the Tascam.
When I open the mixer, the track I recorded with (B) is shown. I do see in the stereo led bar that only one channel is going up and down. Also, when I dubble-click on the track there’s only one graph, not two. So it is definitely a mono track.
The guitar is a mono instrument so that is okay, it’s just that I want to be able to pan it across Left and Right (and in the future maybe add stereo effects like chorus and delay).
My guess is that I should be able to record a mono track like I tried in (A), just can’t see where it is going wrong in Cubase.
My Device Setup is: VST Audio System | US122-MK2 |: L and R input, L and R output, all active and visible.
Thanks in advance for any help!