I have a strange issue I’ve been trying to fix. The other day in Cubase, I accidentally had a mic in Channel 1 and a monitor on and ended up with feedback. At some point, the UR44 unit stopped all input until I power cycled it and rebooted the PC.
Since then, I have been able to get no input signal into Cubase (Elements 8.0.35 64-bit on Windows 10) on Channel 1 or 2 from the UR44. I tried resetting Cubase and even reinstalling it. Still no luck.
Here’s the strange part. dspMixFX shows input from Channel 1 and 2 just fine. So, as a test, I started Cubase with one of the default Guitar + Vocals presets which launches a VST amp simulator. I have a guitar plugged into channel 1 and nothing in channel 2. Phantom power is off. See the attached screenshot. You can clearly see that the VST amp simulator is showing input from channel 1 but Cubase is not.
I theorize that somewhere, Cubase thinks that the feedback I got was a peak input and it was so high it crapped something out and needs to be reset - something in a residual setting even after uninstalling/reinstalling Cubase. I’ve tried resetting the mixer channel peak settings, but that didn’t work.