Hello i have gone from using logic on a mac to now using cubase elements 7 on my new windows PC
I am new to this and i can’t get no sound, The sound bars go up and down when there is sound but no audio is coming out. Nothing is on mute… If i play audio outside of cubase it works fine. I can’t find anywhere, where i can select what input and outputs i want…
I have done, It doesn’t make sense and it doesn’t give me no options at all just my sound card driver…
Basically I want guitar rig (rig control) as a input put i can’t get no sound from it just really loud feedback also when i take my speakers from the line out and plug it into the headset input i can get sound when testing addictive drums, But still nothing from Rig control when i want to record guitar…
Have you gone into devices and followed my original instruction?
I have a feeling that you have not connected the Asio drivers to Cubase. The illustrations that you have shown are for the inputs and outputs for the soundcard. If the Asio driver is not connected it will not work and there will be no sound to be routed through the mixer.
Click on Devices at the top of the arrange window - then select Device Setup, which is at the bottom of the pop-up list > then choose VST Audio Setup and select your Card’s Asio Driver in the selection window.
I have put the jack into a different input and now when testing addictive drums in cubase i seem to be getting sound… but when i have cubase open i can’t get sound from any other program… but when i close cubase sound on everything else seems to work.
Ok when i try test my gutiar through guitar rig i just get loud feedback and no sound from my guitar?
Im plugged upto my rigcontrol which is connected it via usb
but when i have cubase open i can’t get sound from any other program
This is normal behaviour…Using an ASIO driver in Windows generally stops that driver being available to other programs. If you tick release driver in background then you won’t need to close Cubase but still only one program at a time can play audio.
If you really need to have 2 applications accessing the audio driver simultaneously you need to research the workarounds…maybe using 2 audio devices or perhaps using ASIO4all driver.
when i try test my gutiar through guitar rig i just get loud feedback
So have you gone back into the audio setup and selected the rigcontrol driver instead of your xonar?
I have had a look at the Asus Xonar DG card online. It is a very low spec card for music. Ii is mainly a gamers PCi card. This might be why you are having issues.
Perhaps it might be a good idea if you give us a complete run-down of your computer and outboard gear specs. I feel that you may be asking your soundcard to do something it can’t do. For instance which Guitar Rig interface are you using. this will affect the advice we can give.
Yes i have already done all that. Basically i have set it up and installed it the way i did on my mac for logic and it worked perfect on that. What i am getting is loud feedback when i have it set to ASIO but when i have it set to rig kontrol and strum my guitar you can see the volume bars go up and down but no sound, and no sound from other instruments either but i do get sound when i have it set to ASIO but not from guitar rig