I’ve bought a Zoom H2n handy recorder and installed the included Cubase LE software on my laptop. I’m trying to use the Zoom as an audio interface to record tracks with Cubase. However nothing is recorded in the tracks. I see the volume meters moving up and down in the track as I use the Zoom but only silence is recorded. Have someone on this Forum had the same problem and solved it or can help me anyway?
Here are some facts:
Downloaded and installed software: Cubase LE AI Elements 8 64bit and E_H_and_F-Series_ASIO_v188.8.131.52 driver from Zoom.
Laptop: Fujitsu Lifebook E754 with 8GB RAM, Windows 7 professional SP1, 64 bit OS.
Settings in Cubase:
Device Setup / VST Audio System ASIO driver: ZOOM H and F series ASIO.
VST Connections / Stereo In (and Out) Audio device: ZOOM H and F series ASIO.
In Device Port: ZOOM H and F series A… In 01 (left) 02 (right)
Out Device Port: ZOOM H and F series A… Out 01 (left) 02 (right)
The Zoom H2n is connected to the laptop with and USB cable. Audio Interface is chosen on the Zoom. Headphones also connected to Zoom.
Steps in Cubase:
- File / New Project / More / Create Empty
- Project / Add Track / Audio / Add Track
- Click Record. Then meters is moving.
- Click Stop.
- Click Play. Then nothing is heard and no meters moving.