Hi Grim and Prock,
Let me admit that since my previous posts, a week or two, or so, ago, I’ve only been using the MIDI editor.
I was, recently (at time that), able to record a clean guitar track (no amps) into a project, and that was just to see if what someone else had suggested to help me to get my guitar to come out of both speakers (that seems to have been figured out).
Thanks for your help, but LOL, now, i am really confused.
I didn’t have a chance to try anything, yet, regarding recording with the amps, as i was pretty busy on the weekend.
I just signed in today (now) to re-read Grim’s suggestion again, so i could try his suggestion. But now i see Prock’s second post.
Okay, well, i am using windows 10 and CuBase Pro 8.
I am still just getting to know my way around with CuBase Pro 8. So, i’m sorry if i seem a bit daft using CuBase. I bought Pro 8 in 2016 and only started using it in 2018.
I used an older CuBase version in 2001 (with a SoundBlaster Live card) and it was NOTHING as complicated as Pro 8. The old version i had, i had bought and started recording tracks for a CD, right away - it was such a breeze to use.
Now, i see i don’t even know how to access the basic functions of CuBase Pro 8. So this all a little embarrassing for me to have to ask so many basic questions.
I am basically 17 years behind.
I know the manual is there to read but here i am asking questions because i can’t find all that i need to find in the manual. I don’t want to spend 6 months reading the manual. I think i prefer to learn as i go.
I am not sure what a dspmixFX is.
If that is what is blocking the UR 242 amps from being recorded into my project, how do i “deactivate” that dspmixFX so i CAN record with the UR 242 amps?