I’d like to use my DAW everywhere at home. At the moment I have one room where my DAW stands. I’m planning to update to a new powerful PC. Soundcards, AD/DA converters and external FX and Synths will be connected to this computer. But it is not possible to move this setup around.
One way would be to use an additional labtop. But beside the fact that I would need to install everything on the laptop again, there is one catch. To run all the plug-ins it must be a quite powerful laptop. And powerful means loud fans. Further more SSDs for the sample libraries are still quite expensive. So I don’t wont to buy everything twice.
Now I had the idea to remote access my main DAW via WLAN. I mean the standard remote access that comes with Windows. Then I would need only a slow(meaning silent) laptop and one set of SSDs would be enough, too.
Question: Is it possible to use Cubase via Windows remote access via WLAN or Ethernet.
If the answer is yes, then the next question is: How can I transfer MIDI and audio over the network?
Is it possible to connect a MIDI-interface and an audio-interface to the laptop and connect the MIDI-/audiostream somehow to the MIDI/audio interfaces of the remote controlled DAW?