“…and record them directly in Cubase.”
That phrase puzzles me. Do you record only the MIDI from your keyboard in Cubase, or both MIDI and audio (through your audio interface) at the same time? More specificly, after recording do you have only a MIDI track in your project, or also an audio track, too?
Such a “double take” would explain the “phasing”, when both is played back at the same time.
If so, then do you think it is something to do with the Devices/Soundcard configurations ??
i had problems with the original Steinberg drivers in that (very strangely) the soundcard would not recognize them. So i downloaded (and am currently using) ‘ASIO FOR ALL’ drivers which the soundcard recognized straight away.
In the past I had some Problem with that in another daw program. Dealing with a soundcard or driver might be the issue, so it could help if you mention your gear in your forum signature. You never know.
Okay, you’ve got your signature down you’re welcome.
Upon seeing your setup I doubt if it’s an asio driver problem, because of the dedicated hardware.
But, you never know what happens if you install the interface and the driver again, because after all we are dealing with computers and they are known for being capable of driving us up the wall.
I once had this problem with my old Creative Soundblaster Platinum when I could not find a suitable driver to work on Xp. I tried a different driver but it got me this terrible short reverb/chorusing effect when recording stuff.
Because both Steinberg and the music store where i made the purchase from gave me telephone support and remote-access i am surprised that i am still having issues. It took 3 x seperate long sessions to identify and correct the issues so i assumed everything would be working fine now. One of the problems was to do with the fact that i have Windows Home and not the Office edition on my PC (this apparently can cause limitations with the way the drivers and soundcard can communicate with each other).
i think what i might do is contact Steinberg again and see if they can run remote-access again on my PC.