I’ve run into a road block that i cannot get around regarding routing of audio signal.
I am in Cubase Artist 6.5 and I wonder if it is a limitation of the older version, a limitation of the Artist version, or something I am doing wrong.
I have an audio track with a VST insert that I am trying to bounce down to a new audio track. I have watched/read various posts on this topic and I have tried to replicate what I saw.So far I have tried the following with no success:
-Created a new audio track, set to record armed, set to monitored, solo source and new track, record. Only silence is recorded, none of the source track is routed to the new track.
-Selected Audio->Bounce Selection, which creates an exact duplicate of the audio file with none of the insert effect rendered into it.
-The user manual mentions freezing/rendering a track, but it doesn’t state if this is a Cubase full-version feature only. Needless to say I don’t have a freeze button.
-Created a group channel, routed the source track to it, placed the new audio track into the group. No signal reaches the track, there is no provision to route the group track anywhere other than stereo out, which doesn’t help.
-Created an FX Send track, routed the source track Send 1 to it 100%. Obviously that doesn’t allow me to route anywhere other than stereo out, but I was grasping at straws.
I know I can export a track to audio but I was really hoping to be able to record directly into a new track as this allows me to play along, adding CC tweaks etc.
Is there a way to do this in my version? Is it only something that can be done in the full version of Cubase, or maybe in a later version.
Thanks, hope this makes sense. I await your guidance.