I never had a problem with this before on my older 32-bit XP system with either SX1 or SX3 – and it worked for another project in Cubase 6 on my 64-bit Win7. Even though I’ve checked that my routings are correct (I’ve tripled checked and checked again), the group tracks are not showing any activity = dead.
So, for example, when I try to draw even just Volume on my Guitar Group Track, nothing happens, including muting or solo-ing the Group track/s. I hear everything but any edit or adjustment in Group tracks just don’t do nuttin’. VST Connections/Group/FX has “Stereo” in Speakers, and “Out” in Output Routing.
As I said, I’m embarrassed with this almost-newbie question but…
Whuddahell am I doing wrong?
Kind of hard to do any real mix-down work without this.
Thanks for your help.
Windows Version:7 Home Premium 64-bit
Processor:AMD X6 1090T Phenom II Black Edition 6x3.2 Ghz - no overclocking
RAM:16 Gb. DDR3
Hard Drives: Multiple SATA2 7200 Rpm.
Sound Card:M-Audio Delta Audiophile 2496 (Analog I/O) + MIDI
Video Card:nVidia GeForce 6800 XT
Video Capture:Onboard and TI chip IEEE PCI card
I am aware that sometimes projects can get corrupted and stuff stops working after a project has been used for a long time, but this is a relatively new or virgin project, so I’m thinking it may be something else - i.e. my ignorance due to that I upgraded to Cubase 6 relatively recently from SX3. This project was started from scratch in Cubase 6.