Arjan, well, I do appreciate your path and your signal chain. And I would now say that I think your mixer is more unique than mine. I can dance all around it, trying everything I can think of, but I cannot get Cubase to play to the inputs of WaveLab. Sure, I can drag the nonworking output meter onto Cubase. Ah, if looks could kill.
I have to ask, in your connections window, VST connections, does your WaveLab show up as a device that you can route to? It seems this would be necessary somehow. And I don’t have this. It does show a hardware connection bar/space/tab in WL, and I can choose to use two channels of WL, but they do not find my Mackie.
So, either yours is a VERY unique setup as I feel it is, or there is some tricky method to the hookup that belies my frustrated brain at this hour. Any help would be appreciated.
And thank you for agreeing with me that WL is a very complicated program to the uninitiated. I guess the end users are not hanging out in the skateboard parks.
ER… On second thought, I am thinking it might be possible to make the connection to WL if I go out to my mixer via Firewire, and return via firewire to two other channels - sort of digital domain. I guess I can see where this might be described as a ‘digital’ path but I think there might also be some converting going on? Are you going out firewire to your board and going back in firewire to find WL, Arjan? I don’t know this Tascam board you have but this seems the only way.