Man, what a learning curve…
Coming from the old MR816, the routing was so much simpler…
- I’m wondering what the point is of a master out when - or so it seems - all it can do is mirror one of the other pairs of outs - Mix1; Mix2; Mix3 or Mix4.
At the moment, I have my four headphone feeds going mono to
3R (mono) is being used for a mixcube I have.
3L (mono) is being used to feed a reamp box in the event I need that.
So… 4R/L is not being used, but I have set my main outs to receive signal from Mix4. Doesn’t that kind of defeat the purpose of having outputs 4R and 4L?
So, to use the REV-X reverb or the channel strip on input, you can’t send the output to the control room? Seriously?
Trying to monitor a recording input channel with reverb. I can figure out how to do it using the DSP-MIX-FX app, but I want to do it within Cubase.
I have set my input channel to Mono In 4 and my output channel to Mono Out, which routes to my Mixcube. (because I can’t route it to my studio monitors, because they’re set up for my control room… grrr…
I can see and adjust the reverb FX, adjust the send level, etc in the UR816C tab in the inspector. (which has finally shown up… yay!)
Nothing. Well… I hear my voice, but no reverb.
However, if I go to the DSPMIXFX app, I can adjust it there, no problem.
Interestingly, though… none of my channel faders - the input channel, the audio channel with the monitoring light enabled, nor the mono out channel to the mixcube, nor the volume knob on the control room strip… none of them has any effect on the level at which I hear my voice coming out of the mixcube.
Adjusting the send amount to the RevX reverb in Cubase has no effect on the amount of reverb I hear.
Heh… even turning off the monitoring button on the audio channel I’m recording to doesn’t change anything.
Under Studio Setup, yes, I DO have the boxes checkboxed that say:
Load Scene Data from Project File
Channel Link setting follows created input/output bus configuration.
I have direct monitoring enabled, but even disabling that allows Cubase to “take over” or “over-ride” the DSPMIXFX settings.
- How in the world do you determine what is being routed, and thus, adjust/change what is routed through the headphones on the front panel?
This is getting really discouraging.
Thanks to anyone who can help.