I’d like to find out how to use a hardware effect with Cubase.
These are the facts:
I have a Lexicon Lambda interface with 2 main outs (usually connected to monitors) and 4 inputs and I use Cubase LE4.
I also have an ancient Lexicon PCM70 digital reverb that, despite its age, still sounds great. It has a single input and separate left and right stereo outputs and that’s all.
Presently, I have a very primitive method of using the PCM70 – simply by taking recorded tracks and sending them from one of the main outs of the Lambda into the PCM70 input and then taking the stereo outs from the PCM70 and running them back into the 2 of the Lambda inputs and recording a 100% wet stereo track in Cubase. Then I mix that 100% reverb track with the original tracks, using the slider to control the amount of reverb in the mix.
It would be better if I could somehow connect the PCM70 to the Lambda, so I could use it somewhat like a VST plug-in.
After I have recorded tracks (and Lambda’s in/outs are free), does anyone know how I can set up a send from a channel(s) in Cubase out to the PCM70 and then return the stereo outs to Cubase, hopefully being able to use the send levels to control the amount of reverb on the particular track(s)???