VST CONNECT PRO TRIAL & STUDIO PASS APP

VST Connect Pro, Steinberg’s professional remote recording solution, is now available as a free 10-day trial version for download.

VST Connect Pro lets you collaborate with any musician with an Internet connection and a computer anywhere on the planet. Data encryption, multi-track recording, live video chat, audio stream protection and MIDI support make geographical distance irrelevant to studio production workflows.

Download VST Connect Pro Trial
http://www.steinberg.net/en/products/vst/vst_connect/trial.html

Also available as of today is the free Studio Pass app for iOS — the ideal complementary for VST Connect Pro. Studio Pass allows users to dial into the mixing session with an iPhone or iPad.

Download Studio Pass on the App Store
https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/studio-pass-for-vst-connect/id734468931?ls=1&mt=8

Can’t I just buy it outright? Where’s the link for a direct purchase?

Hi,

here is the link:

http://www.steinberg.net/en/shop/buy_product/product/vst-connect-pro.html

Hi There

I downloaded and paid for VST connect Pro, but the Pro version doesn’t seem to show up in Cubase 8.05 Pro, which is quite misleading as it still loads the SE Gui.

I mainly want to work with my pianist with him playing his midi keyboard over the internet remotley and him triggering my Vst instruments. Me playing back VST and Audio tracks from my DAW back to him and him playing along and me recording his midi, all perfectley in time.

We both have stable DSL fibre optic internet services and are connected via LAN to our routers with average Ping each end of about 15ms.

I was led to believe that this would be acheiveable with the current software, however it seems unplayable as the latency is way too high for the performer.

The Vst Connect software will not allow me to switch the Hardware Soundcard latency lower than 512 samples buffer size. If I do the signal becomes distorted and jittery. The buffer settings within the VST Connect software seem virtual to me and don’t effect the timimg as much as hardware buffer settings do.

Am I dreaming or is this possible. I would welcome any help from anyone acheiving these results

Thanks

Gez