I can log in with Performer, connect with my buddy running Cubase Pro 9.5, he can see and hear me, but I don’t hear a thing, no talkback from the Engineer, no sound from me even though I can see me on the meters. Why?
Why is Halion (from my Cubase Pro 9.5) not available under VST instruments - only Groove Agent, Padshop and Retrolog?
You see yourself on the meters: that’s just your own signals which makes sense as the engineer can hear you.
You can’t hear the Studio: ask the engineer to check all of his Cue mix, including Talkback (TB). He must have his TB mic assigned to the VST Connections/Studio/Talkback channel; he must have TB activated (plugin or Control Room) and also the VST Cue channel TB enabled. Tracks that the Performer should hear must have some cue send too (this all also applies for regular recording next room). Ask him to understand the Control Room. More details can be found at https://www.connectvst.com.
You can use Halion SE only directly in Cubase, not with other hosts.
Don´t know if I should start a new post. Sorry if I´m hijacking this one.
I have kind of the same issue, just got off the line with my client so I can´t keep testing.
Issue: Artist on VSTC-Performer app can´t hear me. I can hear him fine BUT only on my left monitor
The Performer mixer has tiny items on the top of each channel where one can select output (for the master channel) and inputs (for the input channels, with the SE version, that would be “Mic” and “Instr”). If Performer uses for instance “Stereo In 1+2” but has his/her mic connected to only Input 1, you’d hear it all to the left. Set the Performer Channels’ input to the desired hardware mono input and all should be fine.
If Performer sees moving meters on his/her “MASTR” channel but hears nothing, that is most probably a similar problem: his/her monitor device/port is not assigned properly. Again, on top of the “MASTR” channel, select the hardware output where the Performer should hear things.