Re: Connecting a mic to Cubase 5
The first thing you need to do is select the correct driver in Cubase to make sure that the program can communicate with the audio hardware:
1. Launch Cubase, select Device Setup from the Devices
menu and click on VST Audio System in the Devices list to the left.
2. Select your Emu 0202 driver from the ASIO Driver menu.
3. Select the driver in the Devices list to open the Driver
settings for your audio hardware.
4. Bring up the control panel for the audio hardware and
adjust the settings as recommended by the audio hard manufacturer.
You will then need to set up your VST Connections.
1. Open the Devices menu and select “VST Connections”.
2. Check to see if you have a Stereo Output. If not click the “Add Bus” button. Choose “Stereo” for configuration and “1” for count and click OK.
Open the “Input” tab.
1. Click the “Add Bus” button. Choose “Mono” for configuration and “1” for count and click “OK”.
2. Next, click in the “Device Port” column to select the audio inputs of your audio card for the stereo and mono inputs.
This should get you ready to record. See the "Getting Started Manual" for Cubase 5 for further details. It has step by step instructions.
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