Cubase 4 and the Delta 1010lt

Discussion in 'alt.steinberg.cubase' started by robin scott, Oct 3, 2010.

  1. robin scott

    robin scott Guest

    Hey,
    So my machine died :-( I am now trying to get everything back to how it was
    on a new machine - still running XP tho'.

    Got cubase 4 on - got the Delta 1010lt up and plating wavs and mp3s - Got my
    yamaha sw1000xg sound card -in and working - even got the USB midisport
    4x4 - talking to it all but I can't get any sound output from my two
    external tone generators, a Korg and a Roland.

    It will record midi inputs - it will let me assign sounds from all the tone
    generators but I can't hear anything back out of Cubase when I hit play.

    What am I doing wrong?

    Any thoughts ?
    Thanks
     
    robin scott, Oct 3, 2010
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  2. On Sun, 3 Oct 2010 22:00:20 +0100, "robin scott"
    <> wrote:

    >Hey,
    >So my machine died :-( I am now trying to get everything back to how it was
    >on a new machine - still running XP tho'.
    >
    >Got cubase 4 on - got the Delta 1010lt up and plating wavs and mp3s - Got my
    >yamaha sw1000xg sound card -in and working - even got the USB midisport
    >4x4 - talking to it all but I can't get any sound output from my two
    >external tone generators, a Korg and a Roland.
    >
    >It will record midi inputs - it will let me assign sounds from all the tone
    >generators but I can't hear anything back out of Cubase when I hit play.
    >
    >What am I doing wrong?
    >
    >Any thoughts ?
    >Thanks
    >

    There was a similar post recently. It has to do with midi
    routing...there should be maps for your generators that you can load
    up. Others here are better informed than me on this one.

    Where's Laurence Payne when we need him?

    LL
     
    lancelightning, Oct 5, 2010
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