Since: Apr 03, 2002
The delta does not have a wavetable as far as I know, it will only pass MIDI data back and forthm the sounds have to be elsewhere...
Posted on Sep 21, 2004 09:33 am
A small pie will soon be eaten
Member Since: Aug 26, 2004
I have two soundcards on my PC
Audigy ZS Pro
Obviously (now) the Delta is for recording apps. This is working no worries for Audio.
Problem is in Cubase (v1) I can only get MIDI to play back using the Audigy MIDI outputs (or MS GS Wavetable), even though I have made all the necessary changes in control panel to make the delta the default card for midi playback.
I wouldn’t mind this for recording so much but when it comes to mixing I am hearing MIDI through my PC speakers and everything else (including the click track) through my head phones (they are plugged into the mixer as are the outputs from my delta)
I could plug my Audigy output into my mixer but this doesn’t feel like the right thing to do (I’m a newbie).
Does this have something to do with the on-board synths of the Audigy?
Do I need to associate the Delta with some synths sounds? If so how?
The MIDI device is an M-AUDIO Key station 88 pro. (USB).
Sorry about the long message :) Cheers for your help
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