Cubase Le5 vst stereo ouput expected
Posted on Jul 04, 2017 10:31 pm
Member Since: Jul 04, 2017
Cubase VST help needed....
It seems some vst instruments expect a stereo output while cubase le5 only seems to support vsts with mono output? Is this correct?
if so, is there a work around other than buying the full cubase?
I read somewhere that you can work around it by assigning a vst instrument to a midi track but that doesn't seem right as the instrument will still expect a stereo output?
thanks much for any support!
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Jul 06, 2017 09:25 am I haven't used Cubase in a decade, but even back then I used stereo VST's as I recall, the ability has to be in there somewhere. If that is an LE limit, that is a really odd place to enforce a limit!
But then, I always used VST's as a MIDI instrument, so I likely wouldn't be of much help. :-(
Jul 13, 2017 06:25 am I'm not much help here either. I use Reaper, and haven't touched Cubase LE since the early-mid 2000's. I wonder if the limitation is that LE won't let you create a stereo track or something. In my experience, you just create a track, plonk the VST/i into it, and it should automatically rout all outputs to the master channel. Cubase might take a bit more fiddling around with the track parameters, though.
Since: Dec 04, 2007
But then again, I also strictly use midi input for VST instruments. And yeah, you're probably right, it wouldn't matter if the track was audio or midi; the VSTi would probably route its outputs the same way.
Every DAW has its quirks. At this point, I'd suggest spending some time with the manual and the help guides. I don't have much to add, I'm afraid.
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