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External Synth to hear DAW VST wet signal only

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External Synth to hear DAW VST wet signal only

Postby steveturner » Fri Jan 05, 2018 8:53 pm

Okay

Windows 10, Motu 624, Cubase 9.5, Maschine latest version etc, Moog Subs37 etc

I have set up a MIDI channel and an AUDIO channel, Moog Subsequent 37 correctly routes MIDI signal to Cubase MIDI channel, also correctly routes audio to Cubase Audio mono channel.

I have set up insert effects on Audio channel for delay etc.

When I hit the Speaker icon to monitor the audio channel in Cubase I hear the effected sound, but it is blended with dry.

I want to ONLY hear the effected sound.

What do I do?

Thanks,

Steve.
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Re: External Synth to hear DAW VST wet signal only

Postby steveturner » Thu Jan 11, 2018 2:29 am

Anyone?
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Re: External Synth to hear DAW VST wet signal only

Postby Gravity Jim » Thu Jan 11, 2018 12:41 pm

I'm having a hard time visualizing the deal, here. Can you be more specific about the routing?
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Re: External Synth to hear DAW VST wet signal only

Postby HCMarkus » Thu Jan 11, 2018 4:23 pm

Turn off hardware monitoring in your MOTU interface.

It appears that you are monitoring both thru your DAW and thru the 624's built-in hardware mixer. The hardware mixer is great to use when you need to run your DAW with larger buffers, hence higher latency, in a larger project.
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