Connections for Zoom1044, CubaseVST5.1, KorgX5D, RolandRS5

Discussion in 'comp.music.midi' started by ozpaul, Jun 13, 2003.

  1. ozpaul

    ozpaul Guest

    Any suggestions on best way to connect up SB Audigy2 Platinum,
    Zoom1044multitrack recorder, CubaseVST5.1, KorgX5D and Roland RS5 for
    someone with limited midi programming knowledge.

    Any help appreciated muchly!
    Pauline
  2. JB Seattle

    JB Seattle Guest

    Connect the Zoom multitrack to the Line I/O of the sound card.
    Get a multiport USB interface and use it for midi I/O for those.
    www.midiman.com has all you want, get at least 4 ports for expansion.
    In Cubase open all midi I/O's and assign each one to a port--Audigy port 1,
    X5D port 2, etc.
    Do all your midi first, then mix down to a stereo track, add additional
    tracks of audio and mixdown for final.
    Since you could then make a CD, I don't know what the multitrack is for
    unless you simply want to run those tracks of old mixes into the computer
    using the Line in of the soundcard.
    It is really not good to remix digital and sine wav but if you keep the sine
    tops under -3db you should be okay in Cubase.
    JB
    "ozpaul" <ozpaul@iprimus.com.au> wrote in message
    news:3ee91207$1_1@news.iprimus.com.au...
    > Any suggestions on best way to connect up SB Audigy2 Platinum,
    > Zoom1044multitrack recorder, CubaseVST5.1, KorgX5D and Roland RS5 for
    > someone with limited midi programming knowledge.
    >
    > Any help appreciated muchly!
    > Pauline
    >
    >

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