My Cubase Audio Exploits.....

Discussion in 'General Sequencing' started by bluesplayer, Sep 20, 2002.

  1. bluesplayer

    bluesplayer New Member

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    Before any long session with cubase , i shut down all virus software , and any other silly programs.I then scan disk , and before that i would defrag .I have not set up my computers virtual memory like some websites tell you to , i find it causes more problems than it fixes. I run on 500 mgz with 394 meg of ram . i used to have 128 meg of ram . i never noticed any difference when i upgraded. Most of my effects are mainly off board , but i can run up to 5 or 6 easy , be carefull with the reverbs tho . flangers been the most demanding on the chip .Always save the file as a song , its quick and you wont lose your work if it crashes .Avoid editing in the cubase audio editor , i integrate cool audio pro ( free down load ) . I always reccord at 44.1 , anything above is silly .I reccomend the s b live soundcards as a quiet line in out medium , the onboard sounds i find thin .More soon ........!
  2. willi001

    willi001 New Member

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    Does the SB live soundcard have more than one input???
  3. FDA-DSSS

    FDA-DSSS New Member

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    How long does it take to do all of that?
  4. theARTiSAN

    theARTiSAN Administrator Staff Member Super Mod

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    Willi - Mine (SB Live MP3+) has a simple line in and Mic in.
    SB Live is good for multimedia, but I'll never get another one for a DA/studio setup.

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