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Your Cubase® Studio by Steve Pacey

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Getting the Audio Signals to Cubase (Where They Belong!)

Now that you’ve got the band all patched in to the console and you have their monitors set up so they can hear what’s going on in both the studio and the control room, you’re finally ready to get the audio signals to Cubase!

Our main concern is getting the 22 channels of audio coming through the Mackie console into Cubase. You can continue to monitor the MIDI parts through the Mackie until we decide to bounce them to audio tracks later on.

Getting the signal to Cubase is the easy part. If you would like to record each channel on its own track, just connect the Direct Out on each channel of the Mackie console to 22 inputs on the PreSonus FP10s (see Figure 7.19). The biggest concern would ...

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