help to understand Scope

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neantsan
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help to understand Scope

Post by neantsan » Mon Jun 16, 2008 1:09 am

Hi! !

I need your help !!

I try to understand scope philosophy !!!

I'me reeding the manual !! and first ,

I don't know what is the différence between Asio1 or Asio 2 beside Direct monitoring / and which one should i choose /

Too, is it possible to sequence scope's synths from cubase's midi sequencer ... ?

thx

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Post by bosone » Mon Jun 16, 2008 4:53 am

months ago i began a simple scope tutorial, never finished.
there are just the first steps...
maybe one day i will find the time to go on!

http://www.alchemystudio.it/tutorial/cr ... ial_en.htm

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Post by Neil B » Mon Jun 16, 2008 6:08 am

Yes you can use Scope synths with Cubase.
Lots of us here do.
You can also control the knobs and faders via your Cubase too (I use 32/5.1)
Having said that, walk before you run.
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Post by neantsan » Mon Jun 16, 2008 6:13 am

thx all both for your answers /

and for asio module .. i don't now wich one should i use ..

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Post by Neil B » Mon Jun 16, 2008 6:23 am

Well Asio 2 is the one I use with Cubase and when you select your audio output in Cubase, select Asio Scope.

I'm not an expert but it may depend on your Cubase & Scope versions.

Let us all know what you're using and you'll get a more explanatory answer from someone..

By the way - welcome to Planet Z
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Post by neantsan » Mon Jun 16, 2008 6:38 am

I use a pulsar II /

i didn't succeed to install 4.5 version of scope, so I installed the 4 version /

Cubase SX3 /

Is it enough .. ?

For hardware / MIDI pad / Midi Keyboard connected via USB / no hardware mixer /



thanks for your help and your reception

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Post by Fede » Mon Jun 16, 2008 8:25 am

It will work with any asio driver given that:

- you put in the project the same type of asio source and asio dest modules (both source and dest are needed to proper function)

end.

differences:

asio1 was created before asio2 so it is somewhat lighter including less features.
asio2 provides support for "direct monitoring" and I don't know what else, probably they're stabler?

that's all I know, people report to use both without any big problem.

next, it would be important to choose the ones with your favorite sample size: 16, 24, 32bit. If I remember well ASIO2 dest module is the same for every sample size (people correct me if I'm wrong!)

cheers
Fede

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Post by Neil B » Mon Jun 16, 2008 11:10 am

Nice tutorials Bosone
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Post by neantsan » Wed Jun 18, 2008 6:36 am

hi ..
i made my first routing ... it works well ..

I succeed to do what i need ..

thx for your help

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Re: help to understand Scope

Post by firubbi » Wed Oct 29, 2008 8:29 pm

2 is better than 1. im still on 44.1kz/16bit

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Re: help to understand Scope

Post by firubbi » Sun Nov 02, 2008 2:37 am

btw what was the 96khz conclusion?
a. after convert for cd it wont help.
b. it helps.. go for it

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