Monitoring audio signal

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Monitoring audio signal

Post by fidox » Thu Mar 23, 2017 2:03 pm

Hi !

Can i monitor audio signal (final mix), which comes from STM Scope mixer to Cubase and then i want to apply final mastering in Cubase,
so i can hear changes to that audio signal from Scope.

Normally i finish mastering in Scope and then i'm recording final mix in Cubase,
but i'd like to use also software mastering tools, so i want to hear , what i'm doing.

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Re: Monitoring audio signal

Post by Music Manic » Sat Mar 25, 2017 2:14 pm

fidox wrote:Hi !

Can i monitor audio signal (final mix), which comes from STM Scope mixer to Cubase and then i want to apply final mastering in Cubase,
so i can hear changes to that audio signal from Scope.

Normally i finish mastering in Scope and then i'm recording final mix in Cubase,
but i'd like to use also software mastering tools, so i want to hear , what i'm doing.
Yes you can send the mix output back into Cubase then a separate mix send to your monitors through Scope.

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Re: Monitoring audio signal

Post by fidox » Sat Mar 25, 2017 9:28 pm

Music Manic wrote:
Yes you can send the mix output back into Cubase then a separate mix send to your monitors through Scope.
thanks for your reply.
and my second question is, how can i do that ? maybe project picture.
i think i have once treid that, but probably more than 5 years ago. :)

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Re: Monitoring audio signal

Post by Music Manic » Sun Mar 26, 2017 12:19 pm

ASIO channel 1 is your main mix. This can be multiple ASIO channels if you want to mix within Scope. ASIO 2 is just a spare set of Stereo input and output channels you need for the separate master mix.

Asio 2 input from the mixer output will receive your whole mix and send it back into Cubase. On the same channel of your DAW set your Asio output to asio2(or whichever you have available) and this is sent to Wolf's switch (free) which bypasses the Scope mixer. You can re-route it to Scope mastering devices if you wish. I've just loaded the basic route.

You can use Wolf's switch to monitor either the mix or mastered version. You can also do that in Cubase another way by soloing or muting the mastered version.

Hope that helps.
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Re: Monitoring audio signal

Post by fidox » Sun Mar 26, 2017 11:45 pm

Music Manic wrote: Hope that helps.

ofcourse, that helps a lot ! :)
thank you very much

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