how to play more vsti's on the same time in real time?

Discussion in 'Cubase' started by dolphin, Jun 29, 2003.

  1. dolphin

    dolphin Guest

    i need to hear different instruments in real time in cubase vst 32

    i only can select one track( i think)so i only can hear one instrument at
    the time.
    is there a solution to hear more at the same time with only one external
    midi keyboard???


    dolphin, Jun 29, 2003
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  2. dolphin

    Yup Guest

    set all midi tracks you want to hear to the same channel number?

    Yup, Jun 29, 2003
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  3. dolphin

    dolphin Guest

    Yup i did ,but i only hear the selected track


    dolphin, Jun 29, 2003
  4. dolphin

    Vic Emerson Guest

    In VST, make sure that the Track/Part Inspector is open (at the left of the
    Arrangent Window). Then click on the little arrow just to the right of the
    words "Track (or Part) Info". the Inspector will then expand, and now just
    underneath the arrow you will see a pop-up "Multi Out" on it and select
    "Add Out".This creates another "Layer".You can now assign it to whichever
    output (including VSTi) you choose, or indeed set any other Play Parameters in
    the Inspector, relative to that layer. Now anything you play live on that track
    (or anything recorded on that track) will play out to each layer in parallel.
    Vic Emerson, Jun 29, 2003
  5. dolphin

    dolphin Guest

    ok thnx i will try it



    dolphin, Jun 29, 2003
  6. dolphin

    dolphin Guest

    OK guys thnxs ,it works


    dolphin, Jun 29, 2003
  7. dolphin

    GetVSTwise Guest

    Activate multi record and select layer as option.

    Go to Options > Multirecord and activate it.
    Then make sure Layer is ticked on the same sub menu.

    A new column "R" appears. Select as many tracks as you want with their
    outputs set to different VSTi's.

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    GetVSTwise, Jun 30, 2003
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