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Posted on: June 16, 2019 @ 12:46 AM
johpat
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Hello, I have connected my moxf8 to cubase elements 10. Midi recording is successful but I cannot convert my midi track to an audio file track. Nothing is being recorded. Does anyone know how to do that and what the correct settings of my moxf and my cubase elements 10 are? Greetings Johnny

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Posted on: June 16, 2019 @ 04:29 AM
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Hi johpat,

How have you connected your MOXF to Cubase Elements 10?  Via USB, 5 pin MIDI, or via an audio interface?

You’ve seen that nothing has been recorded, but please could you talk us through what you’ve already tried?

Having just the correct settings doesn’t mean that you ‘should’ be able to record your MIDI as audio because it’s a mindset and somewhat of an artform as well.

It’s difficult to fully answer your question until we find out where you’re at.

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Posted on: June 16, 2019 @ 06:01 AM
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Hello Mister Philwoodmusic,

I have connected my moxf 8 via the usb cable (to host to USB from my laptop.)

I have imported an audio file as a guide.
In addition, I have recorded a midi track.
My midi track has “all midi” as input and “Moxf6 / moxf8-1” as output
recording was successful.

I’ve tried:
make a mixdown and set the midi track to “solo”.
“pool and audio track and real-time export” checked.
It does create an audio track but no audio.

Created an audio track. put the miditrack (in “all midi” output moxf8) on solo and attempted to record this way.
(audio track in various ways switch input moxf8 output stereo out, or else) to no avail.

if you want to no other things i hear from you.

johnny

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Posted on: June 16, 2019 @ 08:58 PM
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Try creating a stereo audio track in Cubase and set its input to MOXF USB 3 and 4.

The audio from the MOXF synth engine defaults to outputs 3 and 4 (and not 1 and 2 like you’d expect) and the track you created is very likely set to 1 and 2, so that’s why you might be experiencing nothing recording.

That’s where I’d start.

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Posted on: June 18, 2019 @ 11:49 PM
johpat
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Ok i shall do that.

Thank you.

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Posted on: June 20, 2019 @ 02:10 AM
johpat
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philwoodmusic - 16 June 2019 08:58 PM

Try creating a stereo audio track in Cubase and set it’s input to MOXF USB 3 and 4.

The audio from the MOXF synth engine defaults to outputs 3 and 4 (and not 1 and 2 like you’d expect) and the track you created is very likely set to 1 and 2, so that’s why you might be experiencing nothing recording.

That’s where I’d start.

Hello mister Philwoodmusic, it works.

Thank you so much

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Posted on: June 20, 2019 @ 04:16 AM
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You’re welcome.

For your info, MOXF USB track inputs 1 and 2 do have a use.  They default to the A/D inputs on the rear of your MOXF (for mics and guitars etc).

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