||ADAT into Reaktor (as a plugin within Cubase 9.5)
| br>I've been trying to find a more streamlined and easier way of routing my Expert sleepers ES3 and ES6 via ADAT (through a MOTU Traveler) in to Reaktor as a plugin within Cubase 9.5 on a Windows PC.
The only source i can find is this one from 2010. It uses Silent Way which I don't use or need and mentions you have to setup a 5.1 group to get Reaktor to recognise the ins/outs.
expert Sleepers silent Way
It's painful to watch and is cumbersome to get it all working. Nevertheless, it does work but seems strange Native Instruments or Cubase has not provided a more up to date method. Surely there must be an easier way 9 years on.
Has anybody else come up with a better way? br> br>
| br>A better way? How about not using Cubase? Using my ES-3 & expanders was more important that what DAW I was using, so I decided to dump Cubase in favor of something else. I almost went to Ableton, but thankfully Reason made VST’s available, and the Silent Way plugins work FANTASTIC in that freely routable environment.
So... what exactly are you trying to do? I’m fairly certain you will only get, at best, 4 inputs to Reaktor because Cubase is rather limiting on how you can route audio to VST inputs. br> br>
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