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Old 07-28-2002, 04:49 PM
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Default How do i configure the 001 audio ports for cubase?

Im in the ASIO multimedia set-up advanced options for cubase vst32 and the only input ports showing up is channel 1-2. I would like to be able to program midi and listen to more than one synth at a time... tell me this is possible without having to break out my old mackie mixer. I was always under the impression that with the 001, i wouldnt need to use a mixer to network a couple synths into my sound card.

So long story short... how do I add the digi 001 input ports into Cubase VST/32?

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