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    Using VST-FX via Cubase

    Hi there,

    would anyone who knows how to would be so kind to describe exactly how to route the GS-signal to Cubase so that I can apply any VST-FX on it?
    I don\'t want to record the signal but apply the FX directly (e.g. WarpVST on guitarsamples).
    I#ve never done anything like that before, so it would be very nice, if anyone could describe the neccessary steps as exactly as possible (both for GS, hardware-routing and Cubase).

    Thanks alot in advance
    Roede

    P.S. I own a ST-Audio C-Port Audiocard (Hoontech), Cubase VST 32r5 and GS 2.5 (OS Win98SE)

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    Re: Using VST-FX via Cubase

    I\'d be interested in hearing about this, too. I have an Echo Gina 20 and don\'t even know if it\'s possible with this card. That\'d be a great hurdle to get over, indeed.

    Regards,
    Scott

    <BLOCKQUOTE><font size=\"1\" face=\"Verdana, Arial\">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by RoedeBaer:
    Hi there,

    would anyone who knows how to would be so kind to describe exactly how to route the GS-signal to Cubase so that I can apply any VST-FX on it?
    I don\'t want to record the signal but apply the FX directly (e.g. WarpVST on guitarsamples).
    I#ve never done anything like that before, so it would be very nice, if anyone could describe the neccessary steps as exactly as possible (both for GS, hardware-routing and Cubase).

    Thanks alot in advance
    Roede

    P.S. I own a ST-Audio C-Port Audiocard (Hoontech), Cubase VST 32r5 and GS 2.5 (OS Win98SE)
    <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>


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