Everything I can find about using GPO with Cubase (or any other program, for that matter) only addresses using them with a MIDI instument. I'm a guitarist, and only a fair one at that; my keyboard skills aren't 2% of my meager composing skills. I just use a notation program and let the computer do the work, but I'd like to export some of my work as wav files.
How on earth do I do this? I'm starting to lose my mind over trying to figure this out. It doesn't help that Cubase LE's manual is written by rocket scientists, for rocket scientists. If it matters, and I don't think it does, but it might, the notation program is NoteWorthy Composer. It's cheap, but effective and extremely user friendly.
Can someone please just point me in the right direction?
I don't know what that means. The only way that I know how to use GPO sounds with NoteWorthy is to turn on GPO Studio and NoteWorthy at the same time.
I'm a total loss. I've gotten so ocnfused, trying so many different things in the last couple of months- GPO, GPO STudio, Cubasis, Cubase LE, NoteWorthy Composer, N-track Studio, etc - and having no luck with any of them (other than playback thru NWC with GPO) that I can't even remember what I'm confused about.
I'm going to hire a tutor. Thanks anyway, guys; I really do appreciate the effort.